"Ecstasy of Gold" from The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Drive-in movies may still exist, but they are nowhere near as booming as they were back in "the good ole' days." But they should be, because there's actually a lot of things you can do at a drive-in movie, that you can't do at a regular movie theater.
Whether you are going abroad to study, work, or settle down permanently, things are going to be...different from what you are used to. It doesn't matter where you originate from, or how open-minded you may be, there's going to be plenty of times you will be homesick, and there will be plenty of things about the new culture that you think you will never understand. I found all of this out the hard way when I lived in the UK for a semester abroad. I had dreamed of visiting England for years. Don't get me wrong, it was a wonderful experience and I would love to go back someday. But...there were so many things missing from home that I had taken for granted, and missed.
Death Note was my first anime, and still the one that has me thinking the most long after viewing it. Sure, it may be considered "entry level" to some of the more proficient anime fans, but I think that's one of the things that makes it awesome. Because you don't really need an understanding of anime or anime tropes to "get" it. Plus, it's full of twists, turns, and awesome characters. To me, that's a pretty solid TV show--anime or not.
I mentioned in a review I did of Pink Moon by Nick Drake that every musician seems to have an album where they are presented at their most vulnerable--where we see a genuine look at the pains they are going through. Most Bowie fans would pinpoint his 1977 album Low as this album for him. Personally, I would beg to differ. Low is definitely a great album with stellar experimentation and isolation is a huge feeling one gets throughout the record.
If you know me, you know I have absolutely nothing but respect and admiration for Peter Gabriel. Not only is he a talented musician and songwriter, but he is one of the nicest guys alive, super humble, an all around class act. He's all the positive traits one could love in a person accumulated all into one body and one mind.