Pulling Rank is a weekly column in which Kelly Stitzel ranks a variety of pop culture-related things with little to no commentary, but sometimes with audio or visual accompaniment. There’s no scientific method to the rankings — these are just Kelly’s opinions. You’ll probably disagree with her — just don’t be a dick about it.

Tori Amos’s Little Earthquakes celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. An entire album’s worth of songs — originals and covers — were released as B-sides to various singles. And now I shall rank them in order of best to worst (although, they’re all pretty great).

1. “Upside Down”

2. “Here. In My Head”

3. “Flying Dutchman”

4. “Sugar”

5. “Smells Like Teen Spirit”

6. “Take to the Sky”

7. “Thank You”
8. “Sweet Dreams”
9. “Angie”
10. “Song for Eric”

11. “Mary”

12. “Ode to the Banana King (Part One)”
13. “Thoughts
14. “Humpty Dumpty”
15. “The Pool”