"Nothin’ in the World Can Stop me Worryin’ ‘bout that Girl" This is classic Kinks! It's also probably the most well known song on the album these days because of its use in Rushmore. I'm not familiar with that Wim Wenders film, but I will have to check it out. The Rushmore soundtrack made good use of many great songs. I believe in future films he also used a couple other Kinks songs to great effect. Rushmore remains my favorite Wes Anderson film and that soundtrack is all excellent! I love most Kinks songs in this style with the soft brushes of the drum against a nice little fingerpicking guitar lick and Ray in his soft and gentle voice. "Naggin Woman" This is one of the stumbles on the album for me. It doesn't seem to fit and pulls me out of the flow. This moves backwards to the quality of the covers on the first album. It's not horrible by any means, but it's not a song I ever reach for. I'm not crazy about Dave's vocal or the ordinary blues style. My least favorite song on the record.