I've been a fan of sixties music my entire life, but The Kinks have contunually flown under my radar until a few years ago. Of course, I knew songs like "You Really Got Me" and "Lola", but I never had any of their albums. Then when I started exploring their work, I found that most of their albums needed repeated listenings before their charm began to grow on me. Nearly all the albums that I own of theirs and love are albums that were nothing special to me when I first heard them (in some cases, I sold them and rebought them years later when I decided to give them another try). Recently, I've been in a Kinks mood and have been expanding my CD collection with their work. Currently, the albums that I have are Face To Face, Something Else, Village Green Presevation Society, Arthur, Lola vs. Powerman & The Moneygoround and Muswell Hillbillies. These are all great albums. Anyone else have anything they want to say about The Kinks? Or about a group or album that took a few listens before you started to love it? By the way, part of my newfound appreciation comes from a fantastic documentary that I saw recently about Ray Davies, the title of which I can not remember.