The Panic List: What Would You Listen To If You Were Going To Lose Your Hearing? (AUDIO)

Yesterday, we featured an interview with the filmmaker of "Lost and Sound," a new documentary that explores how deaf people experience music after losing their hearing. It follows three subjects who each found inroads into music, despite the seemingly unmoving roadblock. Lindsey Dryden, director of the film and obsessive music listener, asked visitors on her website to name three songs they would spin if they only had a few minutes of ordinary hearing left, dubbing it "The Panic List." Now, we at HuffPost Culture are asking you, dear readers, for your "panic lists." We've put the question to our followers on Facebook and Twitter, but we'd like to hear from any/all of you and keep the list growing. Thus far, the answers have ranged from the final trio in "Der Rosenkavalier" to Iron Butterfly's "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beethoven, Radiohead and Bon Iver have all made multiple appearances. What are your songs of choice? Let us know in the comments, or tweet at us @HuffPostCulture. Also be sure to wander over to the "Lost and Sound" site, where you can add your "Panic List" choices to the main source.

Listen, in no particular order, to the answers we've received so far, and check out the full Panic Tracklist below the playlist. To skip to another song in the playlist, click the 'next' button next to the 'play' button, or click on the 'play' button in a square to view the entire playlist:

1. Vivaldi's Four Seasons 2. Jeff Buckley, "Hallelujah" 3. Marvin Gaye, "Fly Me to the Moon" 4. Jamiroquai, "Picture of My Life" 5. Claude Debussy, "Clair de Lune" 6. Temple of the Dog, "Say Hello 2 Heaven" 7. "Der Rosenkavalier," The Final Trio 8. Richard Wagner, "Ride of the Valkyries" 9. The Flaming Lips, "Do You Realize?" 10. Snow Patrol, "If There's A Rocket Tie Me to It" 11. Iron Butterfly, "In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida" 12. Bon Iver, "Blood Bank" 13. Garth Brooks, "That Girl Is a Cowboy" 14. Train, "Drops of Jupiter" 15. Frank Mills, "Music Box Dancer" 16. The Beatles, "In My Life" 17. The Rolling Stones, "That's How Strong My Love Is" 18. Elvis Presley, "Can't Help Falling In Love" 19. U2, "With or Without You" 20. Neko Case, "Animal" 21. Au Revoir Simone, "The Lucky One" 22. Cat Power, "The Greatest" 23. Bon Iver, "For Emma" 24. The Postal Service, "We Will Become Silhouettes" 25. Bob Marley, "Redemption Song" 26. Explosions in the Sky, "Your Hand in Mine" 27. Peter Gabriel, "The Book of Love" 28. Ludwig van Beethoven, "Symphony No. 9" Finale 29. The Beatles, "Here Comes the Sun" 30. The Rolling Stones, "Gimme Shelter" 31. Pink, "Perfect" 32. The Beatles, "Get Back" 33. Kingdom Hearts II (video game), "Lazy Afternoons" 34. Queen, "Under Pressure" 35. The Beatles, "Strawberry Fields Forever" 36. Radiohead, "Pyramid Song" 37. Pink Floyd, "The Great Gig in the Sky" 38. Guns N' Roses, "Sweet Child O' Mine" 39. Def Leppard, "Hysteria" 40. Metallica, "One" 41. The Grateful Dead, "Dark Star" 42. moe., "Meat" 43. Bright Eyes, "From a Balance Beam" 44. Rufus Wainwright, "Across the Universe" 45. Discovery, "So Insane" 46. Beethoven, "Ode to Joy" 47. Regina Spektor, "Eet" 48. Dinah Washington, "Look to the Rainbow" 49. Sam Cooke, "I'm Almost in Your Arms" 50. Minnie Ripperton, "Loving You" 51. Starship, "We Built This City" 52. Richard Harris, "MacArthur Park" 53. Bon Iver, "Skinny Love" 54. Lauryn Hill, "Everything Is Everything" 55. Radiohead, "Paranoid Android" 56. Pearl Jam, "Just Breathe" 57. Katie Costello, "Stranger" 58. Nina Simone, "Here Comes the Sun" 59. King Tubby, "Badness Dub" 60. Angus and Julia Stone, "Just a Boy" 61. The Cure, "Lovesong" 62. Ella Fitzgerald, "Reach for Tomorrow" 63. The Benny Goodman Band, "Sing Sing Sing," featuring Gene Krupa and Harry James 64. Stevie Ray Vaughn, "Little Wing" 65. Dinosaur Jr., "Start Choppin'" 66. Britney Spears, "Toy Soldier" 67. Beethoven, "Moonlight Sonata" 68. Manfred Mann, "Blinded by the Light" 69. Mozart, "Sonata for Two Pianos K. 448" 70. Michael Jackson, "They Don't Care About Us" 71. Patti Smith, "Because the Night" 72. Rick Springfield, "Jessie's Girl" 73. Glenn Gould, "Goldberg Variations" 74. Queen, "Bohemian Rhapsody" 75. Yiruma, "River Flows in You" 76. Ricky Martin, "Lo Mejor de Mi Vida Eres Tu" 77. The Beatles, "Blackbird" 78. Fleetwood Mac, "Landslide" 79. Samuel Barber, "Adagio for Strings" 80. Damien Rice, "Grey Room" 81. Fleet Foxes, "Helplessness Blues" 82. The Head and the Heart, "Lost in My Mind" 83. Simon and Garfunkel, "Sound of Silence" 84. Damien Rice, "The Blower's Daughter" 85. Bryan Ferry, "Slave to Love" 86. Dave Matthews Band, "Crush" 87. The Cure, "Just Like Heaven" 88. The Temper Trap, "Sweet Disposition" 89. Tears for Fears, "Memories Fade" 90. Van Morrison, "Into the Mystic" 91. Patti LaBelle, "You Are My Friend" 92. Moby, "I'm Not Worried At All" 93. Corinne Bailey Rae, "Little Wing" 94. Sade, "It's Only Love That Gets You Through" 95. Carmina Burana, "O Fortuna" 96. Il Divo, "Falling Slowly" 97. Mina, "La Voce Del Silenzio" 98. Bob Dylan, "Like a Rolling Stone" 99. Tchaikovsky, "1812 Overture" 100. Al Martino, "Blue Spanish Eyes" 101. The Doors, "The End" 102. Beethoven, Symphony No. 7 103. Spirit, "I Got a Line on You" 104. Bob Dylan, "Tangled Up in Blue" 105. Jeff Beck, "Cause We've Ended As Lovers" 106. The Ramones, "I Wanna Be Sedated" 107. John Cage, "4′33"" 108. D'Angelo, "Untitled" 109. Bob Marley, "Three Little Birds" 110. Loggins and Messina, "Danny's Song" 111. Tchaikovsky, "Nutcracker Suite" 112. Led Zeppelin, "Stairway to Heaven" 113. Derek and the Dominos, "Layla" 114. John Lennon, "Imagine" 115. William Control, "Kiss Me Judas"

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