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Old 11-05-2010, 03:35 PM   #5101 (permalink)
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709/1000

As this number is larger, you have a more eclectic musical preference. People with scores over 700 have bragging rights. People whose score is below 400 should consider more musical styles!

The following are the artists with the most occurences in your list

* Squarepusher (8)
* Aphex Twin (7)
* µ-Ziq (6)
* The Tuss (6)
* Hella (6)
* AFX (6)
* Autechre (6)
* Chris Clark (5)
* Zs (5)
* Deerhunter (5)
* Tyondai Braxton (5)
* Tera Melos (5)
* Polygon Window (5)
* Venetian Snares (5)
* Bygones (5)
* Animal Collective (4)
* Upsilon Acrux (4)
* Time of Orchids (4)
* Don Caballero (4)
* Ahleuchatistas (4)

hm. I don't even listen to Deerhunter, nor do I have the interest to.
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Old 11-05-2010, 03:40 PM   #5102 (permalink)
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614/1000

As this number is larger, you have a more eclectic musical preference. People with scores over 700 have bragging rights. People whose score is below 400 should consider more musical styles!

The following are the artists with the most occurences in your list
Arctic Monkeys (9)
Green Day (8)
Kasabian (8)
Franz Ferdinand (7)
The Strokes (7)
The Last Shadow Puppets (7)
Klaxons (7)
Papa Roach (6)
Three Days Grace (6)

Sum 41 (6)
Jack's Mannequin (6)
Bullet for My Valentine (6)
The Starting Line (6)
Kaiser Chiefs (6)
The Killers (6)

Billy Talent (6)
Motion City Soundtrack (6)
Zebrahead (5)
Good Charlotte (5)
Kings of Leon (5)


Wtf

I've listened to those artist maybe once or twice. I don't understand how they factor into my eclecticity score.
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Old 11-05-2010, 03:41 PM   #5103 (permalink)
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dankrsta's eclectic score is 94/100

dankrsta's super-eclectic score is 717/1000

The following are the artists with the most occurences in your list

* This Heat (10)
* Throbbing Gristle (9)
* Psychic TV (9)
* Sun City Girls (7)
* Coil (7)
* The Dead C (6)
* Chrome (6)
* Nurse With Wound (6)
* SPK (6)
* The Red Krayola (6)
* Pere Ubu (5)
* The Legendary Pink Dots (5)
* Faust (5)
* Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 (5)
* The Pop Group (4)
* Henry Cow (4)
* Swans (4)
* Boredoms (4)
* Death in June (4)
* The Ex (4)
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Old 11-05-2010, 03:42 PM   #5104 (permalink)
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Wtf

I've listened to those artist maybe once or twice. I don't understand how they factor into my eclecticity score.
I think it factors in the artists which are in the recommended artists for each of your top 20. I'm guessing that those were just the artists recommended the most by the most of your top 20 bands.

EDIT - Addendum:

My list has Widespread Panic on it, and I really don't even like WSP - I don't even have them in my library. They've just been recommended by my top bands, I believe.
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Old 11-05-2010, 03:45 PM   #5105 (permalink)
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I think we should stop the eclectic score/super-eclectic score discussion before people actually begin to think such a number even matters.
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Old 11-05-2010, 03:49 PM   #5106 (permalink)
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Too high eclectic score can also mean that you listen to 'everything' a bit, but don't delve anywhere too deeply. So, it's all really relative.
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Old 11-05-2010, 03:51 PM   #5107 (permalink)
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I think we should stop the eclectic score/super-eclectic score discussion before people actually begin to think such a number even matters.
relax brah, it's nothing but a wee bit o' fun.
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Old 11-05-2010, 04:38 PM   #5108 (permalink)
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eclectic - 87
super eclectic - 754
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:01 PM   #5109 (permalink)
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What a week!

Townes Van Zandt (147 plays)

It's official. Townes is my favorite performer. And I'll stand on Bob Dylan's coffee table and say that! his music is haunting and beautiful. Strong folk and blues influenced outlaw country. He actually makes me proud to live in Houston.



really touching moment at 1:25

Lightnin' Hopkins (39 plays)

A Texas blues legend. His lyrics often are dark and humorous.



Tom Waits (36 plays)

Listened to Bone Machine and played Dirt in the Ground about a billion times.

Bob Dylan (25 plays)

Played some of Highway 61, John Wesley Harding, and Nashville Skyline.

Nick Drake (19 plays)

Played some tracks off of Byrter Layter.

Punch (16 plays)

Played the self titled. If you haven't heard that album yet, it's a modern-day hardcore/thrash classic.

Notorious B.I.G. (14 plays)

Played some stuff from Ready to Die and Life After Death.

Blind Lemon Jefferson (13 plays)

Played the singles anthology. Pre-war blues if often overshadowed by the legendary Robert Johnson, but Blind Lemon J was actually a big influence on him. Some great stuff.

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Old 11-06-2010, 12:47 PM   #5110 (permalink)
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I think we should stop the eclectic score/super-eclectic score discussion before people actually begin to think such a number even matters.
But those people are stupid
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