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Old 10-02-2007, 07:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb Whats on your mp3 player, Ipod, or CD player?

I own all three but I only really listen to my mp3 player right now....

whats on yours???

your can say how many songs, how many artists, you can list them..... I am going to...

In no order just were I left off.

1.4 in the morning-gwenn stefani
2.invisable-Ashlee simpson
3.beautiful girls-sean kingston
4.the best thing-relient k
5.big girls don't cry-fergie
6.bones-the killers
7.bubbly-colbie caillat
8.cupids chokehold- Gym class heros
9.Precious-depeche mode
10.first time-life house
12.the great escape-boys like girls
13.hey sexy lady-shaggy
14.hey there delilah-plain white-t's
15.home-three days grace
16.i hate everything about you-three days grace
17.icky thump-white stripes
18.follow me-jamie lynn spears
19.just like you-htree days grace
20.le disko-shiny toy guns
21.let it all out-relient k
22.LND-lilly allen
23.smile-lilly allen
24.makes me wonder-maroon 5
25.me love-sean kingston
26.me so horny-live 2 crew
27.mr.brightside-the killers
28.paralzer-finger eleven
29.pictures of you-the last goodbye
30.wasted time-puddle of mudd
32.shut up and drive-rihanna
33.buy u a drank-T pain
34.bartender- T pain
35.this is halloween- marilyn manson
36.time after time-quiet drive
37.u and ur hand-pink
38.wait for you-elliot yamin
39.wated time-fuel
40.when we die-bowling for soup
41.when you were young-the killers
42.when your gone-avril lavigne
43.who knew-pink

*please make a note that I have to add over 200 songs more to this list but I erased all of them by accident.....so i just added the ones I had on my computer...I have to get onto my other computer but for now this is all I have....

***oh I almost forgot..... you can rate it too***
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Old 10-02-2007, 09:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 10-02-2007, 09:08 AM   #3 (permalink)
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vegoose and funfunfun festival warm up - most all the discography for all the following artists

blonde redhead
daft punk
explosions in the sky
ghostland observatory
infected mushroom
of montreal
okkervil river
queens of the stone age
rage against the machine
the shins
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Old 10-02-2007, 09:31 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Hmm, got just shy of 3000 songs on my iPod. Equates to roughly 190-200 albums, and then about 100 seperate songs from TV shows and what not.

Too much stuff to list by album or song, but some of it includes discographies for the following bands:

The New Pornographers
The Shins
Shout Out Louds
Tegan and Sara
Belle and Sebastian
The National

Stuff from those 6 bands is pretty much what I'm always listening to (of late anyway).
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Old 10-02-2007, 11:56 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Today I listened to the tail end of BLUE OYSTER CULT-AGENT OF FORTUNE and then on my way back home from work the delights of CCS caressing my ears.

“A cynic by experience, a romantic by inclination and now a hero by necessity.”
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Old 10-02-2007, 11:59 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I have mostly my 80's/alternative/new wave collection on my mp3 player, here's the artists, way too many songs to list

Adam Ant
Any Trouble
Aztec Camera
Big Audio Dynamite
Big Country
Bob Mould
Bryan Ferry
Camper Van Beethoven
Cheap Trick
Concrete Blonde
Crowded House
Cyndi Lauper
Dave Edmunds
David Bowie
Depeche Mode
Echo & The Bunnymen
English Beat
Flesh For Lulu
General Public
Graham Parker
Guadalcanal Diary
Haircut 100
Happy Mondays
House of Love
Howard Jones
Husker Du
Iggy Pop
Information Society
Jesus Jones
Joy Division
Kirsty maccoll
Living Colour
lou reed
Marshall Crenshaw
Martin Gore
Midnight Oil
Mission UK
Ned's Atomic Dustbin
New Order
Oingo Boingo
Paul Simon
Peter gabriel
Peter Godwin
Peter murphy
Psychedelic Furs
Rave ups
Roxy Music
Sinead O Connor
SIngle gun theory
Siouxsie & the banshees
Soup Dragons
Split Enz
T. Rex
Tears For Fears
The Beat(paul colilns)
The Bluebells
The Call
The Charlatans UK
THe Chills
The clash
The cult
The fixx
the go betweens
the housemartins
the jam
the klf
the lucy show
the payolas
the pogues
the police
the sisters of mercy
the smithereens
the smiths
the stone roses
the waterboys
the wonderstuff
thomas dolby
til teusday
time zone
velvet underground
Playing classic alternative, new wave, punk, etc, taking requests all day
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Old 10-02-2007, 06:37 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I think I have most genres covered, with the exception of gamer music.

The list would be too long to type.
"it is only through a limitless accumulation of the imperfect that a certain type of perfection can be attained"
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Old 10-06-2007, 08:33 AM   #8 (permalink)
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a day in black and white
a silver mt. zion
a tribe called quest
amanda woodward
american football
the beach boys
behead the prophet, no lord shall live
bells on trike
biz markie
bright eyes
cap'n jazz
circle takes the square
the corta vita
de la soul
the death of anna karina
devendra banhart
the doors
enter shikari
et tu brute
explosions in the sky
the fall of troy
followed by 37 seconds of happiness
geto boys
hot cross
i spoke
i, robot
ice cube
index for potential suicide
johnny cash
the khayembii communique
kiss kiss
kodan armada
la quiete
the lady is not for burning
little brother
loma prieta
love like, electrocution
mac dre
manu chao
maps & atlases
men as trees
mesa verde
my heart to joy at the same tone
neil perry
new york dolls
noisy sins of the insect
oh no
peter bjorn and john
republic of freedom fighters
the saddest landscape
the sea, the sea
snoop dogg
the spirit of versailles
stevie wonder
the stooges
suis la lune
talib kweli
tapes 'n tapes
tera melos
thank-you for astronauts
thelonious monk
toru okada
westside connection
wu-tang clan
yaphet kotto
the zombies

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Old 10-29-2007, 06:59 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Against Me!
Avenged Sevenfold
Bob Dylan
Cobra Starship
Elliot Smith
Fall out Boy (I know...but I love them)
George Harrison
John Lennon
Joy Division
KT Tunstall
Lily Allen
Linkin Park
Maroon 5
Mat Kearney
My Chemical Romance (Yes again get over.)
Panic! At the Disco
Paul McCartney
Ringo Star
Say Anything
Taking Back Sunday
The Beatles
The Misfits
The Smiths
The White Stripes
This World Fair

And now you know my ****ty taste in music...
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Old 10-29-2007, 08:05 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Well, I still haven't gotten around to re-loading everything from when my computer crashed in... like... June. In fact I've only got about 350 or so songs on there. But here's what I've gotten so far:

Andreyka- Silence is So Accurate (EP)
Atari Teenage Riot- Greatest Hits 1992-2000
The Beatles- 1
Bela Fleck and the Flecktones- Greatest Hits of the 20th century
Born Again Floozies- Novelties, Addenda, and Ephemera (EP)
Catch 22- Keasbey Nights
Devo- Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!
Dragonforce- Inhuman Rampage
Dropkick Murphys- Live on St. Patrick's Day
Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band- Swingin' for the Fences
Some album with a couple Beethoven symphonies; the title's in German
The soundtrack from The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Mad Caddies- Live from Toronto (Songs in the key of Eh)
Mountain Goats- Tallahassee
The Pogues- Peace and Love, and The Very Best of
The Rolling Stones- Jump Back
Rufus Wainwright- Want One
Plus assorted other singles and individual songs.
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