Sunday, July 03, 2005

Most played in 2005

I'm fascinated by the iPod's "Top 25 Most Played" feature. I love checking this out from time to time. I'm very surprised as to what I've been listening to in 2005, and I wonder how much this list will change come the end of the year.

So here are the Top 25 Most Played songs on my iPod (since the beginning of the year):

  1. The Bravery - Tyrant
  2. Interpol - C'mere
  3. Bloc Party - Helicopter
  4. The Killers - Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
  5. Hard-Fi - Hard To Beat
  6. Editors - Munich
  7. The Killers - Smile Like You Mean It
  8. Every Move a Picture - Signs of Life
  9. Bloc Party - Like Eating Glass
  10. Ladytron - Playgirl
  11. Interpol - NARC
  12. Bloc Party - Price of Gasoline
  13. The Dandy Warhols - Not If You Were the Last Junkie on Earth
  14. Interpol - Obstacle 1 (Arthur Baker Return To New York Mix)
  15. Bloc Party - Always New Depths
  16. Oasis - Turn Up the Sun
  17. Prosaics - Teeth
  18. Catatonia - Road Rage
  19. Moving Units - Between Us and Them
  20. Bloc Party - This is Not a Competition
  21. Catatonia - Road Rage
  22. The Bravery - Out of Line
  23. Groove Armada - Easy
  24. Slowdive - Morningrise
  25. The Madison Strays - Last Train

Man, I've been listening to a lot of Bloc Party. (I swear this counter thing doesn't work - I can't have listened to some of these songs that much.)


Blogger Brandon said...

Just to kill some time before going out in a little bit, here's mine:

1. Stop me if you think you've heard this one before--The Smiths
2. Hundred mile high city--Ocean Colour Scene
3. Love Spreads--The Stone Roses
4. Sister Surround--The Soundtrack of Our Lives
5. Johnny Feelgood--Liz Phair
6. I'm not like everybody else--The Kinks
7. Blue Monday--New Order
8. Tessie--The Dropkick Murphys (Red Sox theme song)
9. Autumn Sweater--Yo la tengo
10. Oh my god--Kaiser Chiefs
11. Go let it out--Oasis
12. Pretty girls make graves--The Smiths
13. 37 hours--Kristen Hersh
14. Sister I'm a poet--Morrissey
15. Teen Angst--Cracker
16. Me and my woman--Roy Harper
17. Everything must go--Manic street preachers
18. Hey Dude--Kula Shaker
19. Setting Sun--Chemical Brothers
20. Club Foot--Kasabian
21. Here and Now--Letters to cleo
22. Volcano Girls--Veruca Salt
23. I spy--Pulp
24. From black to blue--Yo la tengo
25. Parklife--Blur

Yeah, so these are by no means my top 25 favorite songs, but for one reason or another, I've listened to them a lot. The first song has 84 listens. seeing as I have over 5,000 songs in my Ipod, which is one of the 40 gig pieces of crap--mine's broken four times already--I need more variety in my life.

7:00 PM  
Blogger Christopher said...

Well, that's a nice combination of Britpop and mid-90's alt rock. Nice call on "Hey Dude" - I just re-discovered that while listening to XFM London. I swear the iPod counter thing doesn't work though.

And who doesn't like a Smiths' song from Strangeways.

11:43 AM  

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