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Anybody else have a Top favorite songs playlist on their iPod?

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Initial post: Dec 6, 2011 11:33:44 AM PST
JCRB says:
I know they have this in the Rock forum, but I thought I'd start one here. I figured if I saw a list with songs I like and recognize, I could check out the other ones I don't yet know. I'm talking Top 5, 25 or just #1 favorite songs even..

So here is my top 25, in alphabetical order. I've been told its sort of an "eclectic" list, I'm 25 years old btw. I actually have a lot more Beatles in my actual playlist, but I just thought it would get repetitive.

1. Aesop Rock - No Regrets
2. The Beatles - Within You Without You/Tomorrow Never Knows (the LOVE album)
3. The Beatles - I'm Only Sleeping
4. Beirut - Forks and Knives
5. Broken Social Scene - Shampoo Suicide
6. Deftones - Be Quiet and Drive
7. Felix Da Housecat - Ready 2 Wear
8. George Harrison - Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp
9. Ice Cube - It Was a Good Day
10. Interpol - Not Even Jail
11. J Dilla - Won't Do
12. Jimi Hendrix - Red House
13. John Lennon - Well Well Well
14. John Lennon - Yer Blues (Rolling Stones Rock'n'Roll Circus version)
15. The Nightmare Before Christmas Soundtrack - Jack's Lament
16. Led Zeppelin - When the Levee Breaks
17. Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
18. Mozart - Serenade for 13 Wind Instruments
19. Nat King Cole - Nature Boy
20. Paul Oakenfold - Point Zero
21. Radiohead - Everything In It's Right Place
22. Sam Cooke - A Change Is Gonna Come
23. The Strokes - The Modern Age
24. Underworld - To Heal
25. Vince Guaraldi - Christmas Time is Here (Instrumental)

Whats yours?

Posted on Dec 6, 2011 12:43:05 PM PST
Chris Kaiser says:
What's an iPod?

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 6, 2011 7:27:22 PM PST
I think it has something to do with body snatchers.

Posted on Dec 6, 2011 8:01:35 PM PST
No iPods for me either...I'm an old-school CD and vinyl collector.

Posted on Dec 7, 2011 6:26:15 AM PST
Chazzzbo says:

I have one that I call my random mix - it has over 200 songs in it. Everything from Sinatra and other 50's pop all the way to jazz, metal faves and remixes. Just stuff that I know I'm gonna enjoy every song that pops up (I usually listen to it in shuffle mode). I'll change it up from time to time, but usually end up adding more than removing.

Posted on Dec 7, 2011 6:39:14 AM PST
TC says:
Ipod is the greatest thing ever created for a music lover.

Posted on Dec 7, 2011 7:42:49 AM PST
I have a favorite Windows Media Player playlist but it has 10,000 tracks so it would be a little difficult to reproduce here.

Posted on Dec 7, 2011 4:48:56 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 7, 2011 4:51:38 PM PST
Working Man says:
iTunes DJ is the greatest personal radio station of all time. Load all my music on my computer, create various playlists, and use iTunes DJ to either randomly play your entire music catalogue, your selected playlist or music by genre. Hook up some decent speakers and you're ready to go.

If you don't want an iPod for mobility, then just use iTunes. It's free. I am no youngster (52) and love my iPod, computer, CDs and vinyl for my music. Been crazy my whole life.

Posted on Dec 7, 2011 5:13:24 PM PST
S. Stalcup says:
Since others seems to be taking the mickey, here's my top 25 (minus soundbites that get ranked in there) according to frequent plays:
1. Tomorrow's Just Your Future Yesterday (Late Late Show Theme (Full Length): Craig Ferguson; 2. Geraldine: Glasvegas; 3. I'm Too Sexy: Right Said Fred; 4. Can't Stand the Midwest: Dow Jones and the Industrials; 5. Poker Face: Christopher Walken vs. Lady Gaga (mashup); 6. PBBB! You Was Gone: Buck Owens and Buddy Alan; 7. Dee Doo Doo Doo Dee Da Da Da 1986: The Police; 8. Famous Blue Raincoat: Leonard Cohen; 9. My Hips Don't Lie: Shakira and "Danzig" (parody); 10. Can't Stand the Midwest (LIVE): Zero Boys; 11. Pay to C**: Bad Brains; 12. Can't Stand Up (For Falling Down): Elvis Costello and the Attractions; 13.Trololo: Edward KHil; 14. Electric Avenue Parody: Lenny Henry; 15. No Reason to Complain: The Alarm Clocks (Thank you, Patton Oswalt!); 16. The Grouch: Green Day; 17. The Irish Rover: The Dubliners and The Pogues; 18. Mr. Ugly Man: Marlon Wayans; 19. Imposter: Jim Carrey; 20. Fat Bottomed Girls: QUEEN; 21: Gay Bar: Electric Six

Blimey I'm a weird one.

Posted on Dec 7, 2011 6:56:39 PM PST
According to (the number at the end is times played):

1 Funkadelic - Can You Get to That 145
2 311 - Hey you 124
2 Santigold - Lights Out 124
4 2 Skinnee J's - Deal of the Century 118
5 Funkadelic - You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure 109
6 Talking Heads - Once in a Lifetime 107
7 El-P - Tasmanian Pain Coaster 100
8 Men Without Hats - The Safety Dance 98
9 Funkadelic - Let's Take It to the People 96
10 Janelle Monáe - Wondaland 95
11 Beth Hart - Monkey Back 91
11 Phish - Sugar Shack 91
13 Blind Melon - Change 90
13 Die Antwoord - Wat Pomp 90
15 Velvet Revolver - Fall To Pieces 87
15 The Black Crowes - Good Morning Captain 87
17 Foo Fighters - White Limo 86
18 Foo Fighters - Let It Die 84
19 311 - I Like The Way 83
20 Van Halen - Unchained 82
20 John Brown's Body - What We Gonna Do? 82
22 Foo Fighters - Everlong 81
22 Gnarls Barkley - Surprise 81
24 311 - Speak Easy 80

Posted on Dec 7, 2011 7:36:12 PM PST
Working Man says:
First, I have to qualify that I am on my third iPod upgrade and have had a few computers so the list is more indicative of recent activity and not since I first had an iPod or began using a computer for music. It was also kind of surprising.

1. Forever Young - Audra Mae
2. Mr. Midnight (live) - Paul Rodgers
3. One Last Soul - Black Country Communion
4. Song for Those Who Fell (single) - Robin Trower
5.. The Playful Heart (single) - Robin Trower
6. Caravan (single) - Rush
7. The Great Divide - Black Country Communion
8. Anya - Deep Purple
9. Nuthin; I Wouldn't Do - Joe Bonamassa (with Rick Derringer)
10. BU2B (single) - Rush
11. What's it All About - Aynsley Lister
12. Scars - Philip Sayce
13. Keep on Growing - Derek and the Dominos
14. Not Going Away - Ozzy Osbourne
15. Belly of the Blues - Sandy Thom
16. Rock Steady (live) - Bad Company
17. No Time to Loose - Rainbow
18. Soul on Fire - Saint Jude
19. This Life (Theme from Sons of Anarchy) Curtis Stigers & The Forest Rangers
20. Out of Mind - Who Cares (Ian Gillan and Tony Iommi)
21. Garden of Eden - Saint Jude
22. To Cry You a Song - Jethro Tull
23. Nantucket Sleighride - Mountain
24. Holy Waiter - Who Cares
25. Turnin' Left - Chickenfoot
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