"working on my faults and cracks..."

5.29.2008

kelly finally gets the boot


To satisfy a smallish itching curiosity I have, I think it's time for a little impromptu survey, courtesy of the DI.

No need to think this through, just resist the burning urge to cheat and leave your answer in the comments. If you don't have a Blogger/Google/Typekey account, or plan to just outright lie, comments under "Anonymous" are happily accepted. Otherwise, prepare to have your candor applauded. Or tongue-lashed.

According to the play counter, what's the top played song on your most oft-used media player (iTunes, Windows Media, etc.), and how many times has it been played?


I'll go first:

11 contributions to this piece:

Dagbert said...

"Ain't No Love" by David Gray, at 64 times.

Catherine said...

"Lover I Don't Have to Love" by Bright Eyes, at 64 times.

Anonymous said...

Waking Ashland, Let Go.

Sarah said...

"Unlaced" by Emilie Autumn, at 48 times.

Kathryn said...

Home, Michael Buble, 378 times...but only because I accidentally left it on repeat while I slept one night...

Dagbert said...

Even for a single night's rest, cripes, that's a lot of Buble.

Anonymous said...

only skin by joanna newsom, at 38 times.

m said...

he ain't heavy - rufus wainwright 66x

i find it curious that you waited til the power song was no longer the most played. that guilty pleasure will still come up should you ever dog singer/songwriters! Q(^ ^Q)

Dagbert said...

Coincidence, swear to god.

Also, while popular, it was never an actual 'power' song, thank you very much.

* leaves with dignity *

Valerie said...

"The Freshmen" by The Verve Pipe 173 times. I think this is just since updating Winamp though because it says I've only played Foo Figthers' "Everlong" once, and there is no way in hell that's true.

But it's a good song to loop while sleeping.

Sabelotodo said...

Hahaha, I was too embarrassed to put the first one down so I'm putting the second: Suele Pasar by Belanova.

 
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