2 Jan 2007, 00:21 by Quiplash
2 Oct 2006, 22:17 by Quiplash
18 Jul 2006, 19:35 by QuiplashHere it is, folks! Last.fm has just adjusted its stats to allow for a display of your 500 top tracks overall (i.e. since you first signed on to Last.fm).
My top 500 songs are listed in descending order of popularity (i.e. by the number of times I listened to each song in over 930,000 track plays), and I’m going to assign a unique track tag to these songs, Quiplash Top 500. Then you can listen to my tag radio station. Once I set it up.
And damn, I gotta go bug Grey Eye Glances to get their songs onto Last.fm. I’m absolutely flabbergasted that GEG isn’t a household name by now. I could listen to Grey Eye Glances all day and never get bored. Hell, I could just listen to “Days to Dust”, “Snow”, and “Angel” all day and never get bored.
Days To Dust
I`ll Hear Your Voice
Prayer of the Children
Where Do I Begin
I Will Survive (Original Acapella)
I Can See Clearly Now
Such Great Heights
Somebody Loves You
12 Jun 2006, 15:50 by Quiplash
11 Jun 2006, 19:42 by Quiplash
31 May 2006, 15:15 by QuiplashI finally was able to load the Profile + Tag editor in Last.fm (after rebooting and clearing just about everything out of RAM that I could think of, and WAITING for it to finish loading my artists list), and so I spent an entertaining evening tagging songs from my eclectic/bizarre list of 250 absolutely essential songs -- see my previous journal entry for the full list -- all of which are subject to change, of course.
Which means, of course, that I have a new tag radio station. If you are a Last.fm user, you can click on the "More Stations" link in the left-hand column on my profile to see the radio station and select it, or just enter this URL in your browser address window:
(Warning: I reserve the right to change this tag without warning; go to my user page (Quiplash) to get whatever tag I'm currently using for this collection.)
No, it's not my full list, and I actually added another 250 songs that would probably fit somewhere in slots 251-500. …