2 Jun 2013, 14:01 by ALR_Magic
1 Jan 2012, 07:56 by Bara_Megami1. Ryohei 416 (#2 Last Year)
No matter how many times I listen to him, he's not coming back is he?
2. The Book of Mormon 222
The musical, not the religious text. I'm not clear on the tagging rules for musicals (It's supposed to be under the composers, right?), and it seemed like a bad idea to put the songs under the singers' names when there was like ten singers on one song. So now it looks like I've been listening to the word of Joseph Smith. Oh well. Wicked funny musical.
3. 倖田來未 217 (#3 Last Year)
Busy year for Kuu-chan, so I listened to her a lot. V.I.P/Ko-So-Ko-So were my favourites. I must see her concert while I'm here in Japan before she has her baby.
4. ★Star Guitar 191
Fantastic solo album. No surprise if you check out this guy's wikipedia page and see all the great J-pop songs he's produced. The remix album was just OK, but the original album is absolutely amazing.
5. MAA 174
She's sooooo gooood. I wasn't 100% sold on her mini album…
6 May 2011, 21:25 by micaleano46
11 Sep 2005, 17:09 by mrcoljI'm hereby blogging in last.fm, and hopefully RSS'ing it into the discussion board on colinandbethany.com. A lot of this post will be my learning new last.fm-specific bbcode tags.
My name is Colin Jensen, or, on last.fm, mrcolj. I have been a member of such for over a year, and have listened to close to 30,000 tracks therefrom. My radio station is accurate enough that I can listen to it for hours without hearing anything I don't like. Every year, for five years now, I have burned a CD at the end of the year (and distributed them at Christmas), showing the top played tracks that year. It's always a surprise, since it invariably includes music that I don't know like, but have listened to many times.
This year's top artists include Tom Waits, They Might Be Giants, The Beatles, The King's Singers, David Bowie, and Danny Elfman; as well as The New Testament, The Book of Mormon, The Doctrine and Covenants, and Steven R. Covey (if those last four count.) Most of those are standards, that make it onto the list every year. …