3 Feb 2010, 22:34 by rattlebag
26 May 2008, 23:11 by willers12/04/06 - 12/10/06
Top Artist: The Kinks (8 Plays)
Top Track: Beck - New Round (4 Plays)
Total Plays: 195
12/11/06 - 12/17/06
Top Artist: Eels (16 Plays)
Top Track: Arcade Fire - Intervention (5 Plays)
Total Plays: 329
12/18/06 - 12/24/06
Top Artist: The Beatles (27 Plays)
Top Tracks: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Satan Said Dance, Joanna Newsom – Peach, Plum, Pear, Arcade Fire – Intervention (4 Plays)
Total Plays: 621
12/25/06 - 12/31/06
Top Artist: Tom Waits (88 Plays)
Top Track: Tom Waits - Sea of Love (5 Plays)
Total Plays: 521
01/01/07 - 01/07/07
Top Artist: Radiohead (20 Plays)
Top Track: Regina Spektor - Samson (4 Plays)
Total Plays: 308
01/08/07 - 01/14/07
Top Artist: Annuals (12 Plays)
Top Tracks: Tom Waits – Long Way Home, Malajube – Montréal -40°C (3 Plays)
Total Plays: 256
01/15/07 - 01/21/07
Top Artist: Tom Waits (18 Plays)
Top Track: TV on the Radio – Province (9 Plays)
Total Plays: 490
01/22/07 - 01/28/07
8 Apr 2008, 17:00 by beezzzJust for fun - a playlist with a song for each day of the WEEK:
1. Pleasant Valley Sunday - The Monkees
2. Monday, Monday - The Mamas & the Papas
3. Tuesday Afternoon - The Moody Blues
4. Wednesday In Your Garden - The Guess Who
5. To Claudia On Thursday - The Millennium
6. Friday On My Mind - The Easybeats
7. Another Saturday Night - Cat Stevens
30 Oct 2007, 00:43 by L0serTalentPyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is the only artist in my top 10 who has never been my Weekly Top Artist.
Diana Ross and Elton John are the only artists in my top 20 who have never been my Weekly Top Artist.
Past Weekly Top Artists Tracey Thorn, Antonín Dvořák, Prince, and Gwen Stefani are not in my top 100.
Gwen Stefani is not in my top 200.
The Beach Boys is the only Weekly Top Artist with more than 1000 songs played in a single week.
Six different British acts have been my Weekly Top Artist(s).
At 24, Amy Winehouse is the youngest past Weekly Top Artist.
:::::::Weekly Top Artist Summary:::::::
1. The Beatles (6 times)
2. The Beach Boys (5 times)
3. Mina (4 times)
4. Björk (3 times)
5. Dionne Warwick, Linda Ronstadt, Antonín Dvořák (2 times each)
Top Artists for the week ending 19 Nov 2006 The Shangri-Las (20 plays)
Top Artists for the week ending 26 Nov 2006 Dusty Springfield (57 plays)
25 May 2007, 08:23 by kungpowbetty200. Sarva-Antah - Om Tara: Mantras From Tibet
Heard it in a Tibetan store and miraculously found it and downloaded it. It's probably regarded as the worst Tibetan chant album of all time, but since I don't subscribe to "Tibet And You," I'll never know.
199. The Reverend Horton Heat - Smoke 'em If You Got 'em
Guitar Hero 2, the introducer to psychobilly. I owe you a Coke!
198. No-Neck Blues Band - Qvaris
197. Alex Smoke - Incommunicado
196. Basic Channel - BCD
195. Stan Getz - Change of Scenes
194. Akira Yamaoka - Silent Hill OST
I think the front cover is one of the most disturbing covers of all time. Oh and the music is eerie as well.
193. Ellen Allien - Stadtkind
192. OOIOO - Gold & Green
191. The Sea Urchins - Stardust
190. Panda Bear - Person Pitch
189. Cul de Sac - Crashes to Light, Minutes to Its Fall
188. GWAR - Scumdogs Of The Universe
I still need to attend a GWAR concert and frame my bloodied white shirt
6 Mar 2007, 04:01 by inabillityMy first attempt at a top 100 list. 95 albums presented in alphabetical order, then the top 5, which are more or less set in stone. Comments and suggestions welcome!
Air – Talkie Walkie
Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Works II
Angelo Badalamenti – Twin Peaks OST
The Arcade Fire - Funeral
The Band – Music for Big Pink
Les Baxter – The Exotic Moods of Les Baxter
Belle & Sebastian – If You’re Feeling Sinister
Biosphere – Substrata
Boards of Canada – Music Has the Right to Children
Kate Bush – Hounds of Love
Calexico – The Black Light
Calexico – Feast of Wire
Can – Ege Bamyasi
Can – Future Days
Cannibal Ox – The Cold Vein
Captain Beefheart – Troutmaskreplica
Neko Case – Blacklisted
The Clash – London Calling
The Clientele – Suburban Light
Clinic – Internal Wrangler
The Congos – Heart of the Congos
Cornelius – Point
Daft Punk – Discovery
Decemberists – Castaways & Cutouts
Devo – Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!
DJ Shadow – Endtroducing…
29 Jul 2006, 23:59 by Turncoat_IndianOK so I'm stealing yet another idea from other persons. It's a head-to-head type ordeal with MY favourite artists. As I don't actually have any friends I'll leave this thing going for at least a week or so before the hype totally gets going like.
So here are the groups:
Built to Spill
A Tribe Called Quest
The Soft Boys
Boards of Canada
The Wedding Present
The Teardrop Explodes
The Smashing Pumpkins
Iron And Wine
My Bloody Valentine
Neutral Milk Hotel
So yeah, you just pick your favourite two from each group and post it down there below.
10 Jul 2006, 14:39 by pinshere is a list of my top (i.e. favourite) 170 albums, as documented this year. just like my songs list, it was created for a messageboard. i have disabled comments for the time being because frankly i got a little sick of the all criticism i received as a result of posting it. i'm sorry if you don't like my list... but what can i say? it's an honest documentation of albums i like, rather than some kind of indie hipster posturing. i have my own personal reasons for listing things in the order they appear, which some people may not understand or agree with, but i'm not asking anyone to do that.
anyway, with that out of the way, here's the list. enjoy! (or don't...):
 Sibylle Baier - colour green
 Magnetic Fields - 69 love songs
 Radiohead - ok computer
 Mellow Candle - swaddling songs
 Tori Amos - little earthquakes
 Sufjan Stevens - greetings from michigan
 Wondermints - mind if we make love to you
28 Jan 2006, 12:38 by sing-sing