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U go to Edit click "select all" then "copy" and viola:

We Will Rock You- Queen - 261
Killer Queen- Queen - 242
Another one Bites the Dust - Queen - 235
Hotel California Eagles - 234
Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy - Queen - 232
Don't Stop Me Now - Queen - 231
Seven Seas of Rhye - Queen - 226
Bicycle Race - Queen - 225
Fat Bottom Girls - Queen - 221
Letterbomb - Green Day -220
Thank God I'm a Country Boy - John Denver - 217
American Idiot - Green Day - 216
Holiday - Green Day - 216
Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day - 213
We are the Champions Queen - 213
Wake me up When September Ends - Green Day -211
Jesus of Suburbia - Green Day - 209
Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen - 195
Homecoming - Green Day - 191
St. Jimmy - Green Day - 189
Extrodinary Girl - Green Day -189
Dance, Dance - Fall Out Boy- 187
Sugar, we're going Down - Fall Out Boy - 187
She's a Rebel - Green Day -177
Whatsername - Green Day - 176

(Okay that wasn't as easy as i thought, also sometimes i just leave iTunes Playing while I sleep, go to school, or go to work)


Mon Oct 02, 2006 6:33 pm
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Why do you all listen to the same song so many times?

My most played is ten with Radiohead's "Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box".


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you've never been addicted to amazing music?--in the past 2 years i've listened to alive with the glory of love...at least 1000 times. dead serious. songs like that--and absinthe party at the fly honey warehouse have incredible staying power. chia-like, i shall grow is also on the list of at least 500 times in the past 2 years. sophomore year i developed some sort of mental attachment to the blink-182 album (blink-182). i listened to it every day and every night for...6 months. then i got "futures" and was addicted to that forever. i'm not saying against radiohead. i loves me some radiohead. like i've said before...we play a lot of music in 4210...those are just the top 25--the other (about) 5500 have been played at least once.


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Why do you all listen to the same song so many times?

My most played is ten with Radiohead's "Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box".

I have no idea how anybody can listen to the same song more than a few times within a week or so... the source playlist I have set on party shuffle currently picks songs played more than 10 days ago (previously 3 and 5 days but I haven't really been listening to my music as much this semester; the >10 day list currently has 828/1140 of my songs, which seems kind of high to me although I was gone for basically 2 days)


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MoundCityBMW...T wrote:
you've never been addicted to amazing music?

Not that addicted. Ever. The only reason that song was up there is cause I'd listen to it a bit at a time cause I could swear a song on Thom Yorke's solo album uses the same beat and I'd go through song at a time to figure it out. I was wrong.

Second on the list is Peter Lutkin's Benediction with 8 plays. A short 2 minute choral piece that I love, followed by Let It be with 7. The next couple are all 6. Brubeck's Take the "A" Train, the Allegro Moderato from Borodin's 2nd, Beatles' Back in the USSR, Yorke's Cymbal Rush, and Analyse.

Counts should prolly be higher, but I use Winamp and screwed up my library about a month ago, who knows. And I don't have my iPod play counts loaded onto iTunes to count that either, so, mileage may vary, but definitely not anywhere like the rest of you.


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i probably need to go to music rehab...wait...i take that back...i'll quit tomorrow...i gotta get my fix...NOW!!


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You could say I'm addicted to amazing music, but there are HUNDREDS of good songs thus I listen to them all on random; I can't listen to the same song too many times in a row, no matter how good it is.

Of course, it also helps that the music I listen to has been out for 20-40 years and thus I've usually heard it before and have little desire to listen to it over and over again. The closest I've gotten to that was I played through the whole Face the Promise album 4 or 5 times in the first week it was out (of course the next newest full non-compilation album I have is from 1991)


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Just last night I listened to "Get Me Naked 2:Electric Boogaloo" by Minus the Bear at least 5 times.

Radiohead is amazing. I think all will admit that no one is a bigger fan than me.


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is nkc coming to truman's tourney??? if so chuq, you and i will have to cheel.


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Like I said sometimes i just leave it playing and forget about it, also those songs were all songs i got off CD before i started downloading so the total had gotten pretty high for those songs they aren't necessarily my favorite (most of those songs i like a lot though)


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no time flat - kevin devine (95)
desperately wanting (acoustic) - better than ezra (79)
green eyes - discover america (72)
glass danse - the faint (69)
we intertwined - the hush sound (66)
breathe me - sia (61)
breathe (2 am) - anna nalick (58)
ooh ahh - grits ft. toby mac (57)
only heart - john mayer (57)
anything - kate earl (55)
in the waiting line - zero 7 (55)
two points for honesty - guster (52)
L.O.V.E. - ashley simpson (51)
amsterdam - guster (50)
october nights - yellowcard (49)
extraordinary - better than ezra (48)
over my head (cable car) - the fray (48)
yesterday's feelings - the used (45)
animal city - shakira (42)
brighter than sunshine - aqualung (41)
momentum - the hush sound (41)
SOS (rescue me) - rihanna (40)
sweet surrender - sarah mclachlan (40)
skeptics and true believers - the academy is... (38)
i'll be - goo goo dolls (38)
collide - howie day (38)
the mixed tape - jack's mannequin (38)
sweet tangerine - the hush sound (37)
alive with the glory of love - say anything (34)
lucy in the sky with diamonds (cover) - the black crowes (33)
the halves that make us whole - discover america (33)
You said - shane barnard (33)
paperthin hymn - anberlin (32)
i miss you - blink 182 (32)
crooked teeth - death cab for cutie (32)
monsters - matchbook romance (32)

and so it goes.... looking at this, it's not a very accurate description of my music. my favourite band isn't on there at all.... (the notwist...amazing) however, i do love the hush sound, death cab, say anything, guster, and discover america.... i like all of these bands....but some of them are only on here because of obsessions from some fairly distant point in the past. (play counts run since november 23, 2005)


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I'll try and push for going to a Truman tourney, but I'd really doubt we could go to the November one. But we totally should cheel if we go (or if you end up in the KC area).
By the way, does anyone care to visit the edge of hell avec moi?


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since late summer-ish 05...

Disney's on the Record - Can You Feel the Love Tonight/I Won't Say [I'm in Love]/Let's Get Together (42)
Vanessa Carlton - White Houses (39)
On the Record - You've Got a Friend in Me (37)
On the Record - You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly! (37)
On the Record - I Will Go Sailing No More/Just Around the Riverbend/Strangers Like Me (36)
The Hush Sound - Eileen (36)
On the Record - So This is Love (36)
On the Record - A Whole New World (35)
On the Record - The Second Star to the Right (35)
On the Record - Under the Sea (35)
Relient K - The Truth (35)
Wicked - Thank Goodness (32)
On the Record - Part of Your World (32)
On the Record - Poor Unfortunate Soul (32)
The Hush Sound - We Intertwined (31)
Wicked - As Long As You're Mine (31)
On the Record - Whistle While You Work/Give a Little Whistle (31)
Relient K - Apathetic Way to Be (31)
Relient K - Be My Escape [Acoustic] (31)
Relient K - Which to Bury, Us or the Hatchet [Acoustic] (31)
On the Record - Colors of the Wind (30)
The Hush Sound - Carry Me Home (30)
On the Record - A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes (30)
On the Record - Someday my Prince Will Come/Once Upon a Dream (30)
On the Record - The Walrus and the Carpenter/I Wanna Be Like You (30)

um...guess what i was obsessed with last summer! guess when i listened to my itunes the most overall!


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At least your play counts look reasonable for a little over a year.


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(and that all doesn't include my ipod, I don't know how to do that business. i think those numbers would be very different. other than how i've had to reset the darn thing a few times...)
reasonable numbers, eh? hmm.


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What is this "I-Pod" of which you speak? Is there anyone else who *doesn't* have one of these curious creations?


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I don't have an ipod. I don't have a cell phone, either.


Tue Oct 03, 2006 10:14 pm
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I don't have a cell phone, either.


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ipod I can see... cell phone shakes head


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STPickrell wrote:
What is this "I-Pod" of which you speak? Is there anyone else who *doesn't* have one of these curious creations?

my roommate, my brother (he did but lost it a couple of weeks after buying it, what a waste of money) and thats just for starters


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STPickrell wrote:
What is this "I-Pod" of which you speak? Is there anyone else who *doesn't* have one of these curious creations?

I have absolutely no reason to buy an iPod. My mp3 player has Microsoft Word, MSN Messenger, IE, Excel, Solitaire, and Jawbreaker.

*a PDA my dad gave me a few weeks ago*


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dirtybird06 wrote:
STPickrell wrote:
What is this "I-Pod" of which you speak? Is there anyone else who *doesn't* have one of these curious creations?

I have absolutely no reason to buy an iPod. My mp3 player has Microsoft Word, MSN Messenger, IE, Excel, Solitaire, and Jawbreaker.

*a PDA my dad gave me a few weeks ago*

I bought a Dell Axim the summer before junior year of high school mainly for that purpose. Of course one of the first things we learned on that first day of school was that the board ruled music players weren't allowed anymore. Now it's just sitting at home... if it were possible to lock the screen and buttons it would be a lot better.

Jawbreaker is an addicting game though.


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libertymark wrote:
STPickrell wrote:
What is this "I-Pod" of which you speak? Is there anyone else who *doesn't* have one of these curious creations?

my roommate, my brother (he did but lost it a couple of weeks after buying it, what a waste of money) and thats just for starters

Oh good. I don't feel so lonely anymore.

Of course there was a thread this spring on the national board about what to do if a cell phone went off in the middle of a match.


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the cell phone thing has happened to me twice. once was at st. joe christian junior year. and the other was this last year during the class 1 state championship. the latter was freaking awesome--you should have seen the faces of everybody from tarkio...they look so cute when they're mad.


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I've had my phone go off so many times during matches, it's really not funny. Of course, I leave mine on vibrate.


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My phone is always on vibrate. Ringtones are annoying


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the ringtones that come with phones suck (well my phones anyway) and i don't want to pay for new ones. i wish there was a way to pirate ringtones.


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There are some sites that have free downloadable ringtones... I don't remember where I found them but I have some random stuff on my phone (like Mario themes and such) even though I don't use a ringtone


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STPickrell wrote:
What is this "I-Pod" of which you speak? Is there anyone else who *doesn't* have one of these curious creations?

I don't.

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SONY TV/WEATHER/FM/AM WALKMAN SRF-M37V FTW!!


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I remember at our tournament right after the finals were over someone on Liberty's cell phone went off.


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I don't have an iPod either.


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I remember at our tournament right after the finals were over someone on Liberty's cell phone went off.

I don't quite remember it but at least it wasn't during the match... that was a great game


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ScoBo1987 wrote:
I bought a Dell Axim the summer before junior year of high school mainly for that purpose. Of course one of the first things we learned on that first day of school was that the board ruled music players weren't allowed anymore. Now it's just sitting at home... if it were possible to lock the screen and buttons it would be a lot better.

Jawbreaker is an addicting game though.

Damn, that sucks.
But Jawbreaker is amazing. So simple, and yet so FUN. Kinda like a Slinky...

" I remember at our tournament right after the finals were over someone on Liberty's cell phone went off."

That happened to me at Richland's tournament against Ash Grove. Thank God I still had it on vibrate from school....


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L-Town Expatriate wrote:
STPickrell wrote:
What is this "I-Pod" of which you speak? Is there anyone else who *doesn't* have one of these curious creations?

I don't.

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This thing looks complicated. I am but a simple caveman.


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i think the reason i love my favorite song so much is because it has the word "ere" in it......


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this might be the funniest thing that i've ever seen. i blush when i watch it--just knowing that these people are serious.

http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1703504

i don't even think you can write stuff that's this good--especially at 59 seconds into the clip.


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Too bad I'm not in Grand Rapids, MI tonight...


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BOB
SEGER!!!!!!


I'm not as deaf as I thought I'd be but my ears are definitely ringing

Try to find me another 61 year old rock legend who can put on a concert as good as he still can... and after a ten-year break!

Worth every penny, every minute of beating the scalpers to good seats online, and every minute worth of worrying about the weather and the extra two hours of driving today...

Too bad I'm a fairly-poor college student with five tests on dead week or otherwise I'd be going to St. Louis Monday night.

If you looked around at the times when everyone had their lighters out... there were just as many (probably more) small off-white rectangles because of the people taking bad-quality pictures with their cell phones [of course that was the case without the lighters but that was when I usually noticed]...


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ScoBo1987 wrote:
Too bad I'm a fairly-poor college student with five tests on dead week

That's obscene.


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I should mention that two of them are lab finals, but three regular class tests on dead week is not the way it's supposed to work:
Mon: Regular physics test
Tues: Circuits lab final
Weds: Regular circuits test and Comp E 214 lab final
Thurs: Comp E 213 test
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Weds: CS 153 (1:30-3:30 i think)
Thurs: Circuits (1:30-3:30) and Physics (4-6)
Doing a programming project thing in Comp E 213 since the scheduled time is that horrible 1:30-3:30 Friday slot.


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ScoBo1987 wrote:
BOB
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I'm not as deaf as I thought I'd be but my ears are definitely ringing

Try to find me another 61 year old rock legend who can put on a concert as good as he still can... and after a ten-year break!

Worth every penny, every minute of beating the scalpers to good seats online, and every minute worth of worrying about the weather and the extra two hours of driving today...

Too bad I'm a fairly-poor college student with five tests on dead week or otherwise I'd be going to St. Louis Monday night.

If you looked around at the times when everyone had their lighters out... there were just as many (probably more) small off-white rectangles because of the people taking bad-quality pictures with their cell phones [of course that was the case without the lighters but that was when I usually noticed]...

What'd you do, go through Camdenton?


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No, had to go up to Moberly then 24-10-210. Those roads were perfectly clear


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No, had to go up to Moberly then 24-10-210. Those roads were perfectly clear

And that's two extra hours, eh?


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L-Town Expatriate wrote:
ScoBo1987 wrote:
No, had to go up to Moberly then 24-10-210.  Those roads were perfectly clear

And that's two extra hours, eh?

Well we stopped three times for probably 35-45 minutes total. And it took us about 30 minutes extra to get to Columbia and then it took us about 10 minutes on I-70 to get to the next exit to turn back to 63. So really not too much more time.


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While Mark Knopfler is best known as the lead singer of Dire Straits, his recent solo work is also excellent. I highly recommend "Boom Like That," a song about McDonald's founder Ray Kroc.


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I have a 1,357 song library - the source playlist is the 400 least-recently played songs not played in the past 11 days. I never ran it dry with much closer to 1,000 songs but now the pool is down to 14 songs. Hmm... just a slight indication that I'm on the computer a little too much.

Looks like I'll have to down it to 9 or 10 days. I have the day restriction on there because this gives a much better chance at song variety. Yes, I'm a nerd who actually listens to every song on his computer (well, the ones I don't listen to I've unchecked so they don't show up ever in the playlist). Deal with it.


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heavy metal and country. almost nothing in between and im serious. my favorite artists are judas priest, iron maiden, opeth, megadeth, lamb of god, slayer, ozzy osbourne, blind guardian, garth brooks, tim mcgraw, randy travis, billy currington, josh turner, rascal flatts, alan jackson...and i guess i'll stop there.


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Mostly country but I like about everything but hard heavy metal. My favorite song would have to be How To Save A Life by The Fray, or The Red Strokes by Garth Brooks. You can find The Frays CD in stores or illegally download. Red Strokes is on Garths IN PIECES CD. So if you like either of these artists and haven’t heard one of these (probably Red strokes) check them out.


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i'm seeing THE HUSH SOUND tonight!!! aaaaaaaaaaah *dies*

i've never been to a concert...

the hush sound and straylight run, opened by spitalfield and pablo.

maybe i should've listened to some straylight run in preparation...naaah. i know who i'm there for.


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oh dang .... Straylight Run is going to dominate !!! That is going to be a very good show ... have fun and don´t lose any appendages in the pit.


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