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What's on your mp3 player, and what kind do you have?
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 10:49 pm      Reply with quote
And where to you use it most often?
So, what is everyone listening too? I love reading stuff like this because sometimes it makes me remember old favorites.
What kind of mp3 player do I have: 2nd gen Ipod Nano.
Where do I use it most: Any time I'm on the bus heading to class.
Here's what I'm currently listening to in no particular order: Don't judge! LOL!!

1979 - Smashing Pumpkins
Devil Wears Prada Theme
Requiem for a Dream Theme
All I Can Do - Chantal Kreviazuk
Dirty - Christina Aguliera
Black Coffee - All Saints
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Celine Dion
Death Is The Road To Awe - Clint Mansell
Speed of Sound - Coldplay
Erase/Rewind - The Cardigans
Tango Shoes - Bif Naked
Mad World - Gary Jules
Storms in Africa - Enya
Don't Leave Home - Dido
White Flag - Dido
Someone To Call My Lover - Janet Jackson
Salva Me - Libera
Most of the Lady in The Water soundtrack
Til I Get Over You - Michelle Branch
Say It Right - Nelly Furtado
Age of Consent - New Order
Street Spirit - Radiohead
SOS - Rihanna
I Don't Feel Like Dancing - Scissor Sisters
Destiny - Zero7
Fast Car - Tracy Chapman
Sanctuary - Utada Hikaru
Teardrop - Massive Attack

Just a sampling of what I'm listening to.
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 11:39 pm      Reply with quote
I think I must be the only person who does not have one.
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I also never have my mobile phone swtiched on - it's only for emergencies in the car.
I am a dinasour.
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 12:08 am      Reply with quote
I don't use a mp3 player.. Well my mobile phone is one! Very Happy Very Happy
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 12:30 am      Reply with quote
poohlisey wrote:
I don't use a mp3 player.. Well my mobile phone is one! Very Happy Very Happy


You're more technological than me poohlisey.
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:05 am      Reply with quote
I have a [now full] 80GB iPod and also an iRiver - hence I will spare you the loooong list Smile Mostly, it's dance and soft rock stuff, as well as some audio books Embarassed
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:31 am      Reply with quote
Mabsy wrote:
I have a [now full] 80GB iPod and also an iRiver - hence I will spare you the loooong list Smile Mostly, it's dance and soft rock stuff, as well as some audio books Embarassed


which audio books do you like?
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:38 am      Reply with quote
LOL! Well, at least let us in on a few songs Mabsy!
And do tell which audiobooks you like Smile
(If you don't mind.)

Emma2006 - My mobile phone is always on! One way or another, I'm on it. My mom and grandmother are "emergency only" cell phone people too. My grandmother asked me once: "Does your phone even allow you to call people? You do everything but that!

poohlisey - I wanted a phone that had an mp3 player included but I got my ipod for xmas. It would go unused and the person that gave it to me would be seriously miffed LOL!
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:14 am      Reply with quote
I'm such a geek, I don't have music, only 2 pod casts for Battlestar Galactica Angel
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Emma2006 - My mobile phone is always on! One way or another, I'm on it. My mom and grandmother are "emergency only" cell phone people too. My grandmother asked me once: "Does your phone even allow you to call people? You do everything but that!


Laughing

My friends despair of me - they keep trying to teach me to message.
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Ok, looking at my playcounts, the 2006 and 2007 ministry of sound is doing a fair bit of playing. As is Tiesto's stuff and the recent "A state of trance" offerings. I've also got a fair bit of Kylie Minogue playing recently, but her older stuff. There's some Evermore, Snow Patrol, Dave Mathews Band, Evanescence, etc

In terms of audio books, I have an Audible subscription so I get a few books a month. I have a liking for popular psychology - Blink, Tipping Point, Freakonomics, Social Intelligence, Linked, etc Also, I have to read a lot of business books for work so I take the easy way out and have those on audio as well (things like Blue Ocean Strategy, The Long Tail, Search, etc). For entertainment, I have quite a few of Bill Bryson's books and his book about Australia is my absolute favourite (and it's so spot on!). Come to think of it, I rarely buy paper books anymore and if I do it tends to be impulse purchases at airports mainly.
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I have a 2nd generation 2G ipod Nano. It has a lot of Tori Amos, a lot of Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails... also Damien Rice, Dar Williams, Clash, Beatles, Bowie, Cure, Portishead, Morningwood, Wilco... I like a good mix. I should be listening to it right now!

WHile we're on the topic, has anybody found any really good, not astronomically priced earbuds? The ones that come with the ipod don't stay in my ears, and really aren't good sound quality.
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I put downloaded b-sides and full albums of the following artists into the same folders on my mp3 player (too many songs to name):

AFI
Muse
Ash
Avenged Sevenfold
Funeral For A Friend
Eskimo Joe
Saosin
Circa Survive
The Receiving End of Sirens
Thursday
Placebo
Peeping Tom
Razorlight
Lostprophets
Queens of the Stone Age
Hawthorne Heights
Underoath
Mansun

I don't have full albums by the following but a few songs on my mp3 player:

The Von Bondies
Fall Out Boy
Senses Fail
Killswitch Engage
Everytime I Die
Dir En Grey
The Used
From First to Last
Tool

A few years ago, I would be interested bands like Bloc Party, the Strokes and Arctic Monkeys. I no longer listen to them (sold my Strokes albums ages ago). I find myself becoming a metalhead+emo! lol Though I still listen to Razorlight. Love the Smashing Pumpkins and Bjork. But I mainly listened to them in the '90s.
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:31 am      Reply with quote
Forgot to say, my player is Panasonic SV-MP810V, 1GB with necklace like earbuds.
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:49 am      Reply with quote
I've got a Creative Vision:M, but the songs on there are way too many to mention.

Here are just the first 20 on one of my playlists:
L'Ame-Stram-Gram by Mylène Farmer
Possession (Acoustic Version) by Sarah McLachlan
Comfort Eagle by Cake
Blue by Angie Hart
A Mhariread Og II by Paul Mounsey
Mohammed by Dandy Warhols
9 Crimes by Damien Rice
Stoner by Andrea Wilde
The Place I Love by The Jam
Anarchy in the UK by Sex Pistols
Bug Powder Dust by Bomb the Bass
King of the Kerb by Echobelly
Need One by Martina Topley-Bird
Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult
Trip Like I do by Crystal Method
Supermassive Black Hole by Muse
Dissolved Girl by Massive Attack
Pure Morning by Placebo
Living Dead Girl by Rob Zombie
Ashwa by Natacha Atlas
Kara Tu Omna by Gåte
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I don't have an MP3 player!

Why should I, after being a Mobile DJ for over 18 years (1988-2006) I collected and still have well over 1,000 CD's from every known artist and a professional quality DJ system that is now a permanent fixture in our game room at home since I retired from active "partying". Geez, think about it, at an average price of about $12.00 per CD that equals about $12,000 worth of music!!! Luckily I paid for it all through the gigs (and Tax write-offs).

As for what I listen to....my personal choice is Heavy Metal! I'm a Head Banger since day one...Savatage, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Sabbath, Ozzy, Dio, Metallica, Motorhead (love Lemmy!), Rush, Guns & Roses (Axel was an idiot), Jimi Hendrix, Steve Vai, Black Label Society with Zach Wilde, Pantera, The Ramones, Sex Pistols, Rage Against the Machine, AC/DC, and on and on.

If it has bar chords and a beat that can knock a hole in the wall, I'm listening to it! It's the kind of music that a Testosterone crazed, race car driving, Harley riding, bodybuilder/martial artist can get psyched up to.

Cool

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John C. Hill wrote:
I don't have an MP3 player!

Why should I, after being a Mobile DJ for over 18 years (1988-2006) I collected and still have well over 1,000 CD's from every known artist and a professional quality DJ system that is now a permanent fixture in our game room at home since I retired from active "partying". Geez, think about it, at an average price of about $12.00 per CD that equals about $12,000 worth of music!!! Luckily I paid for it all through the gigs (and Tax write-offs).

As for what I listen to....my personal choice is Heavy Metal! I'm a Head Banger since day one...Savatage, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Sabbath, Ozzy, Dio, Metallica, Motorhead (love Lemmy!), Rush, Guns & Roses (Axel was an idiot), Jimi Hendrix, Steve Vai, Black Label Society with Zach Wilde, Pantera, The Ramones, Sex Pistols, Rage Against the Machine, AC/DC, and on and on.

If it has bar chords and a beat that can knock a hole in the wall, I'm listening to it! It's the kind of music that a Testosterone crazed, race car driving, Harley riding, bodybuilder/martial artist can get psyched up to.

Cool

John


Lemmy is one of my heroes! Very Happy

Just been listening to "Ace of Spades".
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majorb, Lemmy is one of my heroes. Just picked up the book written by him and started reading it. One of the "pins" on my biker jacket is the Motorhead symbol (skull with horns and a chain, I'm sure you know the one). A buddy of mine has the same symbol tattoed on his shoulder. I'm thinking about getting the Ace of Spades tatted on somewhere for my next one. I've seen Motorhead in concert here in Phoenix every time they stop by. He just gets better and better, and his views on life are priceless. He certainly ISN'T "politically correct" when he speaks that's for sure! Tell it like it is Lemmy!

Did you know Motorhead held the Guiness Book of World Records for the loudest rock band of all time all through the 80s and 90s. A microphone located 8 miles away from a concert in England in the early 80s was able to pick up the song they were playing! Fantastic!!

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Rufus wrote:
I'm such a geek, I don't have music, only 2 pod casts for Battlestar Galactica Angel


Tee hee too cute...



My iPod nano exercise play list consist of:

Trans Siberian Orchestra-Christmas Eve

ABBA-The Name of the Game

Oasis-Wonderwall

Oasis-Don't Look Back in Anger

U2-Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

Enya-Caribbean Blue

Enya-Book of Days

Prince-Lets Go Crazy

Prince-Darling Nikki

Prince-Purple Rain

Don McClean-American Pie

Don McClean-Vincent(I skip over this song alot b/c it always makes me shed a tear. I know I know....)

Liz Phair-F*ck and Run

System of a Down-Chop Suey

All American Rejects-Move Along

Ashlee Simpson-L.O.V.E

Metallica-No Leaf Clover

Justin Timberlake-Cry Me A River

Nirvana-Rape Me

Nirvana-Heart Shaped Box

Hole-Rockstar

KT Lange-Suddenly I see

Laura Branaigan-Gloria

No Doubt-Spider Web

Blur-Song 2

Mariah Carey-We Belong Together

Mariah Carey-Always Be My Baby

Sarah MCLaclan-Possesion

Sarah MCLaclan-Sweet Surrender

Fleetwood Mac-Silver Springs

Fleetwood Mac-Big Love(Live Version off the Dance)

Chemical Romance-Welcome To The Black Parade
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violetanne wrote:
WHile we're on the topic, has anybody found any really good, not astronomically priced earbuds? The ones that come with the ipod don't stay in my ears, and really aren't good sound quality.


Try Sennheiser MX500 (that specific model, not any of the others). This model is reviewed by many pros to be the best Sennheiser earphone, and better than their more expensive counterparts. I had a pair before and they were very good indeed. You should be able to pick them up for around $15, though they can be hard to find (or at least I had to search for them a bit in Australia). HTH
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Beru, another quick trivia point for you. I see you like Trans Siberian Orchestra....me too. That orchestra is really the members of the Heavy Metal band "Savatage" (my all time favorite). Many of the TSO songs can be originally found on the obscure Savatage album called "Dead Winter Dead".

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Wed Feb 07, 2007 11:28 am      Reply with quote
I got songs without singer... so just plain piano music.
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:34 pm      Reply with quote
Cool thread! I own a 4Gig iPod Nano.
My playlist includes:

Rap/Soul/Hiphop
The Roots
Bilal
D'angelo
Common
Talib Kweli
Erykah Badu
John Legend
Mos Def
Sade

Rock/Pop/etc
Radiohead
The Police
Sting

Classical
Bach
Tchaikovski
Brahms

Jazz
Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood
Norah Jones
Fourplay
Brad Mehldau
Bebel Gilberto
Paulinho Moska


Soundtrack

March of the Penguins

among others...
anyone with similar taste?
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:53 pm      Reply with quote
I can't even begin to remember what I have on there. I have an IRiver which I'm a loyal customer too as I've moved up their MP3players from the 250, to 520 and then onto their 20KB.

I have anything from jazz,swing,blues,house,rap,hip hop,top 20, pop and the list goes on.

Some artists would be: Michael Buble, Sarah McLachlin, Eva Cassidy, Nas, Mariah Carey, Jay-Z, Ella FItzgeral, Stevie Wonder, Stone Temple Pilots, Coldplay, Matchbox 20...etc

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Emma2006 wrote:
I think I must be the only person who does not have one.
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I also never have my mobile phone swtiched on - it's only for emergencies in the car.
I am a dinasour.


Nope, there are two of us. Laughing
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:36 pm      Reply with quote
Thanks for sharing everyone Smile
Gave me a lot of ideas!
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