Mike Eternity

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Mike's iPod Anniversary Inventory: Year 3

Artist Song Buy
The Dutchess and the Duke  Armageddon Song (78)  buy on itunes
Toots & the Maytals  Pomp & Pride (57)  buy on itunes
The Dutchess and the Duke  I am Just a Ghost (49)  buy on itunes
The Animals  House of the Rising Sun (47)  buy on itunes
The Very Best (Esau Mwamwaya & Radioclit)  Chikondi (46)  buy on itunes
Universal Poplab  Summer Struck (44)  buy on itunes
The Doors  People are Strange (40)  buy on itunes
Matt and Kim  Daylight (39)  buy on itunes
Okkervil River  Singer Songwriter (38)  buy on itunes
Boxer the Horse  Jackson Leftfield (37)  buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Beach Shack (37)  buy on itunes
MGMT  Kids (37)  buy on itunes
Dan Deacon  Get Older (36)  buy on itunes
Detektivbyran  En Annan Typ Av Disco (33)  buy on itunes
Franz Ferdinand  Lucid Dreams (album version) (33)  buy on itunes
Amanda Palmer  Oasis (31)  buy on itunes
Los Campesinos!  We are Beautiful, We are Doomed (31)  buy on itunes
Matt and Kim  Good Ol' Fashion Nightmare (31)  buy on itunes
Jason Holstrom  The Thieves of Kailua (29)  buy on itunes
Infadels  Free Things for Poor People (28)  buy on itunes
The Shake Ups  Can't Stop the Signal (28)  buy on itunes
The Welcome Wagon  But for You Who Fear My Name (28)  buy on itunes
Yeah Yeah Yeahs  Zero (28)  buy on itunes
Ben Kweller  Fight (27)  buy on itunes
Claudio Villa  Tic Ti Tic Ta (27)  buy on itunes
The Very Best (Esau Mwamwaya & Radioclit)  Dinosaur on the Ark (27)  buy on itunes
The Raveonettes  That Great Love Sound (26)  buy on itunes
Creedence Clearwater Revival  It Came Out of the Sky (25)  buy on itunes
Camera Obscura  French Navy (24)  buy on itunes


Damn, I've only had an iPod for 3 measely years? Seems like I've been relying on this thing most of my life..

Anyway, hey gang! I've been gone for about, uh, an entire year. Bad changes were afoot. I missed AOTM, posting and commenting. Countless mixes have been composed in the interim, but instead of looking back, I'll start from here, May 2009. And being my only officially recurring mix theme, I might as well start here on the 3rd anniversary of my highest-playcount mixes.

Amazingly, I'm still using the same first iPod I got back in April 2006. It's steadily becoming more senile, but still a reliable tool. The actual problems over time have been with the computers themselves. I've been through 3 different iTunes since I started, due to a hard drive crash here and change of address there, plus my stupid inability to back up the iTunes info beforehand.

Anyway my life is still in a curious holding pattern, so after nearly a year of being at my new place, I still haven't put all my old music back onto iTunes. Which means everything on it is from about July 2008-right now. A few past recruits, but mostly music I began listening to after that point. Eventually I'll combine all libraries to form my magnum opus iTunes. Until then, I'm running on a more timely 2850-song junior database. And these are the [great] songs I've listened to the most, according to iTunes.

Interestingly the numeric stats are pretty similar to the completely different batch from 2008. Guess that's just how I roll.

- the only artist who also appeared on last year's: Dan Deacon

- the only artists who also appeared on my first inventory, in 2007: Los Campesinos and The Raveonettes (same song!)


Mike Eternity
Date: 5/6/2009
P.S. I think AOTM hates me. Not only can I not access my older mixes, but every time I tried posting this mix with the paragraph breaks () it blocked me saying there was some security breach. So I had to take them all out, leaving us with this ugly long block of text that no one will want to read. I apologize sincerely, but I tried...
Date: 5/6/2009
I always enjoyed these, and it reminds me to dig out more Dutchess and the Duke
Date: 5/6/2009
I still have a first-generation iPod from 2001. It still works - although it can't run off a cha_rge for more than about an hour, it makes a great port_able hard drive and runs great when plugged directly into a computer. I'm not sure how closely my most-played tracks relate to my general listening habits, as I still listen to a lot of CDs. This is fun to see, and I'm ashamed of how many of your most-listened-to artists I've never heard of (about one-third).
Date: 5/12/2009
Long time Mike, good to see you still kicking it. I can't find much to complain about here save for maybe Kweller who after 2 great records dro'pped the ball IMHO. This looks like a top listen.

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