musical voyeurism

For no reason at all, here are the top 35 most-played songs on my iTunes at work.  I wish I were still the kind of person who uploaded mp3 files of all these songs for you, but I’m not.  You should really look into Helvetia, though.

Broken Social Scene – Hotel
Cary Brothers – Canada
Helvetia – Beezlebub
Helvetia – Gladness (Is In the Heart)
Helvetia – Summer
Interpol – PDA
Liz Phair – Shane
Magnetic Fields – Two Characters in Search of a Country Song
The National – Fake Empire
The National – Mistaken for Strangers
The New Pornographers – Myriad Harbour
The Pixies – Bone Machine
The Pixies – Holiday Song
Rogue Wave – Harmonium
Rogue Wave – Like I Needed
Rogue Wave – Chicago x 12
Rogue Wave – Lake Michigan
Rogue Wave – Ghost
Rogue Wave – Sewn Up
The Sea and Cake – Up on Crutches
The Sea and Cake – Too Strong
The Sea and Cake – Crossing Line
The Sea and Cake – Middlenight
The Sea and Cake – Coconut
The Sea and Cake – Exact to Me
The Sea and Cake – Lightning
Shout out Louds – Blue Headlights
Shout out Louds – Normandie
Stars – My Favourite Book
Stars – The Ghost of Genova Heights
Sun Kil Moon – Lily and Parrots
Sun Kil Moon – Carry Me Ohio
Tegan and Sara – Back in Your Head
Wolf Parade – Grounds for Divorce
Wolf Parade – Shine a Light

7 thoughts on “musical voyeurism

  1. Good stuff. I still have a comp. that I listen too as a comp. that you put up as mp3s last year or something. It introduced me to and included Camera Obscura, Phoenix, Rogue Wave, Secret Machines, Band of Horses, among others.

    So, yea, thanks for that! ; )

  2. David, I guess I didn’t think of it that way, but yeah, you’re right.

    jamesbird, I’m glad you liked the comp!

  3. My Annuals obsession occurred last spring and summer, before I got this job and this computer. Had I been at this computer back then, “Bleary-Eyed” and “Dry Clothes” would certainly be on there.

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