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Most Heard Songs

I got this idea from Kottke. What’s the play count on your most played song in your iTunes library?
My top five on my work machine are:
Sunday Morning by The Service Entrance, 32 plays
Fake Plastic Trees by The Service Entrance, 29 plays
It’s Good To Be In Love by Frou Frou, 28 plays
Police and Thieves by Junior Murvin, 28 plays
Oh Mandy by The Spinto Band, 28 plays
My top five on my iPod are:
Wordless Chorus by My Morning Jacket, 44 plays
If She Wants Me by Belle and Sebastian, 42 plays
On My Mind by Kalai, 31 plays
Some Devil by Dave Matthews, 27 plays
Oh My Love by John Lennon, 27 plays
Now you.

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6 Responses

  1. Vincenzo says:

    how do you know how many plays each song has on your ipod? is in the song info function?

  2. Josie says:

    Go to view options, select play count, then in iTunes sort by play count. 🙂

  3. Annalynn says:

    #1 “The Anthem” by Pitbull
    #2 “Nessun Dorma” by Paul Potts
    #3 “Hallelujah” by James Castro (American Idol)

  4. carolyn says:

    Neat! I’ve never used play count before! On my laptop (not my usual jukebox) it’s:
    1. 1980 – Estelle: 22
    2. Chicago Falcon – The Budos Band ft. Wale: 20
    3. Don’t Stop the Music – Rihanna: 19
    4. Run – Gnarls Barkley: 16
    5. Everyone Nose – N.E.R.D.: 12

  5. Gene Park says:

    1) “Circle Songs” by Keoki Kahumoku (14)
    2) “Fear is the mindkiller” by Adam Freeland (8)
    3) “All out of love” by Air Supply (7)
    4) Waltz No. 1 in E Flat, Op. “Grande Valse Brillante” by Chopin (6)
    5) “Torture me” by Metric (4)
    I don’t listen to iTunes that much. And when I do, apparently I get weird moods.

  6. Toni says:

    Wolfgang Armadeus Mozart – Symphony No. 17 – Allegro
    The Service Entrance – Song For The Thoughtless Avril Lavigne – Things I’ll Never Say
    Damien Rice – Cannonball
    Wolfgang Armadeus Mozart – Serenade No. 7 in D major K 250 Haffner – Andante

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