19 November 2007

What's on your iPod?

I don't have an iPod - just a cute little MP3 player my mom gave me for Christmas last year and I use it just about every day while I'm running or otherwise working out. If I could wear it all day, I probably would.

There are over 250 songs crammed on to 1 gigabyte.

A sampling of artists:
The Beatles (lots)
Rolling Stones (not as much, but still some good stuff and I now know the lyrics to "Sympathy for the Devil" other than the "woo, woo" bits)
The Who
Blur
Gorillaz
Guadalcanal Diary (yes, Scott, "Always Saturday")
The Jam
The Smiths
Moby
The Killers
Franz Ferdinand
The Futureheads
Junior Senior
The Kaiser Chiefs
The Caesers
Snow Patrol
The Dandy Warhols
Oingo Boingo
Ministry
and a bunch of other bands/musical artists

What are you listening to these days?

1 comment:

Leeanthro said...

I have a favorites playlist for morning trips to school that includes:

Ralph's World: Me and My Invisible Friend; Gitarzan

James Taylor: Sweet Baby James; Carolina in my mind.

Yes, that's what my 3-year-old requests every morning!

I have a few books on my iPod that I'm listening to. I'm trying to get through Barack Obama's Audacity of Hope sometime before the presidential election. I just finished another Gregory Maguire. And I just uploaded Barbara Kingslover's Animal, Vegetable, Miracle.

Podcasts: Offical Lost podcast, Mother Popper, Delta Park Project, America the Green

I need to head to iTunes and purchase some Go Go's. I could swear we had that CD, but I guess we don't. Preschoolers "got the beat" that's for sure!