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Jan 5, 2012 3:12am

blog all oft-played tracks III

These tracks:

  1. were added to iTunes in 2011,
  2. and listened to a lot.

I do these each year, lately. Also: everything as an .m3u playlist.

1. Kanye West: Runaway feat. Pusha T

It’s actually a bit embarrassing how much I listened to this album overall. Runaway, All Of The Lights, and Lost In The World are all amazing tracks, and it all hangs together amazingly.

2. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs: Matador

My roommate in college loved this.

3. Skinny Puppy: Worlock

Rabies (produced by Al Jourgensen) is one of those early-guitar industrial albums balanced right on the edge of dance music.

4. Elbow: Grounds For Divorce

I think this was in Burn After Reading.

5. Paul Simon: The Boy In The Bubble

This year was the 25th anniversary of Graceland. I grabbed a copy, and still remembered all of the lyrics to every song.

6. Skeeter Davis: The End Of The World

7. Adele: Rolling In The Deep

Ubiquitous, amazing voice.

8. Jay-Z: Dirt Off Your Shoulder

Why did I never pay attention to this album when it came out? Dirt Off Your Shoulder is the track from the “milk” studio video with Timbaland.

9. Blamstrain: Ei Voi Olla Tanssimatta

Thanks, Ryan!

10. Technotronic: Pump Up The Jam

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