Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Top 25

I wonder what the top 25 most played songs on my iPod say about me...

Here they are:
25: Rain in the Summertime: the Alarm
24: Hot for Teacher: Van Halen
23: Beautiful Scandalous Night: Robbie Seay Band
22: Blitzkrieg Bop: the Ramones
21: Hungry: Kathryn Scott

20: Under the Milky Way: the Church
19: How Great Thou Art: Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
18: Can't Go Back: Robbie Seay Band
17: Eternal One: Robbie Seay Band
16: (don't go back to) Rockville: R.E.M.

15: Unfailing Love: Chris Tomlin/Steven Curtis Chapman
14: Soon and Very Soon: Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
13: Be Glad: Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
12: Ring of Fire: Social Distortion
11: Love Wins: Robbie Seay Band

10: Head On: the Jesus and Mary Chain
9: Darklands: the Jesus and Mary Chain
8: Rainbow in the Dark: Dio
7: The Hallelujah Chorus: Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
6: Lick it Up: Kiss

5: Pretty in Pink: the Psychedelic Furs
4: Been Caught Stealing: Jane's Addiction
3: Bring on the Dancing Horses: Echo and the Bunnymen
2: Take the Skinheads Bowling: Camper van Beethoven
1: Living After Midnight: Judas Priest

4 comments:

Greg said...

One word: eclectic. But I think we all are, to some degree. Your eclecticism is a bit different than mine though.

Drew said...

I don't listen to anything when I run, but if I did I think I'd really like your play list. I really like the Alarm and some Jesus and Mary Chain. And the first "real" concert I attended was a The Call and The Psy Furs in Boston. Great show, great memories!

David Garcia said...

1. You love the classics!
2. You know where your soul is.

3. You rock.

I wonder if Smashing Pumpkins crossed your mind as well. Hehe.

The Thief/Rev. Run said...

I didn't use to like Smashing Pumpkins (when they got big in the 90s) but in the past year I've realized that I missed out. They're great.