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itunes survey

via sistercoyote

Instructions: Open up your iTunes and fill out this survey, no matter how embarrassing the responses might be.

How many songs total: 7124 "items". 600 of them are snippets of Pimsleur Japanese instruction tapes
How many hours or days of music: 21.1 days

Most recently played: "Can I Get a Witness," Marvin Gaye
Most played: "There Is No Rose of Swych Vertu," Mediæval Bæbes
Most recently added: Bon Jovi, Crush

Sort by song title
First Song: "A-Tisket A-Tasket," Ella Fitzgerald, 75th Birthday Celebration
Last Song: "12345678910," Human Sexual Response

Sort by time
Shortest Song: "Interlude: Memory," (0:05) Janet Jackson Velvet Rope
Longest Song: "Craving, Suffering, and Choice: Spiritual and Scientific Explorations of Human Experience, Part II" (2:30:52), His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama and Various Medical and Buddhist Professors and Scholars, The Dalai Lama at Stanford
(The longest piece of music is "Requium 2 Dies irae" (36:52), Giuseppe Verdi, performed by Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, cond. by Robert Shaw)

Sort by album
First album: A, Andy Scott's Sweet
Last album: 1999, Prince

First song that comes up on Shuffle: "Relay", The Who, Hooligans

Search the following and state how many songs come up:
Death - 162 (but 140 of them are 3-minute tracks of the audiobook A Red Death by Walter Mosley)
Life - 103
Love - 246
Hate – 26 (but 20 of them are from "L'invitation au chateau" composed by Francis Poulenc)
You - 390
Sex – 22 (but 3 are from "Sextet" also composed by Poulenc, and 1 is David Essex)
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