#16. Scrobble 50,000 tracks of music on Last.fm
16. Scrobble 50,000 tracks of music on Last.fm (28,000/50,000)
A year or two back and I would have told you that I was addicted to last.fm. Iwas always online, looking at stats, checking out recommended bands, gigs, photos, chatting to other music lovers, joining groups & enjoying new digs but these days I’m a lot less active on the site.
I admit that I don’t keep up with music as much as I used to. At least, I don’t make as much time for it as much as I used to.
It’s funny, because as you discover new interests, you find less time for the others. The more I read, the less I watch tv, the less I watch tv, the more time I have for e.g. blogging.
But having a last.fm profile is good in the sense that you can keep track of everything you’ve ever listened to (though for some reason my last.fm has trouble scrobbling music from my iPod so the stats are a little inaccurate).
And looking back my tastes have changed SO much. I’d like to use the word “evolved” but that suggests that my music taste is now .. better. Haha, I don’t know about that ~ I certainly do not want to come off as a close-minded music elitist (I probably do though ;-x).
I listen to a lot more than I used to. I’m not loyal to many bands because I’m too greedy. I do admire certain artists though but don’t like being too attached.
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(there really isn’t much more to say you see, I hope you the pretty pictures distracted you from the terrible quality of this post) ! :-D
And if you’ve read all the way down to the bottom, let me tell you this. If you click on each of the images, it will lead you to a link to download my fave song by them ;-) ENJOY mes amis !