80K and rising


28 Ene 2012, 16:37

Usually I only make journal entries for palindromic scobbles. I'm not sure when or why I decided this.

I suppose it just seemed different from the majority of people who marked regular significant scrobbles e.g.) 500, 1000, 10,000 etc. etc and let's face it. Who doesn't like to be different? OK, I know a lot of you reading this are probably saying "Me" out loud but anyway, indulge me for a minute or two longer, I'm almost done.

The problem with palindromic scrobble journal entry writing is it's difficult to make a generalised statement on music listening. This is why I made a note of when I scrobbled my 79,000th track and made a mental note to remember to note when I scrobbled my 80,000th track. That was early on in the wee small hours of yesterday.

On 27 January I scrobbled Johnny Cash's cover of theNine Inch Nails classic Hurt Not a bad 80k milestone if you ask me.

It also allows me easily work out that between 31 December and 27 January I scrobbled 1,000 tracks. That's roughly 37 tracks a day.

I wonder how long it would have taken to scrobble that number if I could have included music listened to via the hi-fi and let's not get started with the hours spent tuned into the radio.


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