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Listening to Music: A Random Sample

It’s funny that I bump into this because its been a running mental thread I’ve been having this week. The post over at The Bygonebureau takes a look at some of the idiosyncratic listening habits people have developed.

Daniel is compulsive about making sure his iTunes play counts reflect what he’s actually listened to and not just what he lets play while he’s away. So whenever he leaves the room, Daniel pauses the song, even if it’s just for a minute or two. As a result, his most played song, according to iTunes, is the Michael McDonald cover of Grizzly Bear’s “While You Wait for the Others,” with a total of thirteen plays.

via Catbird

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