iTunes Breakdown Game!

Took from LadyVamp! Thank you!

Pull up your iTunes, music, iPod, or whatever you use to store you digital music and answer the following questions!

I used my I-Pod!

How many songs:  626

Sort by song title:
First Song: Addicted- Amy Winehouse

Last Song: 이러지마 제발 (Please Don’t…)-   K.Will

 

Sort by time:
Shortest Song: Vivaldi’s Concerto in C for 2 Trumpets (:49)
Longest Song: Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture (18:06)

Sort by artist:
First Artist: AC/DC- Thunderstruck
Last Artist: The Zombies- Time of the Season

Sort by album:
First Album: The Age of Plastic- The Buggles
(Video Killed the Radio Star for you young ones)
Last Album: Don’t You (Forget About Me)    Simple Minds    80’s Super Hits

 

Top Three Most Played Songs:

Smokey Taboo- CocoRosie (95 plays)

Tango to Evora- Loreena McKennitt (87 plays)

Hold Tight- Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mich and Tich (82 plays)

 

Search each word and type the first song to appear

Death: Cherry’s Dance of Death- Planet Terror Soundtrack
Life: Best Day of My Life- American Authors
Love: Crazy Little Thing Called Love- Queen
Hate:
You: Crazy For You- Adele
Sex: Blood Sugar Sex Magic- Red Hot Chili Peppers

Lies:

Sad:

Butt: Butthole Surfers- Pepper (yes, I know it’s the band and not the song, but it’s all I’ve got)

Purple:

Music: Please Don’t Stop the Music- Rihanna

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4 thoughts on “iTunes Breakdown Game!

  1. Catherine K says:

    I love this! How do you sort by time and find most played on your iPod?

  2. Catherine K says:

    Ahh, I didn’t know if there was a way to do it on your iPod without going into iTunes.

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