What I've been listening to

I've been using the AudioScrobbler plugin for a few weeks now, and it's produced a really detailed summary of my listening habits, including top-tens and all sorts of other stuff. Visit the site to see the full breakdown, but here's a summary:

My top 10 artists:

  1. Jellyfish - love them. SO. MUCH.
  2. 2 Many DJ's - Rik is wrong, this is good!
  3. JC Chasez - This album is a sleeper hit waiting to happen
  4. Alanis Morissette - So Called Chaos is her best effort since Jagged Little Pill.
  5. Paul Simon - I got back onto Graceland again
  6. Maroon 5 - solidly re-listenable
  7. Scissor Sisters - overrated, but still good
  8. Alcazar - I'm sorry. I'm so, so sorry.
  9. Snow Patrol - Okay. Not amazing.
  10. David Bowie - just got Greatest Hits

My top 10 songs are all Jellyfish: it can't be overestimated how much I've been listening to them recently. This is a pretty accurate representation of my relative preference for Jellyfish songs, too, although I think I prefer Sebrina, Paste and Plato slightly more than Bye Bye Bye:

  1. Jellyfish - Bye bye bye
  2. Jellyfish - Sebrina, Paste And Plato
  3. Jellyfish - He's My Best Friend
  4. Jellyfish - Glutton Of Sympathy
  5. Jellyfish - The Ghost At Number One
  6. Jellyfish - Russian Hill
  7. Jellyfish - Brighter Day
  8. Jellyfish - Hush
  9. Jellyfish - New Mistake
  10. Jellyfish - All Is Forgiven

I also bought an absolute storm of new-to-me but generally quite old albums last night. It'll be interesting to see how they turn up in the rankings...

I'm really a lot more into music than I've ever been before. I don't know why that is.

Update: The trailer for Michael Moore's new movie Fahrenheit 9/11 has been pulled from the official site due to high demand, but it's available as a bitTorrent file. God bless Bram Cohen.