Thursday, August 26th, 2004

The iPod Shuffle

Yeah, there’s a lot of politics going on this week. So here’s an article I’ve been waiting for–a look into the iPod Shuffle function.

Just got back from LA where I spent 13 hours on the road with the little thing. Here’s the last 50 songs it coughed up:

Passover Joy Division
Isisu Somhambi (Music Which Feeds The Guests) Mahotella Queens
Justice Tonight/Kick It Over The Clash
Waimanalo Blues Billy Kaui & Country Comfort
Why (Feat. Anthony Hamilton) Jadakiss
Just Another Soldier Minutemen
Adelita Trio Mocoto
Losing My Edge LCD Soundsystem
Mr. Nine Buju Banton
Everything’s Disappeared Steinski & Mass Media
Home Is Where The Hatred Is Gil Scott-Heron
Be Thankful For What You Got Donovan Carless
Night Nurse Gregory Isaacs
Straighten It Out Pete Rock & CL Smooth
Rat Race Gift Of Gab
Kid Charlemagne Steely Dan
Please Stay (Once You Go Away) Marvin Gaye
Wave Of Mutilation (U.K Surf Mix) Pixies
Intro: Live At Sting Ninja Man 0:51
Blackjack Tortoise 4:07 Standards
Freedom Suite I: Freedom II:Wanting III:To Be Free Young Disciples
Incredible M Beat Feat. General Levy
Guararey De Pastora Los Van Van
Solo Soy Un Van Van Los Van Van
Flowers Ghostface Killah F. Raekwon, Method Man & Superb
Holy Thursday David Axelrod
Sax Hoodlum Major Force Productions
It Serves Me Right John Lee Hooker
Chorou, chorou João Donato
Maggie’s Farm Rage Against The Machine
Me And Jesus The Pimp In A ’79 Granada Last Night The Coup
Finally Got Myself Together (I’m A Changed Man) The Impressions
Disc Jockey Skank King Tubby 3:41
There You Go Fania All-Stars
Paid Not Played Buju Banton
Down In Rwanda smith&mighty
Time Bomb Rancid
The Demon Pt. 2 Catalyst
London David Axelrod
Sean Flynn The Clash
A rã João Donato
Bummed Out City Joe Strummer And The Mescaleros
Positron Island Drexciya
One Session (Featuring Altered Egos) Lyrics Born
Fire Fire T.O.K.
Hora Derezar (1974) Mestre Nago
Naima Maulawi
Babylon Ah Listen Sizzla
Red Bus Needs To Leave! DJ Shadow
Ndongoy Daara Orchestra Baobab

I guess if the iPod favors Buju, Brazilian, Axelrod, Quannum, and Joe Strummer, who am I to complain?

posted by @ 9:27 am | 1 Comment

One Response to “The iPod Shuffle”

  1. wayne&wax says:

    is it really the ipod that favors Buju, Brazilian, Axelrod, Quannum, and Joe Strummer? hmmm.

    you heard dj c’s jungle remix of “babylon a fall”? it’s wicked. see, or directly:

    rock on.

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