My Last.fm Top 50
(It had to be done.)
1                        The Verve  3,622 | 2                        Ride 2,9373  My Bloody Valentine  2,767 | 4                        Oasis  1,9715                        U2  1,797 | 6                        Pink Floyd  1,6777                        The Charlatans  1,595 | 8                        The La’s  1,5909                        Radiohead  1,384 | 10                        Spiritualized  1,35311                        The Stone Roses  1,318 |  12                        Led Zeppelin  1,29613                        The Dandy Warhols  1,195 | 14                        The Smiths  1,16715                        Spacemen 3  1,142 | 16                        The Who 1,11117                        Coldplay  935 | 18                        Blur  92819                        Black Rebel Motorcycle Club  864 | 19                        Lush  86421                        Working for a Nuclear Free City  791 | 22                        Hurricane #1  74223                        Suede  726 | 24                        Tears For Fears 65725                        Adorable  623 | 26                        Travis  60627                        Primal Scream  541 | 28                        The Soup Dragons  46329                        Beck  444 |  30                        The Rolling Stones  44331                        Kula Shaker  440 | 32                        David Gilmour  42933                        Happy Mondays  427 | 34                        Nick Drake  37235                        Mark Owen  368 | 35                        The Brian Jonestown Massacre  36837                        The Monkees  362 | 38                        Thomas Newman  35439                        Echo & The Bunnymen  330 | 40                        Snow Patrol  32341                        Syd Barrett  309 | 42                        The Beatles  30543                        Richard Ashcroft  287 | 44                        Keane  28145                        Sonic Boom  268 | 46                        The Jesus And Mary Chain  25547                        New Order  244 | 48                        Joy Division  23249                        The Hives  231 | 50                        Ramones  225
The Charlatans feel very comfortable below Ride - old soulmates. Cutest bands in the world.
Radiohead below Oasis - for the win.
U2 feel comfortable in the corner. They’re one of my subtler interests. And omg, I have the biggest guitarist crush ever on The Edge. It’s gotten worse than my infatuation with Jimmy Page. And that’s something…
Led Zeppelin in the middle of nowhere. No, wait, they’re next to the Stone Roses. XD Hahaha, omg. John Squire - Jimmy fanboy no. 1.
The Smiths next to Spacemen 3. Yeaaaaah… 80s indie vs 80s underground.
Black Rebel Motorcycle don’t feel part of anything. But they’re next to Lush, aw, bless. <3
Suede below Blur. No further comment.
Travis next to Primal Scream. Scottish brothers.
Primal Scream are in near proximity to Tears For Fears. Psychology references, lol.
Happy Mondays below The Soup Dragons. Do they feel offended? Do they think they should be higher up? Yeaaah, Shaun wants it that way.
And Mark Owen next to Nick Drake. Mark would be ecstatic. :D It looks as if he was dreaming of The Rolling Stones. <3
The Brian Jonestown Massacre below Kula Shaker, above Syd Barrett and next to The Monkees. They feel at home. I would put them right in the middle of all three.
I bet Thomas Newman is so smug, being the only film composer among those 50 artists.
And George Harrison still looks like Liam Gallagher on the Beatles image.
Keane’s Tom Chaplin is into Radiohead (obviously).
New Order right before Joy Division? I never noticed that. New Order only recently got that high after I finally bought “International”. I bet half of those 12 plays are “Touched By The Hand Of God”.
The Hives and The Ramones end my top 50 with some punk.
People who didn’t make it into the top 50 (yet):
                        51                        Donovan  224 | 52                                                                                                                                           Johnny Marr and The Healers  216            53                        Bob Dylan  199 | 54                        Interpol  194(Omg, I just accidentally spotter images of Interpol as a threesome. Yeah, rub it in already…)                   55                        Take That  192 | 56                        Dead Can Dance  178              57                        Graduate  177 | 58                        Ryan Adams  149    59                        Zoé  144 | 60                        Kasabian  132       61                        R.E.M.  118 | 62                        Gorillaz  105                      63                        Chapterhouse  102 | 64                        Biff Bang Pow!  101            65                        Elvis Presley  99 | 65                        Kashmir  99               67                        The Cure  93 | 68                        Robbie Williams  80(Robbie Williams: Old habits die hard.)                   69                        Kings Of Leon  77 |  70                        The Strokes  74(The remnants of my youth… I remember when both bands were still “indie”. You know… You’d be grateful if they appeared in a magazine. The days of “Molly’s Chamber” and “Reptilia”. The days of my Julian Casablancas obsession…)

My Last.fm Top 50

(It had to be done.)

1 Play The Verve  3,622 | 2 Play Ride 2,937
Play My Bloody Valentine 2,767 | 4 Play Oasis 1,971
5 Play U2 1,797 | 6 Play Pink Floyd 1,677
7 Play The Charlatans 1,595 | 8 Play The La’s 1,590
9 Play Radiohead 1,384 | 10 Play Spiritualized 1,353
11 Play The Stone Roses 1,318 |  12 Play Led Zeppelin 1,296
13 Play The Dandy Warhols 1,195 | 14 Play The Smiths 1,167
15 Play Spacemen 3 1,142 | 16 Play The Who 1,111
17 Play Coldplay 935 | 18 Play Blur 928
19 Play Black Rebel Motorcycle Club 864 | 19 Play Lush 864
21 Play Working for a Nuclear Free City 791 | 22 Play Hurricane #1 742
23 Play Suede 726 | 24 Play Tears For Fears 657
25 Play Adorable 623 | 26 Play Travis 606
27 Play Primal Scream 541 | 28 Play The Soup Dragons 463
29 Play Beck 444 |  30 Play The Rolling Stones 443
31 Play Kula Shaker 440 | 32 Play David Gilmour 429
33 Play Happy Mondays 427 | 34 Play Nick Drake 372
35 Play Mark Owen 368 | 35 Play The Brian Jonestown Massacre 368
37 Play The Monkees 362 | 38 Play Thomas Newman 354
39 Play Echo & The Bunnymen 330 | 40 Play Snow Patrol 323
41 Play Syd Barrett 309 | 42 Play The Beatles 305
43 Play Richard Ashcroft 287 | 44 Play Keane 281
45 Play Sonic Boom 268 | 46 Play The Jesus And Mary Chain 255
47 Play New Order 244 | 48 Play Joy Division 232
49 Play The Hives 231 | 50 Play Ramones 225

  • The Charlatans feel very comfortable below Ride - old soulmates. Cutest bands in the world.

  • Radiohead below Oasis - for the win.

  • U2 feel comfortable in the corner. They’re one of my subtler interests. And omg, I have the biggest guitarist crush ever on The Edge. It’s gotten worse than my infatuation with Jimmy Page. And that’s something…

  • Led Zeppelin in the middle of nowhere. No, wait, they’re next to the Stone Roses. XD Hahaha, omg. John Squire - Jimmy fanboy no. 1.

  • The Smiths next to Spacemen 3. Yeaaaaah… 80s indie vs 80s underground.

  • Black Rebel Motorcycle don’t feel part of anything. But they’re next to Lush, aw, bless. <3

  • Suede below Blur. No further comment.

  • Travis next to Primal Scream. Scottish brothers.

  • Primal Scream are in near proximity to Tears For Fears. Psychology references, lol.

  • Happy Mondays below The Soup Dragons. Do they feel offended? Do they think they should be higher up? Yeaaah, Shaun wants it that way.

  • And Mark Owen next to Nick Drake. Mark would be ecstatic. :D It looks as if he was dreaming of The Rolling Stones. <3

  • The Brian Jonestown Massacre below Kula Shaker, above Syd Barrett and next to The Monkees. They feel at home. I would put them right in the middle of all three.

  • I bet Thomas Newman is so smug, being the only film composer among those 50 artists.

  • And George Harrison still looks like Liam Gallagher on the Beatles image.

  • Keane’s Tom Chaplin is into Radiohead (obviously).

  • New Order right before Joy Division? I never noticed that. New Order only recently got that high after I finally bought “International”. I bet half of those 12 plays are “Touched By The Hand Of God”.

  • The Hives and The Ramones end my top 50 with some punk.

People who didn’t make it into the top 50 (yet):

                       
51 Play Donovan 224 | 52   Johnny Marr and The Healers 216

           
53 Play Bob Dylan 199 | 54 Play Interpol 194
(Omg, I just accidentally spotter images of Interpol as a threesome. Yeah, rub it in already…)

                  
55 Play Take That 192 | 56 Play Dead Can Dance 178

             
57 Play Graduate 177 | 58 Play Ryan Adams 149

   
59 Play Zoé 144 | 60 Play Kasabian 132

      
61 Play R.E.M. 118 | 62 Play Gorillaz 105

                     
63 Play Chapterhouse 102 | 64 Play Biff Bang Pow! 101

           
65 Play Elvis Presley 99 | 65 Play Kashmir 99

              
67 Play The Cure 93 | 68 Play Robbie Williams 80
(Robbie Williams: Old habits die hard.)

                  
69 Play Kings Of Leon 77 |  70 Play The Strokes 74
(The remnants of my youth… I remember when both bands were still “indie”. You know… You’d be grateful if they appeared in a magazine. The days of “Molly’s Chamber” and “Reptilia”. The days of my Julian Casablancas obsession…)

My Last.fm Top 50

(It had to be done.)

1 Play The Verve  3,622 | 2 Play Ride 2,937
Play My Bloody Valentine 2,767 | 4 Play Oasis 1,971
5 Play U2 1,797 | 6 Play Pink Floyd 1,677
7 Play The Charlatans 1,595 | 8 Play The La’s 1,590
9 Play Radiohead 1,384 | 10 Play Spiritualized 1,353
11 Play The Stone Roses 1,318 |  12 Play Led Zeppelin 1,296
13 Play The Dandy Warhols 1,195 | 14 Play The Smiths 1,167
15 Play Spacemen 3 1,142 | 16 Play The Who 1,111
17 Play Coldplay 935 | 18 Play Blur 928
19 Play Black Rebel Motorcycle Club 864 | 19 Play Lush 864
21 Play Working for a Nuclear Free City 791 | 22 Play Hurricane #1 742
23 Play Suede 726 | 24 Play Tears For Fears 657
25 Play Adorable 623 | 26 Play Travis 606
27 Play Primal Scream 541 | 28 Play The Soup Dragons 463
29 Play Beck 444 |  30 Play The Rolling Stones 443
31 Play Kula Shaker 440 | 32 Play David Gilmour 429
33 Play Happy Mondays 427 | 34 Play Nick Drake 372
35 Play Mark Owen 368 | 35 Play The Brian Jonestown Massacre 368
37 Play The Monkees 362 | 38 Play Thomas Newman 354
39 Play Echo & The Bunnymen 330 | 40 Play Snow Patrol 323
41 Play Syd Barrett 309 | 42 Play The Beatles 305
43 Play Richard Ashcroft 287 | 44 Play Keane 281
45 Play Sonic Boom 268 | 46 Play The Jesus And Mary Chain 255
47 Play New Order 244 | 48 Play Joy Division 232
49 Play The Hives 231 | 50 Play Ramones 225

  • The Charlatans feel very comfortable below Ride - old soulmates. Cutest bands in the world.

  • Radiohead below Oasis - for the win.

  • U2 feel comfortable in the corner. They’re one of my subtler interests. And omg, I have the biggest guitarist crush ever on The Edge. It’s gotten worse than my infatuation with Jimmy Page. And that’s something…

  • Led Zeppelin in the middle of nowhere. No, wait, they’re next to the Stone Roses. XD Hahaha, omg. John Squire - Jimmy fanboy no. 1.

  • The Smiths next to Spacemen 3. Yeaaaaah… 80s indie vs 80s underground.

  • Black Rebel Motorcycle don’t feel part of anything. But they’re next to Lush, aw, bless. <3

  • Suede below Blur. No further comment.

  • Travis next to Primal Scream. Scottish brothers.

  • Primal Scream are in near proximity to Tears For Fears. Psychology references, lol.

  • Happy Mondays below The Soup Dragons. Do they feel offended? Do they think they should be higher up? Yeaaah, Shaun wants it that way.

  • And Mark Owen next to Nick Drake. Mark would be ecstatic. :D It looks as if he was dreaming of The Rolling Stones. <3

  • The Brian Jonestown Massacre below Kula Shaker, above Syd Barrett and next to The Monkees. They feel at home. I would put them right in the middle of all three.

  • I bet Thomas Newman is so smug, being the only film composer among those 50 artists.

  • And George Harrison still looks like Liam Gallagher on the Beatles image.

  • Keane’s Tom Chaplin is into Radiohead (obviously).

  • New Order right before Joy Division? I never noticed that. New Order only recently got that high after I finally bought “International”. I bet half of those 12 plays are “Touched By The Hand Of God”.

  • The Hives and The Ramones end my top 50 with some punk.

People who didn’t make it into the top 50 (yet):

                       
51 Play Donovan 224 | 52   Johnny Marr and The Healers 216

           
53 Play Bob Dylan 199 | 54 Play Interpol 194
(Omg, I just accidentally spotter images of Interpol as a threesome. Yeah, rub it in already…)

                  
55 Play Take That 192 | 56 Play Dead Can Dance 178

             
57 Play Graduate 177 | 58 Play Ryan Adams 149

   
59 Play Zoé 144 | 60 Play Kasabian 132

      
61 Play R.E.M. 118 | 62 Play Gorillaz 105

                     
63 Play Chapterhouse 102 | 64 Play Biff Bang Pow! 101

           
65 Play Elvis Presley 99 | 65 Play Kashmir 99

              
67 Play The Cure 93 | 68 Play Robbie Williams 80
(Robbie Williams: Old habits die hard.)

                  
69 Play Kings Of Leon 77 |  70 Play The Strokes 74
(The remnants of my youth… I remember when both bands were still “indie”. You know… You’d be grateful if they appeared in a magazine. The days of “Molly’s Chamber” and “Reptilia”. The days of my Julian Casablancas obsession…)

tags   last.fm  
2 years ago on 6 October 2011 ~ 6:38pm