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    Spotify 2019

    Just got my 2019 year in review of Spotify.

    I played 11,282 different songs in 2019.

    Number 1 artist was the Prodigy, with 60 hours played.

    #2: Wednesday 13
    #3: Monster Magnet
    #4: Kid Rock
    #5: Slayer

    Listened to artists from 44 different countries.

    Rock was my number 1 genre.

    #2: Alternative Metal
    #3: Emo
    #4: Rap
    #5: Modern Rap

    Most played songs:

    #1: The Prodigy - Boom Boom Tap
    #2: The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up
    #3: The Prodigy - Breathe
    #4: Backstreet Boys - I Want It That Way
    #5: Rednex - Cotton Eye Joe
    #6: The Prodigy - Firestarter
    #7: Kid Rock - Bawitdaba
    #8: Cannibal Corpse - Addicted to Vaginal Skin
    #9: John Carpenter - Halloween Theme
    #10: The Prodigy - Need Some1


    I discovered 754 new artists this year. I really vibed with the Vines, I explored 57 of their songs, listened to 6 of their albums, and spent over 3 hours with them.

    I started using Spotify in 2018, and my top artist and song in both 2018 and 2019 is Boom Boom Tap and the Prodigyl

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    Literally got Spotify about 2 or 3 weeks ago. So no review for me.

    My playlist is all over the place. I did think to myself last night though that I need some Prodigy on there.

    Rednex - Cotton Eye Joe does stand out a bit on your list, I must say.

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    I should note that I share Spotify with my wife, but oddly none of her artists or songs made it to the top. I think she has more variety, as I tend to listen to the same artists and songs over and over.

    Not sure about the Backstreet Boys being on the top songs list, I recall hearing that a couple of times, maybe it was left on repeat or something.

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    TOP ARTISTS

    1. The Beatles
    2. Pixies
    3. Talking Heads
    4. The Smiths
    5. Oasis

    TOP SONGS

    1. The Clean - Anything Could Happen
    2. The Pastels - Nothing To Be Done
    3. Talking Heads - Wild Wild Life
    4. Blondie - Heart of Glass
    5. Tame Impala - The Less I Know the Better
    6. Primal Scream - Loaded (Andy Weatherall Mix)
    7. The The - This is the Day
    8. Talking Heads - Psycho Killer
    9. Pixies - Wave of Mutilation
    10. The Beatles - You've Got to Hide Your Love Away

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    Top artists: Seether, Deftones, Norma Jean, Team Sleep, Crosses (probably because I have playlists specific to them)

    Top Songs:

    IOU - Mike Shinoda
    Got It Made - Seether
    Bored - Deftones
    Sword In Mouth, Fire Eyes - Norma Jean
    Shortwave Radio - Palms
    Never Leave - Seether
    Shadow On the Sun - Audioslave
    Outerspace - Cold
    Maggots At The Party - Combichrist
    These Days - Mike Stud

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    I was going through my email and I'm like, wtf? But then I remembered all of my kids use my account as well so that explains why certain artists and songs have smoked some of the artists I listen to regularly. I'm like, how the hell is STAIND #1? It's because of one of my sons listening to HOME 1000 times lol.

    Top Artists:
    Staind
    Deftones
    Twiztid
    ICP
    Nirvana

    Top Songs:
    "Is Happiness Just A Gift" by Vinnie Paz feat Yes Alexander
    "Generator" by Foo Fighters
    "Sunflower" by Swae Lee and Post Malone
    "Wheelz of Steel" by Outkast
    "Home" by Staind
    "Oh Me" by Nirvana and Meat Puppets (Unplugged)
    "Medicated Minutez" by Smutt Peddlers
    "Without Me" by Halsey
    "Shadowboxin" by GZA feat Method Man
    "Big Cheese" by Nirvana
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    My "decade" is pretty much more my speed:

    Top Artists:
    Incubus
    Deftones
    Cage
    ICP
    Twiztid

    Top Songs:
    *Only putting the top 5*
    "Generator" by Foo Fighters
    "Without Me" by Halsey
    "Rosemary" by Deftones
    "Medicated Minutez" by Smutt Peddlers
    "Wheelz of Steel" by Outkast

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    Surprised Rosemary wasn't in my top 10. Great song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagel View Post
    Surprised Rosemary wasn't in my top 10. Great song.
    Arguably their best. I bounce between Rosemary and Xerces as my personal favorites.

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    Top artists:
    Christina Aguilera
    Ariana Grande
    Taylor Swift
    Kongos
    Miley Cyrus

    Artist of Decade: Christina Aguilera

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melly View Post
    Top artists:
    Christina Aguilera
    Ariana Grande
    Taylor Swift
    Kongos
    Miley Cyrus

    Artist of Decade: Christina Aguilera
    Like I said above all 4 of my kids (ranging from 8-18) use my account so it caught me off guard when Ariana Grande was in like the top 20 of my favorite songs lol. I was like, who's been listening to Thank you Next a million times?? Also explains why Pop was #3 out of 5 genres I'd listened to in 2019.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nash Diesel View Post
    Like I said above all 4 of my kids (ranging from 8-18) use my account so it caught me off guard when Ariana Grande was in like the top 20 of my favorite songs lol. I was like, who's been listening to Thank you Next a million times?? Also explains why Pop was #3 out of 5 genres I'd listened to in 2019.
    Just means you gotta listen to a lot more music to drown that shit out. Whether it's driving to work, or walking, or doing Yoga, whatever it is you do, make sure you have Spotify playing. I expect better results from you this time next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    Just means you gotta listen to a lot more music to drown that shit out. Whether it's driving to work, or walking, or doing Yoga, whatever it is you do, make sure you have Spotify playing. I expect better results from you this time next year.
    lol

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    whats the deal with spotify, I mean, do you guys all pay $120 a year to listen to music rather than using that money to buy music? just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fro View Post
    whats the deal with spotify, I mean, do you guys all pay $120 a year to listen to music rather than using that money to buy music? just curious.
    my ipod used to be my most prized possession. i now stream my music almost exclusively. i got it all available at any time, without having to carry around another device or have it taking up memory on my phone. i can also check out new music and back catalogues very easily without having to commit to buying something i might not like. $120 in a year maybe buys you 12 albums. i have access to significantly more than 12 albums with a spotify subscription, plus a place to listen to podcasts and curated playlists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fro View Post
    whats the deal with spotify, I mean, do you guys all pay $120 a year to listen to music rather than using that money to buy music? just curious.
    I don't think I know anyone who still buys music that isn't vinyl. Everybody streams.

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    It's $144 a year here... and that would get me 6, maybe 7 albums, tops. I like being able to access it anywhere, any time. I like being able to listen to podcasts, loading up my favourite albums, sticking on a themed "radio" station or creating custom playlists.



    @BBF is to blame for my stats this year. The few weeks of Listening Room Week 2 saw Frank Turner get a lot of air play. Even after that, I would listen to Love Ire & Song a few times each week and would occasionally fall asleep after having put it on... at which point it would play 7-8 times till I woke up and turned it off. The first 4 tracks to that album are 4 of my top 5 songs for the year with the lead track to Devin Townsend's new album filling the other spot.

    Devy and Devin Townsend Project were my top two for the year... something to do with seeing him live in concert probably aided that.
    Dream Theater and Frank Turner took two more spots and my artist of the decade took the fifth.

    Matthew Good (and Matthew Good Band) were my top two for the decade. If this wrap had come out before I did my Listening Week, I probably would have picked Matthew Good. I love him and you should all love him too.

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    Yep pay $120 because it means I get new music as soon as it's released, I discover so many new artists, and it's too expensive to buy CDS all the time.

    - - - Updated - - -
    @Nash Diesel, haha I know my taste is that of a teenager with music.

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    I miss buying CDs, I really loved reading the liner notes, seeing the artwork, etc., but like others said it was getting too damn expensive. I used to feel I had more of a connection to the music when listening to it on CDs, but money saving is better I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    I miss buying CDs, I really loved reading the liner notes, seeing the artwork, etc., but like others said it was getting too damn expensive. I used to feel I had more of a connection to the music when listening to it on CDs, but money saving is better I suppose.
    It's still the same imo. You're still paying $10-15 for digital. I mean seriously how much money are you saving when you think about it?

    But it's also cheaper for the artist to go digital. You don't have to press up as many physical copies like you would have even 5 years ago.

    For me, I'm a physical copy guy. CD, tape, vinyl. And you know what people are missing out on the most? The journey. The journey to Sam Goody or Disc Jockey or even Best Buy and Target to get that new album on Tuesday. Closest you're going to get is when a new video game comes out and even then you could just DL it straight to your console half the time.

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    Top Artists -

    Vince Staples
    TOOL
    Maxo Kream
    Khruangbin
    Tee Grizzley

    Top Songs -

    Fear Inoculum - TOOL
    Maria Tambien - Khruangbin
    Run the Bands - Vince Staples
    Como Te Quiero - Khruangbin
    Outside! - Vince Staples
    No Effort - Tee Grizzley
    Solid - Z-Ro
    The Patient - TOOL
    Ever (Foreign Flag) - Team Sleep
    Breezeblocks - Alt-J

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nash Diesel View Post
    It's still the same imo. You're still paying $10-15 for digital. I mean seriously how much money are you saving when you think about it?
    How is it the same? You pay $10-15 per month for millions of songs vs paying that (or more) for one album you can keep?

    If I went out and bought every CURRENT studio album from my top 4 artists and they were at a flat price of $20, I would be looking at around $1200. That doesn't include any of their live work which would be another 10+ albums. That's nearly a decade of Spotify... a decade in which all of those artists are likely to release another 2-3 albums each ($160-240), a decade in which I will discover other artists I like and a decade I will want to listen to the other thousands of songs and artists I like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    How is it the same? You pay $10-15 per month for millions of songs vs paying that (or more) for one album you can keep?

    If I went out and bought every CURRENT studio album from my top 4 artists and they were at a flat price of $20, I would be looking at around $1200. That doesn't include any of their live work which would be another 10+ albums. That's nearly a decade of Spotify... a decade in which all of those artists are likely to release another 2-3 albums each ($160-240), a decade in which I will discover other artists I like and a decade I will want to listen to the other thousands of songs and artists I like.
    Sorry I thought the discussion wad comparing buying physical v digital copies of albums.

    And believe me....Spotify is great and has it perks but very few artists make real money by you streaming all their albums for free.

    So yeah...awesome for us we're getting their hard work for free but shitty for them bcuz they don't really make shit unless they're getting a billion streams.

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    I buy albums of favorite artists still also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melly View Post
    I buy albums of favorite artists still also.
    Same.

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    I still buy CDs of the bands I'm into and new artists once I've heard a few of their songs (often thanks to Spotify, which is mainly for the wife) because we've got a CD player in the car and I've got a stereo at work for music. If I'm just sitting at home I'll use the Spotify but the other main two places I am I still need CDs if I don't just want to listen to the radio.

    Yeah, so I'm the reason KONGOS are on @Melly's list 'cuz I've been streaming the shit out of 1929 Pt. 1 and Pt. 2 since they dropped, as well as their debut album on occasion, whenever I'm chilling at home (don't have them on CD yet).

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    I'm currently back in college and have drastically reduced hours at work. So I can't afford to buy CDs like I used to. Couple that with the fact that over half of my library has been stolen or lost over the last 10 years, and Spotify becomes very appealing. I can listen to old shit I no longer have a physical copy of, PLUS check out new shit on the go, whether it be a favorite artist's new album or completely new acts. I will always prefer the physical route, but time and money make it hard.

    When I'm paid decent again, I plan to use it the same way I used illegal downloading: check out stuff I hadn't heard before to decide whether I like it, then slowly start buying the actual copies.

    I'll post my stats soon, just had to get that out. Shout out to @Donald for having "Addicted to Vaginal Skin" in his top songs list.

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    My Top 5 Artists:
    1. Wu-Tang Clan
    2. Toby Fox(Undertale Soundtrack)
    3. Insane Clown Posse
    4. Ghostface Killah
    5. Beastie Boys

    The Undertale one is mostly because I was transcribing a song for a school project, whereas ICP was because I went to the Gathering this year and felt I had to refresh myself, since I don't really listen to them anymore. I'm kinda surprised Beasties made it up so high, because I feel like I didn't listen to them much this year. Wu-Tang is almost purely down to wanting to relive their music while I was watching An American Saga.

    Top 5 Genres:
    1. Hip-Hop
    2. Death Metal
    3. Rock
    4. Underground Hip-Hop
    5. Rap Rock

    Top 10 Songs:
    1. "Snowdin Town" by Toby Fox
    2. "Protect ya Neck" by Wu-Tang Clan
    3. "Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber"
    4. "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthin' ta Fuck Wit"
    5. "Prelude and Fugue No. 16 in G Minor" by Johann Sebastian Bach
    6. "Da Mystery of Chessboxin" by Wu-Tang Clan
    7. "Shame on a Nigga"
    8. "Fuck Satan to Death" by Dayglo Abortions
    9. "Moose the Mooche" by Charlie Parker and Miles Davis
    10. "This One For You" by Chuwee x Lee Bannon

    A couple surprising entries in there for me, but not at all surprised by the dominance of Wu-Tang. I do think it's funny that all my top genres are just different forms of metal, rock, and hip-hop. I really have varied tastes
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    I'm guessing the Bach is the first song on a "Classical" playlist you listen to for studying?

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    That was another one on there due to a school-related assignment. I had to analyze that piece along with composing the beginning of my own fugue. I still haven't quite gotten to the point of listening to classical music casually, but it's still fascinating to listen to.

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    Top 5 Artists
    1. Jinjer
    2. Nightwish
    3. Lacuna Coil
    4 Otep
    5. Infected Rain (this was a surprise, I thought I'd listened to more Agonist, Butcher Babies or Arch Enemy)

    Top 5 Genres

    1. Groove Metal
    2. Nu Metal
    3. Power Metal
    4. Dance-Punk
    5. Pixie

    Top 10 Songs
    1. Layers of Time - Lacuna Coil
    2. Outlander - Jinjer
    3. I Speak Astronomy - Jinjer
    4. Words of Wisdom - Jinjer
    5. Sit Stay Roll Over - Jinjer
    6. Captain Clock - Jinjer
    7. Prologue - Jinjer
    8. Just Another - Jinjer
    9. Who is Gonna be the One - Jinjer
    10. Ghostflowers - Otep

    I did expect a bit more Nightwish or Lacuna Coil, especially when I was boning up on them before the concert in November.

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    5,849 different songs
    34,489 minutes listened

    Top Artists
    Metallica
    Confidence Man
    Galantis
    Queen
    Muse

    Top Songs
    Confidence Man - Don't You Know I'm In A Band
    The Saints - Know Your Product
    Galantis - Runaway (U & I)
    Laura Branigan - Gloria
    Fisher - Losing It
    Billie Eilish - bad guy
    Less Than Jake - All My Best Friends Are Metalheads
    Confidence Man - Boyfriend (Repeat)
    Skeggs - Up In The Clouds
    FIDLAR - By Myself

    And yeah that album of the week thing we did saw Manic Street Preachers be the "new" artist I got around the most this year

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    i only listened to 1,914 minutes in spotify this past year, which is the lowest i've ever had. i typically do most of my listening to things in the car, and this year was dominated by podcasts, and also having a desk job close to home for half the year, so my time spent driving was cut drastically. this years lists are very oddly skewed because of that, though just like simmo, rosk managed to get manic street preachers entrenched in my rotation.

    top artists:
    1. fugazi
    2. manic street preachers
    3. wild flag
    4. prince
    5. big pun

    top songs:
    1. 7 - prince
    2. ifwhiteamerica... - manic street preachers
    3. yes - manic street preachers
    4. boom - wild flag
    5. electric band - wild flag
    6. cream - prince
    7. short version - wild flag
    8. something came over me - wild flag
    9. romance - wild flag
    10. glass tambourine - wild flag

    so basically wild flag's only album. i honestly don't remember listening to that album THAT much, to where it would dominate such a list. very surprised sleater-kinney didn't manage to be my top band for the third year in a row, cause all hands on the bad one has been my 'comfort' album that gets thrown on if i got no other mood striking me for a long time now. no idea how fugazi is my top band and didn't manage to get a song in the top 10. in fact, the first fugazi song doesn't show up until number 31 on the playlist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simmo Fortyone View Post
    Less Than Jake - All My Best Friends Are Metalheads


    That takes me back, love that one.

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    Haven't heard of Otep in years...might go check some of their new stuff out. Battle Ready was one of my favorite songs 10-15 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho666Soldier View Post
    My Top 5 Artists:
    1. Wu-Tang Clan
    2. Toby Fox(Undertale Soundtrack)
    3. Insane Clown Posse
    4. Ghostface Killah
    5. Beastie Boys

    The Undertale one is mostly because I was transcribing a song for a school project, whereas ICP was because I went to the Gathering this year and felt I had to refresh myself, since I don't really listen to them anymore. I'm kinda surprised Beasties made it up so high, because I feel like I didn't listen to them much this year. Wu-Tang is almost purely down to wanting to relive their music while I was watching An American Saga.

    Top 5 Genres:
    1. Hip-Hop
    2. Death Metal
    3. Rock
    4. Underground Hip-Hop
    5. Rap Rock

    Top 10 Songs:
    1. "Snowdin Town" by Toby Fox
    2. "Protect ya Neck" by Wu-Tang Clan
    3. "Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber"
    4. "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthin' ta Fuck Wit"
    5. "Prelude and Fugue No. 16 in G Minor" by Johann Sebastian Bach
    6. "Da Mystery of Chessboxin" by Wu-Tang Clan
    7. "Shame on a Nigga"
    8. "Fuck Satan to Death" by Dayglo Abortions
    9. "Moose the Mooche" by Charlie Parker and Miles Davis
    10. "This One For You" by Chuwee x Lee Bannon

    A couple surprising entries in there for me, but not at all surprised by the dominance of Wu-Tang. I do think it's funny that all my top genres are just different forms of metal, rock, and hip-hop. I really have varied tastes
    WU

    TANG

    WU

    TANG

    It's sad that growing up I was a fan of Wu Tang's early stuff, the solo stuff dope, but man when they blew up after Triumph I scaled back because it was a little much lol. WuWear in full effect. Sad part is due to this I stopped pretty much listening to anything they did after Wu Tang Forever and would only listen to certain artists like GZA, Method Man, some of the lesser known cats like Masta Killa and the sub-groups that spawned later. Which in retrospect, Wu Tang pretty much fell off the planet as a group around 2000 anyway but still.....

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    I find a lot of Wu-Tang hard to get into after Forever. Hell, even Forever isn't really an album I like to bump in full. I think they could have trimmed a good number of tracks and made it one disc as a tighter album. Like you said, some of the solo stuff is good after, but as a group, the fire kind of died. The Saga Continues, all produced by Matthematics, is pretty dope, though. Probably the most recent release as a "group" I've loved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho666Soldier View Post
    I find a lot of Wu-Tang hard to get into after Forever. Hell, even Forever isn't really an album I like to bump in full. I think they could have trimmed a good number of tracks and made it one disc as a tighter album. Like you said, some of the solo stuff is good after, but as a group, the fire kind of died. The Saga Continues, all produced by Matthematics, is pretty dope, though. Probably the most recent release as a "group" I've loved.
    There's a phenomenal Wu Tang documentary I watched on Amazon Prime "The Story of the Wu Tang Clan" Super dope if you haven't seen it. Pretty much chronicles the early days then skips a little to the more present like the last 5-10 years so to speak. Worth it for sure.

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