Everybody Loves Music
I just remembered. Here I am at school and I can't post about food because my pictures aren't on this computer and so I'll do my music post since I spent so long thinking about it. Thanks Renee!
What is the total amount of music files on your computer?
I'm not usually on my own computer so I don't remember the number! At one point it was over a gig but that was a long time ago and it must be less because I have a limited number of songs I end up playing since I'm too lazy to stick in a CD.
The CD you last bought?
Whichever was last, the Sunny Day Service CD I got from BookOff, or one of the many I got in Vietnam. (I don't recommend buying any discs in Vietnam.)
What was the last song you listened to before reading this message?
When I read Renee's post, I think the last song I'd listened to was U Got It Bad by Usher, but it could've been Miss Independent by Kelly Clarkson or Why Can't I by Liz Phair or Don't Wanna Try by Frankie J or Differences by Ginuwine or something else on my old playlist from before I came to Japan. If I can, I like to put poppy music on in the morning and I'm not afraid of letting the same few songs repeat!
Write down five songs that you often listen to or that mean a lot to you.
Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees
Sigur Ros - The Nothing Song (Njosnavelin)
Weezer - Island in the Sun
Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Boa - Every Heart (English Version)
That was hard!!
Who are you going to pass this stick to (3 persons) and why?
Well it's time for me to go home and I hadn't thought about this part but I don't know any other bloggers who read this so I guess I'm stuck being it!
Seize the food, for Japan is time-service only! In other words, this blog is to preserve, share, and make the most of my six months left living in Japan. Yes, I am obsessed with food. Cheap food!