itunes tried to eat my brain

So I fired iTunes up earlier this aft and just hit play. No playlists, no party shuffle, no filtering of any kind. Just picked a spot, and hit play. Everything was fine until it hit Alanis – Now is the Time. This is the CD she made when she was annoying all of us before Rough Rider games at Landsdowne Park and Ottawa 67’s games.

It’s bad. It’s really bad. She kinda screeches while trying to be a pop star. And yet, I listened to the whole thing. I still think it’s pretty awful. I can’t bring myself to hit delete though. What’s wrong with me? I have a lot of crap music in my collection. That one ranks pretty high up there. If anyone ever offers it to you, please decline.

3 thoughts on “itunes tried to eat my brain

  1. I have a Blackstreet CD like that. I skip it every time a song comes up, but I can’t bring myself to delete it. I think I want it in there for completeness’ sake, but don’t ever want to listen to it.

  2. Oooh – the belt buckle album. A truly forgettable set of recordings. 🙂 Good call, yeh yeh.

    I can never delete the stuff that I have already ripped, because what if someone I know wants it or it comes back into vogue? Musical detrius. Reduce, reuse, and share the pain. Coop, I’m tempted to ask for a copy just to see how bad it is, but shall resist.

    I think I will add an entry to the top 5 game…

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