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Im looking to pack my PSP's(Playstation Portable) MP3 player and my regular MP3 player with songs and I was just wondering what songs you had on your IPods, MP3's and the like. I may take some of your suggestions
Also, where do you most often listen to it? I usually use mine on the road, or at the gym when workng out.
Ive got a wide selection on my nano. Mostly AC/DC and Greenday. Rock, few rap (the only rap I listen to is the kind I can understand), and some oldies.
I listen to it while I work out for next football season.
Some say I don't have that good of taste, but I dont care.
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That depends quite a lot on what you like to listen to...
Mine's got a little over 7 gb, and I'd guess probably a solid 6.5 of that is country.
Just out of curiousity, why don't you put songs you have on CD on there, though? I find that even if I have the CD in the truck, it's easier to play it off the iPod than to root around for the CD case, then find the disc, and put the one that's in the player back into the case.
Eh, I guess it's because I feel Ive already got it, so why get it again?
I like all music EXCEPT pop-country and Top 40(a.k.a CHR) Ive worked at a few different radio stations and Ive learned to hate that stuff. CHR stands for Current Hits Radio, or Top 40. I.e. of CHR artists: Jessica Simpson;Gwen Stefani;Nelly;Chimillionare (or however that idiot spells his name.)
Get yourself listening to some european black metal, My favorite bands are sonata arctica, dragonforce, insominum, ensiferum.. and a lot more. You're probably sayin what kind of weirdo listens to that kind of music lol but i think its ALL A+ material!
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I suppose I'm one of the generations right before the "next gen" but I imported ALL my cds onto my desktop computer and then to my Ipod. I kept scratching all the orginal cds and it just made more sense to buy a cheap 4th gen Ipod and listen to them that way. It never leaves my truck except to put more songs on it.
I have everything from AC/DC (because you need them for angry driving) to Blueman Group. I even have acapella (because I still don't know where Carmen Sandiego is) and jazz/swing (because Sinatra will always be cool).
99.9% of it is singable. I'm not interested in music I can't sing along with. I currently have 13.6 gigs but truthfully only listen to about 2 gigs worth on a regular basis. The other stuff is for road trips and randomness.
I cant seem to figure out how to download music INTO my ipod I got for xmas,Can someone help me? PLease. I have a pre-paid itones card but cant find out where to get the music
go onto the itunes store (you need itunes) and click on a button that says "redeem" to redeem your gift card, you may have to make an account, then your gift card amount will be credited to your account. Then just pick your music
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