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What are all the playlists in your iTunes library called?
I just have one called "playlist" that I add songs that I want to listen to. Boring.

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Lessee...

"No particular reason" - just a bunch of songs I like

"Not the Beatles" - tunes in which the artist is obviously attempting to be the Beatles but not quite making it. Examples -- "So You Are A Star" by The Hudson Brothers and "Champagne Supernova" by Oasis

"Weird Nesmith stuff" -- well, not "stuff," but I don't want to get dinged again by using the real word or censoring it! Anyhoo....a bit of a misnomer because not all of it is terribly weird!

"Good Beatles covers" -- just what it says

"Brianesque" -- songs not by Brian Wilson but obvious tributes to him, such as REM's "At My Most Beautiful," B-52s' "Follow Your Bliss," and "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Pancreas"

"Classic Stevie" -- highlights from Stevie Wonder's "classic" (funk) era, such as "You Haven't Done Nothing," "Maybe Your Baby" and "Higher Ground"
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Hmm... Maybe I should have put this in the Software forums...
I'm so bad with putting threads in the right forums...

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I have maybe around 3 dozen playlists, so I'm not going to list every one. Here are a few examples:

80s Hits
Alternative Hits
Girls, Girls, Girls - Motley Crue inspired title. All female artists.
Gives Me Chills - a short collection of powerful melodies that sends chills down my spine or goosebumps.
Mandatory Metallica - a Dayton rock radio station (WTUE) used to do this every evening (not sure if it still does): play a few consecutive Metallica tunes. They called it Mandatory Metallica.
My Favorites
Praise & Worship - my favorite Christian rock/worship tunes
Rock Music

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B.B. King (the BB King Gold Album)

Cuhnool's Mixes (My GarageBand mixes)

Favorite AC/DC (I'm a huge AC/DC fan, and this is a collection of my favs)

Favorites (all my favorite songs from my entire library)

Flobots (the Flobots album "Fight With Tools")

Halo Soundtrack (all the songs from Halo:CE soundtrack, and both volums of H2)

Indestructible (the new Disturbed album)

Jim Gaffigan (the "Beyond the Pale" album, comedy)

Metal (my favorite collection of death, screamo, and heavy metal)

Negative (if i feel like crap, I play this paylist, which includes songs that express my mood. a lot of good dark-type songs)

New Music (similar to Recently Added, just the favorites that are handpicked in the recently added list)

Positive (all my happy songs)

Rush (all my favorite Rush songs)

Shock Value (Timbalands album Shock Value)

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Smart playlists:

2000-2009
5 stars
Long songs
Medium sized songs
Short songs
Unrated

Normal playlists:

BBQ
Holophonic
Family

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Some names based on songs and stuff.

"Break " - my pump up
"just Dance." - techno and stuff
"live" -live
"mozart and whatnot" - classical
"on a boat" - comedic stuff
"on the bro side" - some of my chill music
"seriously bro" - my straight up chillin mix
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go to sleep already - when i'm trying to get to sleep

a little pop-punk never hurt anybody - pop punk faves

how bout a couple slow jams? - slow songs

we know we can dance - songs i've used in dance class or am planning on choreographing

warm up (let's get pumped) - dance warmups

let's tap - tap warmups

who are you (like i need to know) - songs with peoples names in them

good night earthlings - relaxing/guilty pleasures
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I have around 4500 playlists, as many as the albums I have in my hard drive.
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TMTTH. ( take me to the hospital ). Drum n bass
70's wackka wackka. Barry whites. Love theme etc you get the drift
chillin. Speaks for itself
muse - pretty much the whole anthology
jingle bells - all chrismas songs
nrom v1 v2 v3. - new romantic stuff in 3 albums from my youth ( showing my age now )
ska/ reggae - fairly straightforword that one
TOG ( Terry's old gits ) from radio 2 UK 60's & slow burners
burn 77 what ever album is getting burnt next
Jarre - my J M Jarre favourites
and more than I can shake a monkeys tail at..
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"Promo Only" - Promotional DJ songs
"DnB" - Drum n Bass
"HH" - Hip Hop
"HM" - House music
"Mixes" - Mostly my own DJ mixes

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I am not sure why but the one I play the most is called

70's - I have been building it for a year. It's all the top ten hit's from every year of the 70's it all the songs I remember my ma listening to on the radio !

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Just one called 'Blackberry' which is all the tunes I put on my Blackberry!



I do like the smart playlists though, 'recently added' and 'top rated' gets used a lot!
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