It’s going to be interesting to go back and look over these numbers when I finish my iTunes All Album Challenge. When I started doing it back in August, I did think to myself, “I shouldn’t buy or import any more tracks until I finish the Challenge.” That lasted about 2 weeks. ^o^; Back then the total number of tracks in the Library was 2933. Right now it stands at 3026. This doesn’t simply mean that I’ve added 93 tracks, because I’ve deleted several tracks I didn’t really like, and because I didn’t care for them, I didn’t think to count them. Mm, well, I have been recording the number of tracks pre-deletion in these posts, so I guess if I wanted to really be OCD about it I could go through all the posts and crunch numbers.
But I don’t feel like doing all that! Ahaha… We’ll just see how the numbers stand at the end of the Challenge!
Well now, on to the N albums!
Albums Represented: 22
Albums Complete in Library: 3
Only 3 complete albums this time! They are Hooverphonic’s debut album, A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular, Delerium’s Nuages du Monde, and Michael Jackson’s Number Ones.
But I won’t talk about any of those great albums. Instead, I’ll talk about one that I’m not sure if I have it in it’s entirety or not. It’s the Nineteen Point Five Collective’s compilation NPFC 1995-2005 (Volume 1). They made it available for free on their website back in 2005, and while I know I downloaded the whole package onto the old family G3 iMac, I’m not sure if I transferred all the files, or just my favorites, to my laptop or even to my iMac which I got in 2007.
I first heard this group on the radio show Big Sonic Heaven with the track “Point Zero Three Tiger,” found on their album of “Sugarpil” remixes. It’s still one of my favorite tracks from them. You can hear it and many other great electronica tracks on their website. Go there now that you’re done reading this post! \^o^/