Who is King in Your iTunes Library?

April 4, 2008

MxPx
719.8 MB
246 Tracks
19 Albums
10.3 Hours

These guys aren’t my favorite band, but some how they have a ton of property on my iBook.

What band has the most tracks in your iTunes library? How many tracks?

13 responses to Who is King in Your iTunes Library?

  1. Dan (djbyron) April 4, 2008 at 1:10 pm

    for me… Not as many as your MXPX, only 73 tracks, 4.6 hrs and 279 MB (probably more if you count Foreman’s solo stuff which is really good I might add).

  2. U2 is the winner with:
    135 tracks
    601 MB
    9:48 playing time

    Coming in second is David Crowder:
    119
    582 MB
    9:03 playing time

  3. I believe it’s the Newsboys. I don’t have the time to flip through the 7,000 files I currently have in there (still need to import the rest), but the Newboys have 195, at 12:55:59, and 829.3 MB. This consists of all of their American albums, as well as the hard to find ones from their Australian days, but none of their music videos.

  4. Mylène Farmer, female French star.

    168 tracks
    857.5 MB
    15:17:59 total playing time.

    Hillsong Australia comes in a close second.

  5. hrm. interesting.

    1. whiteheart 52 songs
    2. demon hunter 47 songs
    3. skillet and switchfoot are tied at 44
    4. disciple at 33 songs

    interesting.

  6. reverseyourworld April 4, 2008 at 8:57 pm

    176 songs
    9.6 hours
    916.7 MB

    and the winner is

    Relient K

  7. infinitelypossible April 5, 2008 at 9:32 am

    my U2 collection beat mud puppy’s:
    165 tracks
    1,010.2 MB
    12.6 hours

  8. Dave Matthews Band
    357 Tracks
    2.73 GB
    1.6 Days

  9. Sting is way in the lead (a cursory check revealed 399 songs, 1:05:05:31, 3.9 GB — gosh, after 20 years of collecting that’s pretty sobering)

    REM, RUSH, and VAN HALEN are close behind.

    It’s OK…I’m Presbyterian. : )

  10. 75 Songs
    312 MB
    4.3 hours

    Relient K, and I dont really listen to them either. Why dont I have more of the stuff i really like?

  11. robot[of]rock April 8, 2008 at 4:31 pm

    jimmy eat world clocks in with
    210 tracks
    @
    14.9 hours
    with a digital footprint of
    1.17 gb

    this does not include video

  12. Proud to say, Johnny Cash. 780 songs, 1.4 days, 2.59 G.

  13. 1st: Sigur Ros
    2nd: Sergio Mendes & Black Eye Peas