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    On of the 6th formers at my school decide to plaster the a wall with Willam Shatner pictures, all labled with Sh@na... That made me smile when I saw that.

    Anyway.. how is the chart compiled? By what we listen to on the radio or merging our charts?

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    you guys on Scrobbler shouldn't feel too bad about weird song choices; one of the commercials during the Olympics had me listening to Adam Ant's 'Goody TwoShoes' and i even added 'Stand and Deliver' to my personal local playlist.

    but what the hell, it was fun.

    [currently listening to 'Six Foot Town' by Big and Rich.]

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    if the chart is compiled as I think it is.. ie: based on the number of users listening to that artist/group, then that would make the number on the right equal the number of listeners... meaning I'm not the only one that listened to Shatner

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    hey, there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with listening to William Shatner the man himself. I played 'Common People' on my winamp last week, too. He teh MAN!

    Blümchen, however, is a whole different game. Actually, it's a whole different ballpark!

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    In my defense none of the pop music we get here sounds anything like what she does. We get mostly American pop with a much stronger hiphop influence, as compared to what she does (did?) which is electronica/dance music with pop vocals.
    Anyway... everyone can do with a bit of cheese from time to time

    So that's two of the people that listened to Common People, who was the third? The whole of Has Been was a good album.
    Pity I can't say the same for "Spaced Out - The Best of William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy"

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    True, sadly. I was SO hoping for this album to be great!

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    Okay, I'm working hard today to restore the balance that my Status Quo binge on Friday truly knocked for six.

    I have two Chemical Brothers albums and Orbital's Work in with me.

    Granted I also have three Jackyl albums, so I could undo it all again with my redneck rock!

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    Jackyl?! omg. they used to be popular in Metal Edge magazine when i read that as a regular thing. [i had the very very long 'heavy metal hair' that was popular with the metal fans at the time.] but never really got into that band. i mostly followed the ones that had great singers. do you like any of the other bands that were big then?

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    Jackyl and Rockhead are my only carry overs from the early 90's.

    I had a Jackyl tape that I listened to when I worked out on my weight bench in the old house. One day I wondered if I could get the album on CD - figuring I wouldn't be able to as a decade had gone by. Turned out I could, and two of their later albums too, although I cant say they live up to the quality of their self titled debut.

    From what I've been able to glean from the interweb they've toured under a few differing line ups over the years and still do. They're still a favourite of mine to this day - the Lumberjack song on their first album has to be the only time I've heard a guy play lead chainsaw!

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    "He puts on women's clothing and hangs around in bars..."

    Oh, wrong one, sorry.

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