#1
For those not in the know Last.fm is a website that keeps track of your listening habits on your computer through various plug-ins depending on the player you use.

Every week it creates a new chart to state what you've been listening to either based on artists or tracks. The chart is updated every Sunday/Monday (depending on when they sort the data out) and you get a new chart. Every week it also updates your overall chart with your overall artists.

We thought it would be a fun idea to post your charts every week if you've listened to a decent amount of music. It'll help people to find new bands to listen to and people to recommend artists (at least that's how it works on another forum I post on).

In order to post your chart, go to your userpage, look under your 'Top Artists This Week Chart' and there should be a little clickable button that says 'Embed/Add This'. Scroll down to 'Embed anywhere else' then click on 'Looking for our old image based charts?'. Select the 'Weekly Top Artists' option and then Copy/Paste the Forum BBCode.

So yeah, knock yrself out.

Mine:

#3
last week was sort of boring. i only had music that was on my actual hard drive rather than everything on my external.
#4


Not too many indie artists this week. Only Frosted Ambassador, Robyn Hitchcock...maybe the Sun City Girls, might be a stretch though.

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I lost all my music after I bought and dropped my new hard drive only after transferring my library on there, so this might be my only chart for a while.



Sucks, my hard drive died and I had to start from scratch a few months ago. I have most of what I lost now though.
Last edited by frippogenics at Nov 28, 2007,
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Jakobínarína were first 2 weeks ago, then 2nd, now 3rd. For next week, expect a maccabees resurgence, just got round to re-downloading all their demos after my hard-drive formatted itself
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#7
ha, all of them changed because the images are based upon the most recent week.