John at Upon Further Review has tagged me with another little questionnaire, and so I'm answering it, and then we're even steven.
Total volume of music files on my computer -- there is very little music on my computer. I think there are some songs from The Electric Company and some funky Christmas carols, and that's it. I don't even know how those ended up on there, although I must have had something to do with The Electric Company ones, because I loved that show. I have never knowingly downloaded a song, I'm so old fashioned, I even still use my turntable regularly. But not for rap, just for regular listening.
The last CD I bought -- Ben Folds 'Songs for Silverman'
Song I'm listening to right now -- Today, I listened to the above CD, but Gilbert and fucking Sullivan is what's running through my mind right now, curse those operetta writing bastards.
Five songs I listen to a lot, or that mean a lot to me-- Drown in my Own Tears by Aretha Franklin, With Karate I Kick Your Ass by Tenacious D, Tunnel of Love by Bruce Springsteen, Caterpillar Girl by The Cure, and Still Fighting It by Ben Folds.
I pass it on to Shakespeare's Sis (surely she is loafing around, with nothing to do), The Fixer (now that I know he's a regular reader), and The Chemist.