A game for the music section, because I love it and I miss it -- &, back in the day, I was the queen of shuffle memes. Nothing terribly innovative here, or complex. Place your entire library on shuffle, give us the results, and tell us about them. No skips; that's cheating. I'll place the recommendation for each post at ten, but repeat much as you like. 01. Yoko Shimomura - Song of Mana ~Orchestral Version~ From the memória! collection, which I downloaded mostly for the (gorgeous) version of Vector to the Heavens. I've never played Legend of Mana, but this is a pretty track -- definitely has the Shimomura charm. 02. Bloc Party - Biko Once my favorite Bloc Party song (and album), but more recently I've warmed to the simple charms of Silent Alarm. Intimacy remains a favorite album cover. 03. Koji Haishima - Atonement Never in my life have I played a Resident Evil game. A few semesters back, I took a communications class and it involved group work -- I was friendly with one of the guys in my regular group, and he at one point gave me a flash drive filled with some of his favorite video game soundtracks. I didn't listen to most of them but haven't had the heart to delete them. They turn up in my shuffles quite often and make me appear more of a soundtrack person than I really am. 04. Grouper - I'm Dragging a Dead Deer Up A Hill Grouper is unique. Very quiet, very atmospheric -- Heavy Water/I'd Rather Be Sleeping off this album has an enchanting melody. good for when you need to just space for a bit. 05. Lullaby for the Working Class - Boar's Nest A byproduct of a Bright Eyes obsession back in the day (they're signed to Saddle Creek). There are a few good tracks here, but the era/sound here hasn't aged well for me. 06. alex trimmer - The Last Thing I Do Oh boy. Remember when a member here released an album? I don't know if any traces remain of it on the net. I still listen, Alex. To this, and to your new(er) stuff. 07. Vitamin String Quartet - One-Eighty By Summer who doesn't love VSQ, really? This is from their Taking Back Sunday collection. I once went on a big VSQ binge and downloaded all their tributes to groups I recognized. TBS has always had good melodies, they make for great orchestral material. 08. Parenthetical Girls - Here's to Forgetting Off the debut album, which remains the best (((GRRRLS))) album as I cannot count the Privilege collection as just an album. 09. Die Antwoord - Hey Sexy A new addition to my library. I saw Chappie weeks ago and it had a sort of weird charm, and urged me to finally check out Die Antwoord -- which I didn't do until a few days ago. I've not listened to their entire catalogue yet, but everything I'm fond off hails from Donker Mag. 10. blink-182 - Stockholm Syndrome I don't think about this song enough. I had my blink era, probably on the tail end of 2008 -- late by most standards considering they were long broken up by then. And truthfully, I love all their albums in different ways (at least, all those up to and including the self-titled). I remember this song being big for me, but today I can't remember the last time I properly listened to it. I still love Hoppus's last verse.