A musical baton

I’ve been passed a musical baton. If it’s good enough for Stuart, it’s good enough for me, so here goes:

Total volume of music files on my computer:

14.9 Gb.

The last CD I bought was:

The last actual CD I bought was British Sea Power’s It Ended on an Oily Stage single. However, if this question is really asking what the last piece of music I bought was then the answer is vinyl versions of The Sirens’ Call by New Order and Yt Atal Genhedlaeth by Gruff Rhys. For those who case, my latest purchases are always noted on home page.

Song playing right now:

I Don’t Know What It Is by Rufus Wainwright.

Five songs I listen to a lot, or that mean a lot to me:

Because it requires less thought, five songs on regular rotation at the moment are:

  1. When the Evening Sun Goes Down by Half Man Half Biscuit
  2. Crown of Love by the Arcade Fire
  3. Wrote for Luck (Vince Clark mix) by Happy Mondays
  4. Duffer St. George by Fiery Furnaces
  5. Over My Shoulder by I Am Kloot

Five people to whom I’m passing the baton:

  1. Jon Hicks
  2. Simon Collison
  3. Kyle Bradshaw
  4. Jeremy Keith
  5. Sergio Villareal