|The 109 items pictured include the NieR remix album and the REVENGEANCE OST so it's not all K-Pop|
I have 47 K-Pop songs.
Am I overreacting to this fact? Maybe a little. In truth, it doesn't even really matter, it's just another style of music and we all dig what we dig, and pigeon-holing people for liking a certain style of music is pretty dumb. On the other hand, I'm not even done collecting the K-Pop songs I want, and truthfully need to purchase at least 21 more, plus iTunes doesn't even have all of the songs that I want that are not included in that count. Have you ever outwitted iTunes? It's not as satisfying as you might think.
I spent the entirety of a night going through iTunes and listening to samples of songs to ensure they were the right versions of them (since a lot of Korean groups do Japanese versions of their songs and yes, I know that and yes there was a Japanese version of a song that I didn't want because it was the Japanese version and yes, I knew immediately that it was in Japanese) so that I could purchase them and download them and then upload them to the Amazon Cloud where I could then download them again on my Kindle because all of this makes sense and is in no way overly complicated and dumb. It was not a night I particularly enjoyed, but it was a necessary one for the music that I will now be able to consume on a regular basis as I go out and about or even just play games and don't want to run an Internet Radio thing because, I mean, I pretty much only use those -for- this anyway.
I suppose this -shouldn't- be a surprise given that I use K-Pop as a sort of bridge whenever I had nights where there just was nothing to talk about but I wanted to give it the old try anyway, and I'm pretty sure I never really re-used a song, while I am also pretty sure I had more than a few of those nights and posts. And especially given that my catalog of songs that I listened to just kept growing and growing as I kept it up. It's just really weird to actually put a number to it, especially when you can look at all the other things that run similar. Like, I have more K-Pop songs than were on the NieR soundtrack, for instance. With the NieR Remix Album and the REVENGEANCE OST I bought, it only -slightly- outnumbers the K-Pop songs I have bought and will be eclipsed when I finish buying them.
By the way, I keep saying when I finish buying them. That's because I ran out of money. I bought a $50 iTunes card going "oh that'll be plenty" and I ran out. (Well, I can get one or two more songs, but my point stands) If a lot of the songs weren't $1.29 instead of $0.99 though, for some reason, it would have been less of an issue, but such is life.
Anyway, yes, I spent an entire night doing that, and I just wanted to share that fact with you. Because I dunno, I just sort of find the situation funny in a sense. And I like talking about funny things! They're usually....actually funny, though. Oh well.
I saved Girls' Generation for last and this proved to be a very big mistake since I want the most songs from them out of anyone, and that in itself is kind of worrying