Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
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Even I can't believe I did this.

Poll #844194 You...you just suck, Leonard.

When alphabetizing, do "Dr." or "Mr." go under 'd-o-c' and 'm-i-s' or 'd-r' and 'm-r'?

The former.
16(28.6%)
The latter.
21(37.5%)
I don't care.
7(12.5%)
I can't believe you actually made another fucking poll about this.
11(19.6%)
D-O-C is the name.
1(1.8%)

How many different genre tags do you use for your mp3 collection?

Less than 10.
6(10.5%)
Between 10 and 30.
14(24.6%)
More than 30.
6(10.5%)
I don't use genre tags.
27(47.4%)
I wear a nametag at my job.
4(7.0%)

Who goes under "Artist" for classical music?

The composer (e.g., Beethoven).
33(57.9%)
The perfomer (e.g., the London Symphony Orchestra).
13(22.8%)
The conductor (e.g., Herbert von Karajan).
0(0.0%)
I don't care/I don't have any classical music.
7(12.3%)
Pablo Picasso.
4(7.0%)

Do you use accent marks for foreign performers or titles?

Ja.
23(40.4%)
Nein.
7(12.3%)
Was?
0(0.0%)
Not unless my software does it for me.
25(43.9%)
MEIN LEBEN!
2(3.5%)

On songs featuring a guest star (e.g., "Mos Def feat. Busta Rhymes", how do you label the artist?

Main artist only ("Mos Def").
15(26.3%)
Main artist and guest ("Mos Def feat. Busta Rhymes").
29(50.9%)
Other (see comments).
2(3.5%)
I don't care.
6(10.5%)
For that matter, does "Busta Rhymes" go under B or R?
5(8.8%)

Choose your naming convention for albums featuring multiple performers (compilations, sountracks, etc.).

Single performer ("Various Artists", "OST", "Cast Recording", etc.)
12(21.1%)
Performer: listed out by each individual performer.
27(47.4%)
It depends.
12(21.1%)
I don't care.
5(8.8%)
Did you ever see that one movie, "Boulevard Nights"? That was awesome.
1(1.8%)

MC Chris & DJ Krush.

They go under 'M' and 'D'.
40(71.4%)
They go under 'C' and 'K'.
4(7.1%)
It depends.
2(3.6%)
I don't care.
5(8.9%)
You gotta get out of the house more, man, for real.
5(8.9%)

Elvis Costello & the Attractions.

Yes, that's right.
12(21.1%)
Ahem, that's Elvis Costello AND the Attractions.
3(5.3%)
It all goes under Elvis Costello regardless of what he's calling his sidemen this week.
39(68.4%)
I don't care.
1(1.8%)
The amazing thing is, I can probably think of at least ten more questions to put in this poll.
2(3.5%)

Chuck D; Booker T. & the MGs.

Under 'D' and 'T'.
6(10.3%)
Under 'C' and 'B'.
36(62.1%)
They're different naming conventions for each.
8(13.8%)
I don't care.
3(5.2%)
When will this all end?
5(8.6%)

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