Claudia’s 365 Days of Music: Year 5 – A Review


Hey look, it’s year five! That means I’m halfway through this project. Pretty cool. Let’s get to some stats, shall we?

Total songs: 365
Total time: 25 hours, 39 minutes, and 28 seconds
Total size: 2.33 GB
Mean song length: 4:14.16

The Five Stars
Listed (sort of) in order of acquisition!
Suit & Tie (Oliver Nelson Remix) by Justin Timberlake
Metropolis by Owl City
Speed of Love by Owl City
Not a Bad Thing by Justin Timberlake
Magic by Coldplay
O (Fly On) by Coldplay
Don’t by Ed Sheeran
Jealous (I Ain’t With It) by Chromeo
I Won’t Let You Down by OK Go
Pumped Up Kicks (Gabe Flaherty Remix) by Foster the People

The five most beautiful/touching songs of the year:
O (Fly On) by Coldplay
Midnight by Coldplay
River Flows In You by Yiruma
Blue and Green Music by Samuel R. Hazo
Piano by Jake LaVallee

The Overall Top Five
Magic by Coldplay
It should be clear to anyone who reads these yearly reviews that I’m a pretty big Coldplay fan. Magic is, well…magic, haha. I love the tempo of this song and of course the general sound as well. It’s just so chill and easy to listen to.

Suit & Tie (Oliver Nelson Remix) by Justin Timberlake
This remix is vastly better than the original song. If you kind of like the original but aren’t too big of a fan of it, I’d recommend checking this out, especially if you like more of an electronic feel to your music.

Jealous (I Ain’t With It) by Chromeo
I love the kind of old school feel of this song. It’s also got a nice bass line.

I Won’t Let You Down by OK Go
I’m actually not really sure why I like this song. I mean, it’s a good song in general, but I’m not sure why I like it more than others. I’m listening to it now and am noticing that it’s got an almost disco-esque feel to it, so maybe that’s it.

O (Fly On) by Coldplay
This is a BEAUTIFUL song. It’s actually quite haunting if you listen to it in the right mood. I can’t recall when exactly it was, but remember awhile back I mentioned that I’d like this song played at my funeral/pseudo-funeral/whatever people end up doing when I die? Yeah, that’s still what I want.
(And then scatter some of my ashes over Leibniz’ grave…or at least sprinkle a little in the air close by if you’re not allowed to dump ‘em.)

Now, the obligatory pie charts:

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This was a very pop-heavy year, haha.

Onward to year six!

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