This is probably going to be of the easiest posts I've done.
Music's a big part of my life, so I thought I'd entertain you with a list of folders on my Archos AV140 MP3 player.
Here we go:
60s, 70s, 80s (300+ songs), 90s (200+ songs), Aladdin (soundtrack), Annie Lennox, Art of Noise, B-52s, Beatles, Billy Idol, Billy Joel, Carlos Mencia, Cars, Cause & Effect, Corrs, Cult, Culture Club, Dave Gahan, Dead of Alive, Depeche Mode, Devo, Donna Summer, Doobie Brothers, Doors, Duran Duran, Eagles, ELO, Electronic, Elton John, Elvis Costello, Erasure, Eurythmics, Everclear, Fleetwood Mac, Foo Fighters, Funk (various compliation CDs and singles), Garbage, Genesis, George Harrison, George Strait, Glenn Miller, Go West, Go-Go's, Godsmack, Gran Turismo 2 (soundtrack), Guns N Roses, Hall & Oates, Howard Jones, Instrumental Gold, INXS, Jellyfish, Journey, KLF, Kool & the Gang, Level 42, Lightning Seeds, Limbeck, Living Colour, Louis Prima, Madonna, Maldita Mecindad y los Hijos del Quinto Patio, Martin L. Gore, Marvin Gaye, Matthew Sweet, Metal (various singles), Metallica, Michael Jackson, Mike + the Mechanics, Moody Blues, Morris Day, Morrissey, New Order, Nightmare Before Christmas (soundtrack), No Doubt, OMD, Oingo Boingo, Paul McCartney, Perez Prado, Pet Shop Boys, Phantom of the Opera (Broadway recording), Phil Collins, Police, Pretty in Pink (soundtrack), Prince, Pure Disco, Queens of the Stone Age, REM, Rap (various singles), Siouxsie and the Banshees, Smashing Pumpkins, Smiths, Smithereens, Social Distortion, Squeeze, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (soundtrack), Styx, Sublime, Sugar Ray, Tears for Fears, Those Wonderful Years (various volumes), Tom Jones, Trash Can Sinatras, Vocals (various), Wham!, Weezer, XTC, Yaz, Yes.
You probably did a double-take on a few of those. But when a writer's in a creative slump, anything serves as inspiration.
Our clients probably have no idea that I could be listening to Wham's "Club Tropicana" while writing their articles.