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Whenever I buy some new CD's, I create my own compilations to be used in my car. Ususally this means that once a month I come home with 40-60 new CD's and then start sorting the songs to my personal perference. Recently, I started to mix songs as well in order to squeeze more tracks onto a single CD. This gives me more diversion when driving the winding roads of East-Belgium.
I also listen to these compilations when I'm sitting in my office in front of the computer and there is nothing interesting on TV. After watching MTV 10 hours straight, you get the same songs all over again. So it's nicer to have a personal jukebox with lots of different songs.
To make things a little bit easier for you, you can also use the pop up menu below to select the play list you want to see.
The play lists show you the track title, the name of the artists as well as the running time. There's even an additional feature for users of the iTunes jukebox software and music store: you can click on the "iTunes" link to bring up your iTunes application and listen to the music sample's through the iTunes Music Store.
(Not all song samples are available yet, but more and more are coming all the time.)
It's clear to me that the numbering are not very meaningful for you. They are sorted by creation dates, i.e. the higher the number, the newer the compilation.