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iTunes top 10 BPM analysis: Running Playlist 2011-25-10

It’s time for another iTunes top 10 review on running playlist.

This week, we have 2 “new” songs on the list. First, a new¬†Christmas Song from Justin Bieber. If you expect anything new and exciting out of that one, you may be disappointed, it’s just the same old song, just being sung by Bieber and Usher.

The second entry is You Make Me Feel…, by Cobra Starship, it’s not really a new song, but it’s new to my list.

As usual, I’ve bolded the songs that would make a good addition to a bpm based running playlist.

And now, here’s the list, I would love to hear your feedback on this, so please comment, or contact me on facebook or twitter, or +1 me if you’r on google+.

Get it on iTunes Name Time Artist BPM Album Genre Get it on Amazon.com
iTunes We Found Love (feat. Calvin Harris) 03:35 Rihanna 131 We Found Love (feat. Calvin Harris) – Single Pop We Found Love
iTunes Sexy and I Know It 03:19 LMFAO 131 Sorry for Party Rocking (Deluxe Version) Pop Sexy And I Know It
iTunes Someone Like You 04:43 ADELE 71 21 Pop Someone Like You
iTunes Pumped Up Kicks 03:59 Foster the People 130 Torches Alternative Pumped Up Kicks
iTunes The Christmas Song 03:35 Justin Bieber 69 The Christmas Song – Single Holiday The Christmas Song
iTunes Without You (feat. Usher) 03:28 David Guetta 128 Nothing But the Beat Dance Without You (Feat. Usher)
iTunes Moves Like Jagger [feat. Christina Aguilera] 03:21 Maroon 5 129 Hands All Over Pop Moves Like Jagger
iTunes Stereo Hearts (feat. Adam Levine) 03:01 Gym Class Heroes 91 Stereo Hearts (feat. Adam Levine) – Single Pop Stereo Hearts (Feat. Adam Levine)
iTunes Make Me Proud (feat. Nicki Minaj) 03:40 Drake 119 Make Me Proud (feat. Nicki Minaj) – Single Hip Hop/Rap Make Me Proud
iTunes You Make Me Feel… (feat. Sabi) 03:35 Cobra Starship 133 You Make Me Feel… (feat. Sabi) – Single Pop You Make Me Feel…(Feat. Sabi)

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4 Responses to “iTunes top 10 BPM analysis: Running Playlist 2011-25-10”

  1. Gary Haigh January 13, 2012 at 12:49 AM #

    I have just started using iTunes on my PC. As a professional dance teacher the accuracy and tools available in playlist mean everything to me when dealing with a studio full of paying customers. I must say that I am very disappointed as beats per minute (BPM), which is extremely important to me, are not available in iTunes. i don’y have time to listen to all 9,000 tunes in my library and manually calculate to BPM. can anyone help with recommended software?

    • Sam January 13, 2012 at 6:58 AM #

      I personally think most SW apps get about 50% of the BPM wrong, but the least worst I’ve found is at http://cadenceapp.com. The usually get the more poppy songs right, but once you get into more complex stuff, they are totally off.

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