I've had my Karma for a month now. Here's a list of my Top Ten songs ... not sure what it means to say Top Ten, but this is what it will play if I ask for "Top Ten Played Tracks," so I'd call that my Top Ten:
Queen Latifah, "Ladies First"I currently have 2183 songs on my Karma, which adds up to more than 142 hours of music (to be precise, if I put it on shuffle play, I wouldn't hear a song repeated for 5 days, 22 hours, 15 minutes and 10 seconds). Titles range from A ("Abba Zaba" by Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band) to Z ("Zurich Is Stained" by Pavement). Artists range from Aaliyah to ZZ Top. Genres range from Acapella to Zydeco. The most recent song I added to the Karma is "C30, C60, C90, Go!" by Bow Wow Wow. And the last time I listened to it, I played songs from 1980 (I have 31 songs from that year).
Donovan, "Riding in My Car (Car Song)"
Buffalo Springfield, "Kind Woman"
Marianne Faithfull, "The Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
En Vogue, "Don't Let Go (Love)"
The Tymes, "Wonderful! Wonderful!"
Bruce Springsteen, "4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)"
OutKast, "Ms. Jackson"
Andrew Gold, "Lonely Boy"
Jefferson Airplane, "Embryonic Journey"
There's very little bad I can say about this thing. I ordered an extra kit with docking station, plugs, etc., and so it's very easy now to plug it into the various stereos in the house. Right now it plugs easily into the car stereo via a cassette adapter, but when we switch to the newer car in a few days, that will no longer work because that car only has a CD player.