Well, put your music to the test as we play: MUSIC SHIRITORI!
Shiritori is a game in which you take the final sound of a Japanese word and construct a word from there. However, since we use letters instead of moji, and moji usually consists of 2 letters, we'll use these following rules.
--Start with the name of the artist you currently are playing. If you aren't playing anything, use the artist you last scrobbled.
--Next, take the last two letters of the artist's name and go through your MUSIC LIBRARY ONLY (no cheating and using artists not in your libary) to find another artist with the same two letters at the BEGINNING of their name.
--Continue until you get a chain of 30 DIFFERENT artists.
--NOTE: You lose if: (1) you have no choice than to repeat another artist, (2) you end up with 2 letters that can't be built upon, or (3) you end up with the same 2 letters you started with.
--NOTE: Numbers can be used. They can be used spelled out. Like "112" can be used "One Twelve" and VE would be the next two letters. Also, accents and tildes are ignored.
--NOTE: Asian artist names can be used romanized, like "宇多田ヒカル" can be "Utada Hikaru" and RU would be the next two letters.
When you're done, pass it on!! Enjoy!!
Tito Puente Tito PuenTE
Teairra Mari Teairra MaRI
Ricardo Arjona Ricardo ArjoNA
中澤裕子 Nakazawa YuuKO
三石琴乃 Kotono MitsuisHI
Rolling Stones Rolling StonES
Anna Vissi Anna VisSI
Sigur Rós Sigur ROS
Oscar D'Leon Oscar D'LeON
Onda Vaselina Onda VaseliNA
Natalia Kukulska Natalia KukulsKA
Kanye West Kanye WeST
Stevie Wonder Stevie WondER
Ernie Acevedo Ernie AceveDO
Do As Infinity Do As InfiniTY
Sean Paul Sean PaUL
Ultra Naté Ultra NaTE
Tevin Campbell Tevin CampbeLL
Lloyd Banks Lloyd BanKS
En Vogue En VogUE
上戸彩 Ueto AYA
YOISHO!! Some of those are pretty embarrassing, but oh well. Best music survey game I've done yet =D.