I create roughly 4-5 playlists a month. For the most part, they follow my CDO-inspired naming convention consisting of the letters "Emu" (standing for "Empoprise-MU," of course), followed by a four-digit year, a two-digit month, and a letter.
So, the first playlist that I created in the month of May, 2017 was named "Emu201705a."
Each playlist normally includes between 15 and 30 songs. Sometimes a few less, sometimes a few more.
And then there's my playlist Emu201705c.
And it's fair to describe this playlist as...varied. Here are just 10 of the 140 songs on this playlist:
"Whammy Kiss," the B-52's
"Underground Rocket," Bruce Wyman
"Wishing You Were Here," Chicago
"Under The Milky Way," The Church
"Fox On The Run," The Country Gentlemen
"My God Is Color Blind," Eddie Murphy
"Ringed By Lovers," Helen Sventitsky
"Ultraviolence," Lana Del Rey
"Plate," Ontario Emperor
"Tumbling Tumbleweeds," Sons of the Pioneers
 Or, OCD in which the letters are in alphabetical order.
 This is a local file on my home computer, and thus playable by Spotify on that computer. Since the song is not on Spotify itself, you can't stream it. But you can listen to it via Bandcamp.
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