I'm not sure if you all share music on your network with your co-workers via iTunes, but at my company we do.
I share my own music that includes such TV show theme songs as "The Gummi Bears", "Golden Girls", and "A-Team". I also have "Mmmbop" by Hanson and a few hip hop remixes and mashups.
However, you can only listen to your own music so frequently. So, here are my top 5 iTunes co-workers (with network iTunes names in quotes).
5. "Support Piracy!"
Number 1 source for hip hop music and comedy. Has enough 2pac and 50 to make you feel like a real gangsta. Also has Chris Rock, Dennis Leary, Dave Chappelle, Richard Pryor and George Carlin if you want to pretend to work and actually laugh out loud. Also has Ozzie Osbourne, Nirvana and The Doors to keep the content mixed up.
Overall, "Support Piracy!" is my iTunes choice when I need a throwback to high school and remember what it was like to drink 40s in the woods with three feet of snow on the ground. Not sure how they relate, but it just does.
4. "Charles' Music Empire"
Largest collection of music which is always a plus with this user. Also has the widest range of music genres as well which is also a huge plus with me. There is a huge jazz selection, Earth, Wind and Fire, and Chaka Khan thrown in for good measure.
This is recommended for when you have absolutely no idea what you want to listen to, but you do NOT want to listen to people arguing about "what direction is best" or "why is the air conditioner on when it's 10 degrees outside".
3. "Chit my pants"
I would go into an extensive list of what is on this list, but here are the only three you need to know: Al Green's Greatest Hits, Marvin Gaye's Greatest Hits and Jackson 5's Greatest Hits.
Honestly - do you need anything else? If you do, then you can you tell me how it feels to be part of the Taliban?
2 reasons for why I love this music list - 1) Dolly Parton's Greatest Hits. Honestly, she has written at least 150 songs that I never knew she had a part in. 2) The best music that I've never heard of before. Also has classical music for when I'm debating to just totally go in different direction and move to the Bahamas and become a bartender and marry someone who doesn't speak the same language as me.
Pound for pound the greatest bang for your buck. I can listen to almost any song on the whole list. Such artists as Tenacious D, Ella Fitzgerald, Fleetwood Mac, Sinatra, 50, Gnarls Barkley, G n R, Cash, The Kinks, Kravitz, a few songs from Les Mis, Outkast, The Police, Stones, Simon and Garfunkel, Spin Doctors (listened to that today), and U2.
Honestly, if I want to go back to middle school - BAM, I'm there with Spin Doctors. If I want a song that makes me teary-eyed for my lost youth, 10,000 Maniacs, "These are the days". Smokin' Grooves Tour Summer of 97 - Fugees.
That is my list. I probably should be getting back to work now. I think I'm going to have to put on a little best of Marvin Gaye to get through this day.