Hold tight, this is one of the strangest computer glitches I've ever seen. Viewer discretion advised.
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OK, so I'll freely admit it (not to bad of an admittance here anyways), I have a large amount of videogame music, about 90% of which is Sonic BGMs and remixes. I use Quintessential as an audio player for that. Now, I recently reinstalled and returned to playing a fairly old game, Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge (I'm preparing for a potential SDA run). Now, I have all of the music for this game saved in My Music as well, titled normally. The game typically has an odd glitch where, if you exit the game, the music continues to play. Here's the oddness:
I have QCD player running in the background but paused, as I typically do.
The current playlist on the player is entirely my Sonic collection, nothing more, nothing less.
I play the Frogger 2 game for awhile and exit, still can here the background music play.
I pop the disc out and back in to get the music to stop (always do that, always works).
I turn my music back on.
All of the music from Frogger 2 has been added to my music player.
The artist is listed as Jennifer Lopez.
While yeah, I do own a lot of common music, like the stuff you'd hear on the radio, I have NOTHING from J.Lo. And no, the Frogger 2 music has NOTHING to do with her. Furthermore, each of the tracks has a different title, different from the standard title of the audio file. I open the playlist window and simply reload the Sonic playlist, the extra tracks are gone.
I'm not particularly asking for help here, I just thought it was one of the strangest things I've ever seen a computer do, and I wanted to share it. But, anyone who knows where this could be coming from, I'm still extremely curious.