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For an automatic music playlist, I use Pandora. However, as an Internet radio site, Pandora plays music according to stations, and doesn't allow you to choose specific songs or albums on-demand. I've used Grooveshark Lite for on-demand streaming, but I've been frustrated by its disorganized, user-maintained library (see my Grooveshark post).

I've found that has a significantly more organized library than Grooveshark. At the site, you can search by artist, album, or track, then use the web player to stream. I can find my favorite artists, then queue up an entire album and start listening. The audio quality is fairly low, and you can only listen to each song 3 times before being prompted to buy it. For a free service, however, it's pretty decent.


ben said…
hey warnerchad,

i really appreciate your posts, as getting information/your thoughts to us is crucial to us! and i'm sorry to hear about the disorganization woes.

we just cleaned up search results quite a bit so that you wouldn't see multiples upon multiples of redundant listings. it's looking good, but this doesn't always work and isn't necessarily applied everywhere!

either way, thanks so much for everything, warnerchad. i'd love to hear your thoughts on the re-organization of grooveshark, and hopefully we'll both keep finding awesome new music!


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