What music streaming service do you use?

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  1. RenchFries

    RenchFries Official Dawgshed Dutch representative

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    Since most of you don't use Sirius anymore, what did you replace it with?

    I tried Google Music all access, but I didn't like it that much. Still looking for a good replacement. A lot of people use Spotify, so I might give that a go.
     
  2. Scott

    Scott Masshole Staff Member

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    Sirius.
     
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    P-B Honourary Canuck Gold

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    Still a subscriber, plus my own extensive collection of MP3's :hw:
     
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    Pandora and sometimes iTunes radio. Jailbroken phone with unlimited pandora skips is nice.
     
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    i use pandora, xialive, spotify and iheartradio. xialive lets me listen and surf the web, the others cut out when i start surfing .

    i like being able to thumbs up or down something on pandora to focus more on what i like the most.



    i prefer to listen to youtube but it cuts out if i surf.
    bastards!
     
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    Grooveshark
     
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    Amazon Prime Music
    Pandora
    Songza
    Grooveshark
     
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    Sirius. Andrew Loog Oldham's show hasn't been on for the last two Sundays
     
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    Gitfiddle Live Deliciously

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    I get Rhapsody for free from T-Mobile.
     
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    Shoutcast on PC, Xialive on phone. Both have thousands of free music streams as well as 2 or 3 HS channels and 24-hour prank call channels.
     
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    I use jango and pvstar and make my own YouTube playlists
     
  13. Lou Loomis

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    I never quit using Rhapsody :chair:



    I had it when it was called Yahoo! Music shoutcast or something.... It was like $2.99 a month for years...
     
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    Pandora and Spotify, but I still listen to Sirius when I want a mix of songs from one particular genre. Their channels seem to have deeper cuts than the others.
     
  15. Chigs

    Chigs The finest in the Nation

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    Spotify is great. I also use soundcloud, grooveshark, pandora, rhapsody...kind of depends on the band, genre, and the extend of which I am actively listening.


    All that fun stuff.