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Music

Hopefully it is OK to ask this here under HiFi?

 

I have been searching for some new music, I go to sites like Amazon and Allmusic which is quite good but samples are only  30 secs long. Are there any online sites that you use or where do you hear music before buying albums? I did find a site where you can play whole albums but can't find it anymore, it was similar to cdbaby?

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RE: Music

Spotify? Then once you've listened just go buy the album from wherever it's cheapest?

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RE: Music

Spotfy or last.fm are the obvious ones.

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RE: Music

Yup, Spotify would be my pick too.

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RE: Music

A good site for discovering new music is www.spotibot.com

just type in a favourit artist and it will recommend other similar artists, then you just click on the recommendation and it will play through spotify.

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