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An automated music recommendation and Internet radio service created by the Music Genome Project.

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Pandora has those songs that you didn't know you liked

  • Mar 25, 2011
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Pandora radio, an online streaming radio station; takes what you say you like, and expands upon it.

Fear not, you can always say, "I don't like this song" and you won't hear it again.
Really love Joan Jett's, "Little Drummer Boy" but don't want to hear it in June?
"I'm tired of this song" puts it away on a hidden shelf somewhere to be dragged out in a couple of months.

What I like most about Pandora is I don't have to take up space on my hard drive with the massive amounts of songs that I like (and those ones I do but didn't KNOW I did). I heard covers by some artists that I like, of other artists that I like; that I didn't know existed! Joan Jett covers the Doors, "Love Me Two Times" Wow!

There are ads, which if you have money you don't know what to do with, you can upgrade your account and never hear. Quite frankly, since there are ads on EVERYTHING any more, I don't even notice them.

The only thing I'd like to change is be able to choose "studio tracks only" as opposed to "live tracks". (I don't go to concerts because I want to hear the music, not the shirtless girl in front of me screaming at the band)

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March 25, 2011
You and I have different music tastes! What fun! I wish the phone app had the ability to say "I'm tired of this song" like the web version on. Nice review!
March 26, 2011
Thank ye.
 
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Quick Tip by . May 26, 2011
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review by . December 01, 2009
Pandora.com has done great things for my discovery of artists and bands in a specific genre that I choose. I have come across music that I have never heard before, or haven't heard enough of to form an opinion on. Since starting my Pandora account, I have some new favorite bands and musicians.       As a music journalist, this helps me a great deal. I can discover new music, and then research the artist more heavily. Tour managers could benefit from this site too, through finding …
Quick Tip by . March 17, 2010
Pandora works a lot better than Last.fm for me. I discovered several bands via Pandora and bought a bunch of albums
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Pandora is an automatic music recommendation and Internet radio service created by the Music Genome Project. People enter a song or artist and the service plays a list of songs that are similar. Pandora refines the personalized radio station with the person's thumbs-up/thumbs-down feedback on each song. Over 400 different musical attributes are considered when selecting the next song.

People can buy songs they hear from Amazon MP3, Amazon.com, or the iTunes Store.

The Pandora media player plays through a web browser and on portable devices such as iPhone. The service is supported through advertising and subscriptions.

Pandora radio is the personalized internet radio service that helps you find new music based on your old and current favorites. Create custom web radio stations, listen free.
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