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I use pandora.. I have to say that while it is awesome and all, it gets VERY repetitive if you listen to it as much as me. I will definitely be checking out this grooveshark deal. It would be nice to listen to Exactly what I'm in the mood for instead of something "close."My biggest pet peeve with pandora is the station variety program only works one way. For example and where it irks me the most, I have a blues station. I put in every blues artist I could remember (mainly what people consider "the forefathers" of the blues) to create the station. Now if you know blues you know that a good number of the artist also have some gospel albums or song sprinkled throughout their career. So pandora then tags any artist with any gospel song with a "gospel" label.. then you thumbs up enough artist that get that tag from 3 songs or one album and all of a sudden Bishop Joe Jackson is blasting your ear off about "Jesus Shower your light on my poor self." Now when I thumbs down every single gospel song that comes on my blues station it doesn't say.. hey he doesn't like gospel and remove the tag from the station.. So I guess I will have to thumbs down every single gospel song pandora has in its library before it stops. Worst part: I'm not a hard core hater of gospel. I just don't wanna listen to gospel on my blues station.. but when I thumbs down a gospel song, I thumbs down the song for every station. If you can't tell I'm really kind of over pandora lol.. sorry for the rant.
Just tried Grooveshark out last night after my 2I. Holy shit. It has video game soundtracks on it. From NES to PS3. Holy shit.-Vrigil