izzie wrote:The concept is completely different. You pay a monthlty fixed cost and then you can stream all the music you want. Songs are also available offline if you sync them, both for your computer and your smartphone.
oh ok, I might have to give it a try! I like buying the music though so it goes to the bands (If any of it does that is, with the industry how it is, apparently bands themselves make hardly anything from record sales, but smaller bands get the money usually)
I have only heard something about spotify for three month. Can't recognize how I lived without it before. It's a beautiful invention.
If I don't know a band I look on spotify, have all her music and decide if I like them. Also found Crashdiet in that way...
So it just can be good...
Now I only have the free version, think it goes for six month or whatever, but I guess I'll take the premium membership one day...
So walk on,
I haven't look at a downloaded MP3 file since I started using Spotify, so in that sense, they turned me into a "paying costumer".
I love the service and I can only recommend it to everyone. For 1188 swedish crones a year you will get around 20 million songs, and you can't listen to all of those songs in your entire life.
I find new songs all the time, that I add to my "Random" playlist that you can find here:
http://open.spotify.com/user/mined/play … RAmxiWLUdq
I don't know how I survived before spotify! Since I listen to music almost 24/7 it's perfect If I get tired of my playlist I just go to a friends profile or use the radio function. Absolutely love it
If you love me like music
I'll be you're song
I don't use Spotify at all...
reason 1 .. I simply don't like it at all (designs, lots of stuff I listen to I can't find there) ..
reason 2 .. as far as I know musicians and bands barely get paid at all from spotify (not sure if that's the case anymore, but it used to be like that a while ago) so I rather just support them by buying their cds...
reason 3.. kind of a stupid one but all my friends playlists sucks so I dont' really get introduced to new music there
I don't use Spotify. Most of the albums I want to listen to aren't available. The ads are annoying. I don't want to pay just to get rid of them, when I can use something similar to Spotify, which is included in my wi-fi subscription. It's called YouMusic there are much more music, and no ads.
But I prefer to buy physical CD's
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