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Results: Do you think 99p a track is a good deal?

Yes, you old tightwad! 99p is cheap as chips!

0% • 0 votes

No, I'd like to see lower prices / more competition for music downloads!

100.00% • 1 votes

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  • jennyfar
    Please, if you have a spare Spotify invite - can you PM me one!

    Thanks SO much!
    • Browntoa
    • By Browntoa 14th Feb 10, 8:37 PM
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    theres a thread on the referrals section for spotify invites Jenny
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  • jennyfar
    thank you Browntoa,

    how can i find it?
  • Former MSE Becca
    New music streaming guide
    Hi everyone,

    I have re-written our music streaming guide:

    Please take a look and let me know of any services that you think should be included

    Many thanks,
    MSE Becca
  • impish1
    I used Deezer. I like world music and it has everything from everywhere as well as all the charts, rolling stones etc. Brilliant back catalogue
  • *MF*
    Becca ... suggested these in an earlier post, and since then the range of music on offer has increased - worth having a look via these links to see the range involved, and more than worth having a listen.
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  • Former MSE Becca
    Thanks for the suggestions guys - I'll check them out

    MSE Becca
    • usenetz
    • By usenetz 27th Mar 13, 10:17 AM
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    Spotify have removed the five play limit:
  • Northwest
    Grooveshark should be on your list (can't provide a link but thats the name of the .com site). It's a free streaming site you can use without registration but after a very basic free registration (no card details etc) allows the saving of playlists for future use.
  • andy1231
    Spotify & MusicNectar
    My personal favourites are Spotify (as a premium service) & as free to use online streaming service that you don't need to register for. MusicNectar provides the ability to easily, and informatively watch youtube videos - it then gives you recommendations for other songs, and allows you to create/manage playlists.
  • anthonyk
    New free music streaming service
    It is definitely worth checking out the new free music streaming service

    It lets you stream full albums free, and includes lyrics, artist bios, video clips and related music suggestions. It also works on all devices (phone, tablet and desktop). All completely free and with a very clean interface.
    • makingplans4nigel
    • By makingplans4nigel 28th Sep 15, 1:56 PM
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    Best Sites for Free Music (Legal)
    Hi Money Savers, wanted to start a thread for sharing the best sites for downloading free music.

    Feel free to chip in if you know of any sites that have free music of any genre.

    You need to search for tags with "free" but occasionally full albums and lots of quality independent stuff all downloadable in mp3 or flac.

    Occasional label and artist free giveaways, again you need to search and mainly individual tracks but great way of finding new music.

    Amazon also have a whole bunch of free mp3's.

    Also find occasional free stuff on facebook via artist/label page.

    So what do you use?
    Come on sucker lick my battery
    • melkor
    • By melkor 28th Sep 15, 5:24 PM
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    Thank you for these
    • KingEglon
    • By KingEglon 28th Sep 15, 7:16 PM
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    KingEglon has some good stuff on it and it is all free though they do ask for a donation.
    • Property Investor
    • By Property Investor 12th Oct 15, 7:17 AM
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    • 1 Thanks
    Property Investor
    I use RadioTube from the chrome webstore. It listens to songs currently playing at radio stations and plays them on YouTube.

    Looking at my browser history I can then replay my favourite songs as many times as I like :-)

    • movilogo
    • By movilogo 1st Dec 15, 9:42 AM
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    I was happy with free ad supported version of Spotify. But the suggested track in the middle of my playlist is irritating. These tracks are completely opposite of my preferred genres so I just hate it.

    Is there really any free alternative to Spotify? Deezer is not free in mobiles. Soundcloud has very low selection compared to Spotify.
    Happiness is buying an item and then not checking its price after a month to discover it was reduced further.
    • adamson
    • By adamson 16th Apr 16, 7:38 PM
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    where can i get the best music ?
    i'm big fun of pop music . can someone show me where can i find free or cheap pop music .
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    • boliston
    • By boliston 16th Apr 16, 8:39 PM
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    soundcloud is my favourite
    • SallyM81
    • By SallyM81 20th Apr 16, 9:08 PM
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    Soundcloud and bandcamp (more relevant for independent artists)
    • MimiG
    • By MimiG 20th May 16, 4:10 PM
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    Free music with MTV/EE sim £15 PAYG
    Saw the Geordie Shore girls on MTV doing an ad for a new MTV TRAX SIM. You get 7GB, free music, 500 mins and U/L texts all included with the £15 top up and there's no contract. It's with EE. Has anyone tried it? I fancy it for my kids.
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