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#125229 - 03/03/06 08:37 AM Re: www.pandora.com
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I've been using Pandora occassionally. I find it can get repetitive with songs, not within a single listening session, but if you close that session and then go back to the same channel later. It makes it feel like the song selection is limited. Overall I've enjoyed it, it would be nice if they had a record of past listening history instead of just the current sessions to better be able to give out new music. Obviously, that would be a lot more to keep track of on their end, which is likely why it isn't done currently.

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#125230 - 03/03/06 10:32 AM Re: www.pandora.com
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zarak, I get the same thing, but I still find it better than the radio.

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#125231 - 03/05/06 02:13 PM Re: www.pandora.com
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Can't argue with you there.

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#125232 - 04/29/06 01:55 PM Re: www.pandora.com
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Man, I've got a wireless G network setup now. My main DSL router is upstairs. I"m down in the basement, cranking up some Poison on Pandora on my Axioms, man it sounds so good, I can't believe it....The 500 is rocking.
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#125233 - 04/29/06 02:14 PM Re: www.pandora.com
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Wow, if Axioms can make Poison sound good...



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#125234 - 04/30/06 03:41 AM Re: www.pandora.com
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In reply to:

Wow, if Axioms can make Poison sound good...



See, now you're sticking to the pecking order, can only make fun of those below you on the chart...

Classical > Jazz > Old School Punk > New School Punk > Industrial > Rock > Crossover > Metal > Pop > Black Metal > Rap > Hip Hop > Children's Entertainment > White Noise > Wesley Willis > Ska > Glam



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#125235 - 04/30/06 12:11 PM Re: www.pandora.com
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Oh, no, glam is way better than ska. Plus you forgot Christian rock.

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#125236 - 05/01/06 12:09 AM Re: www.pandora.com
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Where does Prog Rock fall on that scale?
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