kreutz, I have a feeling any further ATP lament will be ill-received here (I jumped the ATP ship and am going to dB).
I can definitely see how Spotify could be well used to check out specific artists without having a strong preference for a specific release from that artist. I guess I actually prefer the ability to discover new artists (more similar to Last.fm or Pandora), but like to be able to focus on an artist once I've found one I want to check out (which is not as easy to do in with either of those services). I'll look into it some more next week, as it was, I searched for a few artists that weren't there at all, and most that I did find, didn't have the release I wanted to check out. But admittedly, if I had a specific artist in mind, it's easier to listen to a few tracks on Spotify than to download randomly from their discography.
I guess the bottom line is that there is still no service that really does what I want... and probably never will be for free So I should just be happy that any thing is offered for no cost.
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For Premium users: you can wirelessly sync all your favourite Spotify playlists to your phone and listen Offline. Or go online and stream any of the 15 million tracks in the Spotify library. Itís access all areas for you.
For Free or Unlimited users: if you have an iPhone or an Android, you can help yourself to the Spotify Mobile app and wirelessly sync all your own music files. Thereís no access to the Spotify music library or Offline mode, but you can log in to Spotify and search for tracks.
After trying this out, it seems cool and has a lot of potential, but I searched for a lot of tracks yesterday where nothing came up. I looked for the first Dr. Dre Chronic album and it came back with nothing.
Originally Posted by guedita
And to be fair to fikus, violent strangulation is one of his better qualities.
Originally Posted by malcolmjamalawesome
Being dead is literally the only way anyone on the planet could give less of a shit about you. You look like Farrah Fawcett's melted corpse.
Open Spotify. Click on the "Spotify" menu header at the top and scroll down to "Preferences." Add your last.fm account username and password. Wait patiently for 2-3 songs while the computers talk to each other. Profit!