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Old 06-14-2009, 08:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Suppose I want to listen to internet radio stations such as hardradio.com or beyondearcandy.com or any other that I choose,can this be done? Is there a winamp clone for blackberry? I also plan on loading up my favorite progressive metal albums to listen to while I'm at work,any replies would be appreciated
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You could just download Pandora or Slacker and listen to what ever group you want.
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Hey that means I can log into my Sirius account and listen at work w/o the firewall police locking me out on my desk top....????...woo-hoo....
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There's also iheartradio.com
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I second Pandora. I'm liking it more and more each time I use it. I can see wanting to hear a particular broadcast, but if listening to music you like is what you want, Pandora is the way to go.

(I've searched on artists/groups and observed that there's nothing in the Pandora library at the time, but I add the name anyway. Within days selections by the artist/groups come through in my feed. So cool.)
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I second Pandora. I'm liking it more and more each time I use it. I can see wanting to hear a particular broadcast, but if listening to music you like is what you want, Pandora is the way to go.

(I've searched on artists/groups and observed that there's nothing in the Pandora library at the time, but I add the name anyway. Within days selections by the artist/groups come through in my feed. So cool.)
i'm with my dude (PAUSE). Pandora is the way to go. you have to try it. it's hard for me to listen to regular radio now. that top 40 garbage is done. internet radio is all the rage...
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