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You can hear some whole albums on lastfm, you just have to search out what you want. I've been using seeqpod.com for a while now and I think it's really great. You search out an artist or song and it makes a playable search of the internet. However it's not the most practical for whole album listening.

 

Maybe try out a free trial of Real Rhapsody?

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does anyone know of any site to listen to stream music, such as last fm?

but I would like to hear whole albums as opposed to related artists as in Last fm....

 

 

Thanks go to the RIAA for your inability to do that. It's "illegal" because it gives the consumers control over what they listen to, not the record industries. The only way to get what you want is to obtain it through illicit channels such as Bittorrent, until the RIAA gets it through their heads that the customers are not the enemy.

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Thanks go to the RIAA for your inability to do that. It's "illegal" because it gives the consumers control over what they listen to, not the record industries. The only way to get what you want is to obtain it through illicit channels such as Bittorrent, until the RIAA gets it through their heads that the customers are not the enemy.

 

 

pretty sad, no?

 

wouldnt it be better? also for the artist? wouldnt give whoever wrote the song to know exactly how many people have heard his stuff?

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pretty sad, no?


wouldnt it be better? also for the artist? wouldnt give whoever wrote the song to know exactly how many people have heard his stuff?

 

 

The corporations are greedy. If you were to be able to listen to the whole album streamed online, they get less money. Lots of indie artists (and some mainstream ones recently) are clueing in that it is not always a bad idea to let your fans listen to your music for free, but for now, a lot of music is locked away in the legal dinosaur of the RIAA.

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well, for quality purposes for instance, like the thing with In Rainbows and the 160kbps mp3 for download.

Or for good artwork!!! dont you hate when you buy a cd and the insert is blank with just the Copyright smallprint at the bottom?

The thing is to make these streamed music turn into revenue straight into the bands pocket!!!

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