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Pavan Kumar Dittakavi
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Hi Guys,

I want to know if there are any websites that play songs randomly. Just like a radio. If you are aware of them please share. I cam across this site called http://www.wad.io/. But im somehow unable to listen to songs.

Thanks,
Pavan.
 
Muse Ran
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May be problem with your Ears, consult an ENT doctor
 
Pavan Kumar Dittakavi
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Muse Ran wrote:May be problem with your Ears, consult an ENT doctor


Thank you very much for your ridiculous post. It was an eye opener for me . I take it that you've made a recent visit to an ENT doctor. I wish you a speedy recovery. !

Cheers,
-Pavan.
 
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There are about a million "internet radio" stations (see here). I either listen to Pandora, which adjusts what it plays according to your choices, or my local public radio station.
 
Gail Schlentz
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My favorite is http://www.slacker.com. You can set up your own radio station or listen to some of theirs. You can skip &/or "ban" songs or artists. The free version only gives you 6 skips per hour, but the paid one ($3.99/month, I think?) gives you unlimited. I use it on my computer, and on my Droid. I love it!
 
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