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View Poll Results: Where do you stream your music?
Spotify 34 56.67%
Apple Music 6 10.00%
Google Play Music 4 6.67%
Rdio 2 3.33%
Tidal 0 0%
Pandora 10 16.67%
Deezer 1 1.67%
Xbox Music 2 3.33%
Other (Please post what you use) 7 11.67%
I buy my music like a real fan should! 11 18.33%
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Old 10-05-15, 07:11 PM   #76
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Re: What streaming music service do you use/prefer?

Spotify is the best. Love it. The PS4 integration is sweet as well.

I should really get a family account because my daughter seem to always be using it when I want to.
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Old 10-06-15, 08:10 AM   #77
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I'm waiting for either Rdio or Spotify to offer up another promotion and will then likely join either one of those. From what I can tell, both offer similar features -- and nearly as important, I need a premium membership for either to work through Sonos.
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Re: What streaming music service do you use/prefer?

The Beatles are now available (or by midnight tonight, apparently) on all the major streaming music services.
http://gizmodo.com/from-christmas-ev...les-1749413774
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According to the official Beatles website, the streaming services providing the music of the Fab Four will include:

Spotify (both free and premium accounts)
Apple Music
Slacker
Tidal
Microsoft’s Groove
Rhapsody
Deezer
Google Play
Amazon Prime

And you’ll be able to listen to the following albums:

Please Please Me
With The Beatles
A Hard Day’s Night
Beatles For Sale
Help!
Rubber Soul
Revolver
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles
Yellow Submarine
Abbey Road
Let It Be
The Beatles 1962 – 1966
The Beatles 1967 – 1970
Past Masters (Volumes 1 & 2)
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Awesome!
edit: These appear to all be the remasters, but I don't see anything about if it will include the mono versions.
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Old 12-23-15, 10:54 AM   #79
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So. Fucking. Awesome. Despite being a big Beatles fan, I haven't listened to the band in years because I have anti-piracy scruples, don't own all of the the CDs and wasn't willing to pay for digital copies.
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Old 12-23-15, 10:56 AM   #80
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Re: What streaming music service do you use/prefer?

Also, Google Music now offers family plans for $15. I signed my entire family up in about ten minutes.

After trying Rdio (RIP), Spotify and Apple Music, Google Music continues to be my favorite streaming service.
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Old 12-23-15, 12:21 PM   #81
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The Beatles are now available (or by midnight tonight, apparently) on all the major streaming music services.
http://gizmodo.com/from-christmas-ev...les-1749413774


Awesome!
edit: These appear to all be the remasters, but I don't see anything about if it will include the mono versions.
Great news, and I was just getting ready to rip all my Beatles CDs and add to my Amazon library, now I don't have to. It would be awesome if the mono versions were included, but honestly, I'd be surprised if they were.
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My Google Play has every bootleg, remix, Purple Chick, outtake, mono, stereo, needledrop, etc. I've collected over the past 27 years, but I'd rather hear high quality streaming over Spotify just to listen to the "canon" tracks.

Hopefully Love, the BBC, Anthologies, etc. will be coming soon.
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I've usually gotten The Beatles to play through Slacker in my car, but they were the only artist that was kind of hit-or-miss when you request them. Glad that's being fixed.
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Yup, they weren't up yesterday, but they're all up today on Spotify (except LOVE, I guess). Ten albums are up on Amazon Prime.
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Old 12-24-15, 09:50 AM   #85
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Here's a picture of me streaming some Beatles this morning:

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I'm sure it sounds awesome in your car.

But I'm sure it's a challenge when you go out for a run.

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Another domino falls. I never subscribed to Groove, but I did get a ton of stuff a few holidays ago when albums and boxed sets were 99 cents. I think I exported most of them to iTunes but will have to check.

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Groove Music is excited to announce that we’re partnering with Spotify to bring you the world’s largest music streaming service. On December 31, 2017, the option to stream*, purchase, and download music from Groove Music will be discontinued. After December 31, 2017, you’ll still be able to listen to your purchased music if it has been downloaded.

Keep your current music collection intact by downloading to your devices any albums and tracks that you’ve already purchased. You can download your purchased music through the Groove Music App until December 31, 2017.

To download your music, open Groove, go to your music collection and select the Purchased filter. Right-click or press and hold your music files and select Download from the menu.

Check out our FAQ for more info on moving from Groove Music Pass to Spotify.* We’ll continue to update the Groove Music app on all Windows devices so you can play the music you’ve purchased and downloaded to your devices or stored on OneDrive.

*If you are a Groove Music Pass subscriber, we sent you a separate email regarding the December 31, 2017 termination of the Groove Music Pass service. Please read that email and FAQ for important details, including details on how you can move your Groove music to Spotify. We thank you for supporting Groove Music.
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