So I got Napster to Go and am running out of ideas. v.suggestions.

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  1. Howie Feltersnatch

    Howie Feltersnatch New Member

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    I like the Clash, Rancid, Reel Big Fish, the White Stripes, Presidents of the united states of america, ween, the strokes, the hives and most garage and pop-punk music. I haven't heard an Incubus song I don't like but I haven't heard them all. I have a couple of dropkick murphy's songs, but most of their stuff I didn't care for. Please Help.
     
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    napster???

    that was so 8 years ago
     
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    Howie Feltersnatch New Member

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    I liked the sound. Bluesy, stevie ray vaughnish. I couldn't download it though. :dunno:
     
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    :bowrofl: napster

    I think you'd like these bands..look up: alice in chains, millencolin, fugazi, the get up kids, jawbreaker, the pixies, pennywise, at the drive-in
     
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    oh and use torrents for music.

    dl utorrent and use isohunt.com to look up music
     
  7. SayYes

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    Yeh, but napster has upgraded. http://www.napster.com/napsterlinks/

    Free music, cool little links and stuff. I think it's better then iTunes music store, i'm not a fan of the whole 30 sec slips. You feel me?:cool:
     
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    Check out The International Noise Conspiracy.
     
  9. Howie Feltersnatch

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    yeah, I already have some AIC, but fugazi is so straightedge I don't think I'll find them. I have some pixies already: gigantic, debaser, where is my mind, bam-thwok. Any other noteworthy pixies songs? I know everybody uses limewire and torrents, but I didn't feel right stealing, so I pay for my music. 14.95 a month for unlimited downloads. I'm too lame for my own good.
     
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    Sweet band, I'm diggin' their sound. Thanks.
     
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    Tiger Army
    Street Dogs
    Danzig
     
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    all pixies songs from doolittle, surfa rosa and come on pilgrim are really good. buy the ablums if you can :coold:

    but my favs. are, I bleed, monkey gone to heaven, hey, bone machine, river euphrates, ed is dead, holiday song
     
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    $14.95/mo? unlimited downloads? Didn't know it was that cheap... so what's the catch? $15 is barely the cost of an album so how can you be allowed unlimited downloads.. also what quality are the files do they have drm etc that would stop me playing them on my phone. Any covers?

    Sorry Napster site seems pretty limited on info without signing up.

    I know you can get music from torrents etc but if I can legally get good quality singles at a decent price I wouldn't mind paying as singles can be a pain to get hold otherwise ;-)
     
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    Oh wait here it is...

    Sounds like a nightmare of limited usage...
     
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    yeah you have to maintain your account for the files to be playable, but seeing as how i was looking at sirius s50, this is just about the same, except it's only music i pick. the files are usually at 192kbps wma. and the napster to go works with compatible mp3 players. I have a sansa m260, don't know if you could do it to a phone.
     

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