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Music Streaming Services: Who Has the Most Music? [updated]

Music Streaming Services: Who Has the Most Music? [updated]

Spotify now has more paid-for subscribers than any other music streaming service in the world – a fantastic achievement! But what about the catalog? Who’s most likely to have that forgotten B-side you suddenly have an inkling to hear? Whose archive is more likely to have that obscure indie band you always wanted to listen to again? Who has the most number of tracks to stream? Read on for a comparison of the music catalog sizes [...]
Spotification

Spotification

For much of today I was listening to music via Spotify, the P2P-based music streamer that’s like an iTunes client for thousands of complete albums, EPs and CD singles, all delivered instantly and encoded in high-quality 160kb/s Ogg Vorbis. I’m usually a 320kb/s mp3 snob, so audio quality is important to me (one reason why I don’t do iTunes): Spotify beats Last.fm in this respect, and sounds better than my 320’s streamed [...]
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