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Pandora - "Find Music You'll Love"

Pandora is a great site created by the Music Genome Project, a group of people who analyze musical components. What this site does is just find you new music you will like, based on the songs you already like. So just enter a song, and get your own streaming radio station with songs with similar qualities.

For example, I entered the song Encore, and Pandora returned another song called The Next Episode because it had "west coast ganster roots, modal harmonies, heavy use of slang, club rap influences, and dry snare and acoustic drum samples." I liked the first song, and I also liked the next few songs the station provided. Excellent!

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