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So far I have experimented with Rhapsody and Mog, both of which are pretty nice. I'm just wondering if anybody else has experience using any other type of subscription-based music streaming service? If so, please share your thoughts...
 

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I was kind of wondering about MOG. I haven't tried it yet, but doesn't it require a subscription, also? What do you actually get with it?
 

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I am looking for a new way to listen to music. Is Rhapsody good? I know a lot of people use it. I have a subscription to Pandora and XM radio right now, and of course I have iTunes as well for the time being.
 

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I came across an article on Gizmodo that compares Mog, Rdio, Rhapsody, and Grooveshark.

Despite what the article has to say about Rhapsody, they actually have a pretty awesome beta site that I have been using for the last month. Otherwise I agree with Gizmodo. Mog seems to have more of the type of stuff I want to listen to, but their buggy website and ugly apps are a huge turnoff. Rdio is great, I'm thinking about switching over from Rhapsody after my free trial is up. Although they do not have an official app, there is an "app" by Rdio in the Chrome Web Store that serves as a link to their website. You can also download this awesome extension some one else created for Rdio via the Chrome Web Store.
 

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I am looking for a new way to listen to music. Is Rhapsody good? I know a lot of people use it. I have a subscription to Pandora and XM radio right now, and of course I have iTunes as well for the time being.
Pandora and XM Radio are good for what they do, I actually prefer Last.fm over both of those. I'm talking more about library-based services, though...something I can use to replace my own person music library.
 
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