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30+ Awesome Sites for Streaming Music

30+ Awesome Sites for Streaming Music
Recently we brought you a list of free & legal music downloads, but we understand that not everyone wants to eat up space on their hard drive or MP3 player. So we've compiled a list of 30+ awesome streaming music sites we know you'll enjoy. Whether you're interested in general streaming music, mixtapes, music discovery, or more, the Internet offers a plethora of streaming music services. General Streaming AH.fm - Streaming techno and dance music, as well as a forum for you to discuss with other fans. AmazingTunes.com - Search for artists you want to hear or choose from a list of stations. AOL Radio - Powered by CBS Radio, AOL Radio brings you talk, streaming music and actual radio stations. Deezer.com - Part social network, all music. DI.fm - Digitally Imported specializes in streaming electronic and dance music from all around the globe. Free.Napster.com - Free streaming music from Napster that includes full albums. MP3.com - Stream the music, or download it free. Mix Tapes Music Discovery

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