Euro Cult Movie Forum => Soundtracks => Topic started by: Distorty on 08 Sep 2011 - 13:35

Title: Eurocult - Spotify playlist
Post by: Distorty on 08 Sep 2011 - 13:35
Hey guys, not sure if anyone on here uses Spotify? But if you don't you should.

I've created a quick Eurocult playlist with just a few things on there, It's a collaborative playlist, so anyone can add anything they like. Have a look, and add some cool Eurocult soundtrack related stuff!

http://open.spotify.com/user/mondomatty/playlist/3zUW99mnFGwFVyEjadKYYT

Could be fun.

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Title: Re: Eurocult - Spotify playlist
Post by: Jonny on 08 Sep 2011 - 15:14
Hey guys, not sure if anyone on here uses Spotify? But if you don't you should.


It's too dear for me...

Good idea though.
Title: Re: Eurocult - Spotify playlist
Post by: Paul on 08 Sep 2011 - 15:27
It was good when it was ad-funded and free to users. They obviously weren't making enough money from it that way. Shame because I didn't mind the ads and saw the format as a natural successor to radio. Great way to discover music (new and old) too.

Don't see the point in subscribing for a fixed price, and more to the point, can't justify paying for a service like that when I'm spending £££ each month on Sky (TV, Broadband and landline) and LoveFilm. You just can't do it all, eh?
Title: Re: Eurocult - Spotify playlist
Post by: Distorty on 08 Sep 2011 - 16:03
All very true. Personally I use it at work constantly, so I can justify it for that very reason.

Plus £4.99 a month really doesn't seem too bad to me, considering what you get.
Title: Re: Re: Re: Eurocult - Spotify playlist
Post by: Jonny on 08 Sep 2011 - 20:50
Plus £4.99 a month really doesn't seem too bad to me, considering what you get.

If I listened to music more at home I'd probably go for it but I only really listen to music in the car or when out walking so web based music isn't viable for me at the moment.
Title: Re: Eurocult - Spotify playlist
Post by: Distorty on 09 Sep 2011 - 09:45
I'm not really a car guy, but I'd imagine internet radio must be the next thing for in car audio?

That'd be pretty cool.