Every now and then, when you thought it wasn’t possible to come up with any more good uses of the internet, something new comes along. The latest addition this the list is Spotify, an application you’ve probably heard of and might even be using.
The technology behind Spotify isn’t new, audio streaming has been around for ages, but the idea is brilliant: With the Spotify client you have access to millions and millions of tracks right there on your computer. Since it’s streamed to your computer, there is no need to download any music, all you need is an internet connection and off you go.
This is of course a brilliant way to find new artists and favorite bands and to brush up on some old ones. Over the lasts couple of months, I’ve been putting together my own Spotify Hits playlist that I thought I’d share with you.
I guess there will be a few surprises in there.
|01||Rihanna||Good Girl Gone Bad - Soul Seekerz|
|02||The Script||We Cry - Bimbo Jones Remix|
|03||Mark Knopfler||Sailing to Philadelphia|
|05||David Gray||The Other Side|
|06||Angus & Julia Stone||Paper Aeroplane|
|07||Chris Rea||The Road to Hell Part 2 - LP Version|
|08||Bon Iver||Blood Bank|
|09||Johnny Cash||Highway Man|
|10||John Mayer||Something’s Missing|
|11||David Gray||Sail Away|
|12||Angus & Julia Stone||Just a Boy|
|13||Lene Marlin||Here We Are|
|14||John Mayer||I Don’t Trust Myself (In Loving You)|
|17||White Lies||To Lose My Life|
|18||Bloc Party||Signs - Armand Van Helden Remix|
|20||Adiam Dymott||Miss You|
|21||Bloodhound Gang||Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo|
|22||John Mayer||Neon - Live at the Nokia Theater|
|23||Aiden||Scavengers of the Dead|
|24||Angus & Julia Stone||The Beast|
Click here (http link) to access the playlist directly in your own Spotify client.
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