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Top 5 websites for listening to music

Enjoy listening to music? here are some websites that help you do just that!
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Rdio

Rdio
All in all, while it isn't remarkably different from other lead players on the market, Rdio very well be the best music streaming service of them all. More of the same, but better Rdio is yet another one of the many services out there which offers users the chance to stream a seemingly endless amount of music on their computers and mobile devices.
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Emusic

Emusic
Emusic was arguably the first website of it's kind. Created just as the internet was getting big, Emusic's layout inspires a feeling that invokes going to the music store for the very first time, a feeling that one would almost call retro. To put it simply, the look is nineties-tastic.
Rhapsody
Whether or not Rhapsody will continue to be successful is a no-brainer: the answer is "yes". The Open Music Model and the Long Tail theory The heading might sound like a mouthful, but Rhapsody, a music subscription service available mainly to residents of the US, embodies both concepts.
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Rara

Rara
Rara is definitely an underdog in the music streaming world. It isn't as popular as services like any other music streaming platform, like Grooveshark or Spotify, and feedback on it has been mixed. Not only is there no free trial, but the streaming platform does not out perform it's competitors on price - even on a yearly basis.
BearShare
In the long run, BearShare has made it out better than other P2P file sharing networks; however, the fact remains that this P2P network has been severely outmoded by more current services. BearShare is cool but out of date While most peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing networks have gone the way of the dodo, BearShare is still going strong.