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Author Topic: WTF 6925 USB 2354 UTC 7 Dec 2022  (Read 1035 times)

Offline Dr. Strangelove

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Re: WTF 6925 USB 2354 UTC 7 Dec 2022
« Reply #15 on: December 08, 2022, 0047 UTC »
S9+ and sounding great here.  Thanks for the tunes!
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Re: WTF 6925 USB 2354 UTC 7 Dec 2022
« Reply #16 on: December 08, 2022, 0300 UTC »
...Don't know about others who are listening, but I really appreciate the broad sampling of what I consider good quality, interesting music. I would have probably never heard 0.1% of this music I've heard on pirate radio otherwise, esp. on WTF.

Ditto, I'm not sure I'd have heard about Puma Blue or Pepper Coyote if not for pirate radio. Now they're both on my playlist. Even Pandora and Spotify tends to just feed me more of whatever I'm already listening to, rather than genuinely new music. Pandora used to be better but seems to have settled into a groove of sameness.
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