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August 15, 2010 / Tobias Mann

How To Install Last.FM

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In this Ubuntu Video Tutorial we will be looking at installing and using the default Last.FM client. Why you may be asking yourself, I like the default client as it integrates features rather than user-interface comparability. Last.FM gives you access to internet radio tailored to your specific taste in music, and it evolves to your style. Last.FM learns what you like with the love and ban buttons. You can ban music that you don’t like and love music you do like. As Love music it learns what you like and plays more music that has similar characteristics.


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