11-11-2012 07:18 PM
Right click a track, playlist, profile name or something like that in Spotify and click HTTP Link or Emned Code.
Copy HTTP Link and CTRL+V here:
Copy Embed Code and CTRL+V in HTML:
11-11-2012 07:31 PM
Thanks, hpguru, that worked great! It would have taken me a long time to figure that out. You really are a guru!
Here's the link I was trying to post in another discussion. Maybe you'll like it:
11-11-2012 07:55 PM - edited 11-11-2012 08:05 PM
Listened some tracks, nice oldies goldies. But not that music I listen forever and ever like party music.
But this is very nice to listen, some variety to my bass powered party music, I play from my speakers all day every day. My speakers need to relax too sometimes. :)
Thank you for sharing!
If you want to hear some tracks I like to listen 24/7, here's some:
Cascada – Summer Of Love - Ryan T. & Rick M. Radio Edit
Ryan Thistlebeck – Rising - Zooland Bootleg Radio Edit (Zooland Records 4ever)
ItaloBrothers – My Life Is A Party - Ryan T. & Rick M. Edit
Spencer & Hill – Yeah Yeah Yeah - Ryan T. & Rick M. Bootleg Radio Edit
The bass may damage some speakers. Listen if you're happy with this. :)
11-11-2012 08:38 PM
Thanks for listening and sharing.
I know it was a little lazy of me to add whole albums to my playlist. I wanted to have all the music together in one place for when I was in the mood for it, as well as to expose people to the sacred steel style. It's not something I listen to for long periods of time, either.
I listened to some of the tracks you posted - not a style I have listened to much, so I appreciate you bringing it to me. I'll keep exploring. Spotify is a wonderful thing.
17-04-2013 05:36 AM
17-04-2013 12:41 PM
Hi I'm new to spotify and have some questions. 1. What is the 2 day premium trial and will I get charged money for using after this time period? 2. What is diffrent from spotify free an premium like what can't you do on free? 3. What is spotify free? 4. What does spotify mean by a time limit on music after six months of free? I would really appreciate if you could answer these questions I am very confused.
Hey! Welcome to the community :)
1. No, the 48 hour free trial is completely free and you won't be charged automatically once it is over.
2. Spotify Premium gives you unlimited ad-free access to the entire Spotify catalogue at the highest quality rate (320kbps) and also allows you to mark playlists for offline usage, meaning you can listen to them when you don't have an internet connection. Premium also gives you access to Spotify on your supported mobile devices.
3. Spotify free is the ad-supported version of Spotify, where you are free to access the massive Spotify catalogue at the standard streaming rate (160kbps) only on the desktop versions of the client.
4. Spotify free accounts are subject to a listening time restriction of 2.5 hours (max) per week after the account has been registered for 6 months (you can listen to as much as you like until then!). This restriction applies in every region apart from the USA. French listeners have the added restriction of only being able to listen to an individual track 5 times before it becomes unavailable to them. These restrictions are sadly enforced by the record labels and not Spotify!
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