Win: February 2011

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ortiz717

Mute Math

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ortiz717

Mute Math

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kellydna

Gram Rabbit

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migrator

Bob Dylan

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tcoffin

Wilco was best around the Being There era. Now Its gotta be The National for deep, brooding, moody music. Love it.

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Amy555

I love Skillet

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creativemedium

Tool

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Snuffyspaw

My favorite Pandora Radio Station is based around James Taylor.

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deesweeps1

My Pandora is based around Metallica!

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los13

Stephen Lynch

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yogasteph

Radiohead!

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littlecat123

Toby Keith

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clestian

Phish

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leandrew

John Mayer!

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KingPin_1971_Ne...

Park, Linkin. Shaken, not stirred.

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thefilebunch

The only band that matters...

The Clash

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skatekey

Elton John...Good music

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Dak

Phoenix

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jacquejrabie

Now that I think about it, I've got to also go with The Smiths, I love them!

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cjordan13

Sublime

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Craig0611

Florence Ion – Daft Punk

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JohnEBest

My Pandora is based on the root of all music: the Grateful Dead.

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fairydancer

The Rolling Stone!!

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yuvygroovy

Eminem

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SheilaBee

Billy Joel

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njsunbunny

Zak Brown Band

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scmike7

Billy Joel!

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todonal72

Skillet Radio is my favorite

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RChenoweth

I DO NOT BELIEVE WHAT I'M ABOUT TO TYPE...
Believe it or not, my favorite Pandora Station is built upon:
(Deep breath...)
U Can't Touch This, MC Hammer
As long as you continue to dismiss the modern performances that Pandora eventually tries to sneak in, you wind up with a VERY extensive, and enjoyable Old School FUNKfest.

It actually took over 12 hours (over a period of 6 days) of airtime before "U Can't Touch This" actually played!

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!

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pokarama

Maroon 5

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gamerl139

Florence Ion; Great music!

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Alan Danziger

Lady Gaga, of course!

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stevenshizzle

Nicole Atkins

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sjtaffee

My favorite station if of course the one I created, 678, which features artists from the sixties, seventies, and eighties, built around the Beatles for 60's and 70's. Others include many bands from the British invasion for the earlier years, Motown, and other classic rock genres.

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soundguybob

Muse! Love those guys!

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Zephus

Van Halen

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nick.buth

Hmm, that would have to be a toss up between my TSO station, and Goo Goo Dolls station.

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denisevaneck

Jimmy eat world

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cbcc1119

Pink Floyd

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eagle1974

"Glee" - like tunes

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Dwhartman

REO SPEEDWAGON...THE GREATEST ROCK AND ROLL BAND OF ALL TIME!

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mhertel

Depends on the mood, it's great to have choices!!

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ilove my mac

Owl City

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whaake

Nicola Conte

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briggszilla7

The Cab!

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Theobromide

Rachmaninov

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lilsproutnlou

I would have to choose Madonna.

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enelkay

I have so many favorites it's difficult to choose just one. But the Boston Pops Orchestra is the first that came to mind, and is very definitely near the top of my list!

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dietdew

The Beatles
((*J*))

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n8inupland

Jose Gonzales

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