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I prefer to listen to entire albums or all songs from a single artist at a time, but the huge number of duplicates that appear when listing songs from a single album or artist makes this a very painful experience right now as I have to manually pick out the songs one by one or remove the duplicates after adding them to the playlist.

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Is there an option in Grooveshark itself to only show one version of each song when listing them?

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closed as off-topic by Alex, Eight Days of Malaise, Al E., jonsca Jun 20 '15 at 7:35

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related: webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/23152/… – phwd Feb 1 '12 at 8:33

As stated by phwd in the other question:

You will need Grooveshark Enhancement Suite but it will only remove songs to the best of its ability. Users who name the song incorrectly are not detected.


Before extension

Click remove duplicates in the bottom right hand corner.

Remove duplicates

After removing exact duplicates

Duplicates removed

In the above it was only able to remove one exact duplicate.

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