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Not exactly what you're looking for, but this website lets you create Spotify playlists based on loved tracks and recommendations. Maybe you can contact the guy who made it can adapt it if you contact him. Edit: Actually you can use Playlistify to import XSPF playlists into Spotify.
Listening to the song would have added it to your library. Think of your library as pretty much every song last.fm has counted as a "listen" or "scrobble". How these scrobbles are counted depends on which client you use to listen to them with. For example, the last.fm desktop client has a setting that lets you decide how much of a song you need to listen to ...
As Backing up Last.FM scrobbles explains you should be able to use the script lastexport.py in LastToLibre. To use it: Download lastexport.py. Run it with the following terminal command: python lastexport.py -u last.fm_user_name Note that this requires you to have Python installed and that you replace last.fm_user_name with your last.fm user name. Also ...
Maybe there is something at Build Last.fm you could use? Rather than screen scraping, they do have an api that you could use to pull your library among other functions.
There are plenty of tracks which can be retrieved from last.fm with no restrictions on how many times they can be listened to, or in which territories they may be streamed. There are some which do, but this is handled serverside, so the client doesn't have any say in it. Your question is a bit unclear -- there are plenty of free tracks on last.fm, and the ...
Rdio Rdio is a music service, where you discover music through your friends and followers. Rdio works in the browser, on the desktop, and on Android, BlackBerry and iPhone smartphones. Rdio also provides music downloads.
I believe you can find some good inspiration by looking a question that was answered not too long ago: "What are some good, personalisable online radio / music apps?" Should be lots of good choices, set up with pros and cons, and already rated.
I started a thread on the assistance forum on 26th January. The answer from a LastFm team member was: Next week, I believe. So I guess people will get refund in February.
You can use sync_songs. It requires Ruby which can be installed via sudo apt-get install ruby1.9.1. on Debian-based systems. The simplest way to install sync_songs is via RubyGems (which can be installed via sudo apt-get install rubygems1.9.1 on Debian-based systems): sudo gem install sync_songs For details and other ways to install see the readme. To ...
This feature is currently in the Last.fm playground; http://playground.last.fm/multitag Welcome to Last.fm's playground! Here you can try out some of the projects we are working on and let us know what you think. Hope this helps
If you include add-ons for hardware, then I scrobble with the Last.fm add-in for Logitech Squeezebox players, and with the Last.fm app for my Android phone. Also Spotify will scrobble your plays, if you set it up to.
Basically, that is impossible. Last.fm does not offer any way to change your scrobbled data except for removing them. However, there are advances to correct the global data, but the progress is very slow. I'm not sure if the artists are actually the same in your case. If they actually are the same, you can try and help correct the data. I noticed there is ...
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