Is there a way to export a list of songs that have been upvoted or downvoted in a particular pandora station? I have been working on customizing my own pandora station for over a year and would like to be able to get that data out.
Songs (You) Liked on Pandora is a nice page/app to get a list of songs you've liked (up-thumbed). You could probably request songs you dis-liked (down-thumbed) from the author/creator.
There is a good Google Chrome Extension to export Pandora Thumbs Up playlists to Spotify. Once you have the playlists in Spotify, you can export it using the tips here: http://www.spotify-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=15
I'm sure you'll find other tools to export Spotify playlists.
In your profile you'll see the list of thumbed up and down songs. You could always just do the ol' copy/paste/clean up - shouldn't be too bad.
I created a small script to export your entire list of liked songs, see here: http://www.tedtrowbridge.com/exporting-liked-songs-from-pandora/
You can also find the project on GitHub: https://github.com/teddytrowbridge/pandora-export
I opened all of my stations one by one and copied and pasted each song into Excel.
Then, I cleaned everything up.
- Find and Replace: replace the word by with >
- Data: Text to Columns. Use > as the delimiter to separate the song from the artist.
- Removed all duplicates.
- Pasted into Playlistity
Worked like a charm!
I've tried a few different options, but the easiest to use seems to be Pandora Extractor
There are two ways to use it. First, if you have a public profile on Pandora and have under 100 likes, you can simply type in your Pandora username (no password required) and the script will look at your public profile and scrape your likes.
Alternatively, if your profile is private, if you have over 100 likes, or if the other option doesn't work for some reason, you can simply open up Pandora in a new tab, navigate to your profile page, and then drag and drop the "Drag to Pandora Tab" button from the Pandora Extractor to your Pandora tab. This used to work for me on Chrome, but no longer. It may still work on Firefox though.