Music is like pizza, it's all good, some is just better than others.
Stats: Male, 40+, Happily married, Recovering headbanger, Can't resist female vocalists, Listening since 2006.
If there is a feminine descriptor in a station name, the dudes Pandora says play on it got the ole thumbs down long ago.
The biggest thing I’ve learned from my time on Pandora is that Clocks, Maps, Lovefool, Bittersweet Symphony and Don’t Stop Believing are related to every song ever recorded. If, or I should say when, one of them shows up on my Gregorian chant station I probably won’t even blink.
Here lately Pandora has become fond of switching the classic versions of songs to s****y remakes, demos and live versions, and pretending that’s what you thumbed up. Changing the album art to soundtracks seems to be a thing now too; it goes well with all the bad links.
On the old internet interface I’ve thumbed up > 12,000 songs, but on the (uhem) improved one it is >17,000. How does that work?