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    Talking SongRepo Music Search - Free MP3 Downloads, Videos & Lyrics

    Hi guys. This is my first post so be nice
    I have been working hard on a fairly new project, with deep roots.
    SongRepo, formerly SongZilla, has been built with performance in mind, and aims to be one central destination for quickly listening to music, watching music videos, downloading free MP3s and reading lyrics. It also helps people discover new music and introduce it to their friends. More features are available such as playlists, etc.

    SongRepo utilizes 3rd-party APIs, such as Grooveshark, YouTube and more. It gets all content from the respective server, and only references information. Nothing is stored on SongRepo's Servers.

    What I wanna know is, as far as music sites go, how would you rate this?

    Designed for Firefox.
    Compatible with: Chrome, Opera, Safari, IE(?)

    Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.

    www. songrepo .com
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    This is very slick, I like it. Worked fine in the Chromium dev build.
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    Cool as ice Bro. Music lovers will dig it.

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