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  • Okay, one of my stations, "Garbage Radio", has the following bands as variety on it: Garbage (duh), The Breeders, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, and Muse. So why in the hell do songs like "Supersitious", "The Long and Winding Road", and anything by the Beach Boys keep cropping up on it?! (It's not that I don't like The Beatles or Stevie Wonder [no, I do not like the Beach Boys, and no, I'm not sorry about that], but if I'm listening to a station with that variety, then I'm in the mood for hard, alternative and progressive rock, not R&B and folk(ish) rock!) Also, why is Garbage the least-played band on a station called "Garbage Radio"?!
    • The specific songs were probably chosen because of similar things the songs and Garbage works have such as structure or use of harmony. I have no answer for your last question though.
  • I was on "Just Dance Radio" and the song "Live Your Life" pops up, which Pandora says has similar "rap influences" to "Just Dance." Since when did "Just Dance" have rap influences?
    • Well, there's a rap verse, and a similar-to-rap breakdown part.
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