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Review by Jorja Fox12 years ago
I've never had a problem here. Although quite often I disagree with their opinions. Seems safe enough.
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Review by T N.12 years ago
I still use allmusic.com. I don't know if anyone else does. The primary use I have for it is to cross-check it against my music collection, to make sure that I have absolutely every single album by the bands that I love. Additionally, if I'm in one of those moods to categorize my music, I'll use Allmusic as a guide for genres and styles.
Once in a while I'd read the snippets about artists too, but generally it's better to rely on Wikipedia for that, as I tend to get distracted by the highlighting of other bands' names in the text. As well, I don't like having to click on "read more". I just sought out that one artist, isn't it slightly obvious that I would want to read more??? It makes zero sense for me to target one thing in particular and then have to click on a link to read more about it.
Allmusic also has a section which gives you similar artists, influences and followers. It's all well and nice but somewhat useless in the age of last.fm, pandora and grooveshark which all allow you to listen to those similar artists right then and there.
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Review by prouser12 years ago
From Beethoven to the Beatles and beyond, you'll find Allmusic.com a treasure-trove of musical knowledge.