Amazon Prime Music
Announced and launched today is a new music streaming service from Amazon, titled 'Amazon Prime Music.'

The new service, which is exclusive to Amazon Prime subscribers in the USA, has over one million tracks and hundreds of playlists available lo stream at no extra charge with an Amazon Prime subscription.

When I first started to explore the new service, I immediately went to Green Day's artist page (of course, right?). Prime Music has most of the band's studio and live albums minus Warning, Shenanigans, and ¡TRÉ! (with the exception of two songs). A few single releases are available as well such as "Working Class Hero" and "21 Guns (featuring American Idiot Musical cast)."

Amazon Prime Music is available via the web app or in Amazon's Music app for iOS and Android.

If you're an Amazon Prime Member and don't subscribe to Spotify, Rdio, or other streaming services, it's definitely worth the time to check out. If you're not a Prime subscriber, Amazon is offering a free 30-day trial of the streaming service. If you like the service and want to try Amazon Prime, I would highly recommend it as it includes free two-day shipping and a lot of free video content.
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July 2019
Happening this month:
Jul 01:
1039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours was released 28 years ago.
Jul 02:
Happy 25 year anniversary to Billie Joe and Adrienne.
Shenanigans was released 17 years ago.
Jul 12:
GDA celebrates it's 18 year anniversary today.