Depending on your point of view, the original Pandora.com was either a fun retro homage to iTunes circa 1998, or maybe the best use of Khaki on the Internet — or maybe your view is that it has a face that only a mother could love. Well, tonight we’ve pulled the covers off an entirely new Pandora.com. One that lets us tell the story of Pandora Everywhere while delivering a more compelling, more beautiful experience on the web. Hope you enjoy it!

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  1. dan
    June 14, 2007 at 7:11am
    Bad idea with the "upgrade" your station is now unlistenable for me due to constant clipping and poor streaming and the endless advert on the right hand side. bye bye pandora unless things change
  2. penelope watson
    November 08, 2007 at 8:33pm
    only, would be great to have the music cut be noted as to the release date. thanks.
  3. Nadz
    January 17, 2008 at 5:24am
    Hey im glad pandora is still in the uk but itz a shame the proper website isn't in the UK anymore!!! i luv pandora!!! lol!!! u ROCK!!! (my socks!!!) luv ya all and give me a comment on us.5@hotmail.co.uk!! thanx!!! <3 ^_^
  4. doyle cook
    March 07, 2008 at 7:55am
    why cant you play all the selections by the artist picked instead of mixing it up?
  5. Akash Nanavati
    January 27, 2010 at 1:13pm
    I am not sure if it's Artificial Intelligence or not but I am surprised how it chooses the genre of music or group of similar sounds when artist's name is entered to create a station. Awesome work! Keep it up!
  6. Matt Miller
    July 25, 2011 at 8:01am
    The new site seems like a nice upgrade,Just have one complaint, there's no way to select and copy and artist's name or song title. In the past if a song came on that I liked a lot I would thumbs it up (obviously) but I would also want to add the song and artist to my last fm profile. The old site lets me click on the the song title which takes me to a page where I can select and copy so i can past the info somewhere else. With the new site it's a bit cumbersome to have to type out the the song title and artist name from the page because it won't let me copy and paste.
  7. Kellee Maileen H.
    August 04, 2011 at 5:17am
    I was only able to enjoy the new Pandora website for the first week on my computer at work, and LOVED IT, until something changed in the URL address, or somewhere, that added the word "facebook". Now I am unable to get it because anything Facebook related is blocked. Is there anyway to enjoy the New Pandora via a different URL? I loved the fact that the lyrics could be accessed on any song that had them available, too. On the old site, when the lyrics tab is clicked, you're re-directed to the artists' bio page instead. Sincerely, Really,really missing the New Pandora!!
  8. Mike
    September 10, 2011 at 10:55am
    Please tell me how to load the original Pandora site. I run Pandora through my laptop onto a tv. The old Pandora showed up just fine. The new Pandora has smaller type and doesn't show up well at all. Mike
  9. Stitchie
    September 10, 2011 at 2:08pm
    I'm pretty dissatisfied with the new revamp of the page, in all honesty. For me, it seems that the website has abandoned the simple practicality I wanted for some prettier pixels. I have a slightly slower internet connection and a fixed download allowance every day, and the graphically intensive new design is really messing with that. In fact, to be honest, it won't even let me LOG IN now. Every time I think I've logged in, it logs me out, every time I get a password reset, it redirects me to the page requesting my e-mail so that I can get a password reset. It's aggravating me to no end. I just want to come here to listen to music personally. I don't want some shiny webpage that eats up my download allowance and doesn't even let me log on along with a music feed nobody is going to read. Is there an option anywhere that allows me to use the old format? I can't deal with all of this extra crap...

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