November 23, 2014

Win 1-year of Slacker Premium [GIVEAWAY]

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Yo!  We’ve got a one-year Slacker Premium account that we’re just dying to give away!  You want it?  Sweet!

UPDATE: Winners have been selected and notified in the comments below. Thanks to all who contributed, there were some really great selections. Lots that we know and love but plenty of new stuff added to the playlists!

GRAND PRIZE WINNER (1-year Premium account)

  • Nick

RUNNER-UP PRIZES (1-month Premium account):

  • Mike Parker
  • nosmohtac
  • icyrock1

What’s the best song for a road trip?

All ya gotta do is tell us which musician, band, or artist you would listen to first if you won.  You’re answer could be anything across any genre – we don’t care.  Frankly, we’re looking for something new to listen to around the office.  What’s more, we’ve got a road trip coming up and we need some new “choons” to check out.

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Slacker’s Premium accounts run $9.99 a month an include a host of features and options that are definitely worth the price.  We’ve enjoyed their services over the last few years and appreciate the ever-growing list of music and news options.

Slacker Premium features include:

  • As many skips as you want across all stations, on web or mobile.
  • Cache your favorite stations on your mobile phone’s memory card.
  • Ad-free listening on the web, on your mobile phone and anywhere else you sign in to listen to Slacker Radio.
  • ABC News station features up-to-date reports including, world news, entertainment, sports, business and more.
  • Fully-personalize ESPN stations to prioritize updates from favorite teams and sports.
  • Full lyrics so you can read the words and sing along .
  • On-demand access to the Slacker music library. Subscribers can listen to specific songs, full albums, single artist radio stations, and more

Win a one year Slacker Premium subscription… or a handful of monthly accounts!

You didn’t think there would only be one winner here, did you? Nosiree, we’ve got a handful of one-months subscriptions to check out as well.

Hit the comments below and tell us which artist or song you’d listen to first if you won.  We’ll run this contest for around three days and will choose our winners on Monday, July 15.  We’ll email the winners and get you a license!

  • Christopher Mann

    Free Ride – Edgar Winder Group!

  • Sebastiano Gottardo

    Lose Yourself to Dance – Daft Punk

  • housry23

    First would be Foo Fighters. After that, some Wu-Tang.

  • Jamal Jackson

    Gnarls Barkley – smiley faces

  • Tom002

    Go With The Flow – Queens of the Stone Age

  • seven2k

    queen bohemian rhapsody

  • rafe

    sublime

  • ♥Chris♥

    It would b tight between My Darkest Days and Jay Z Magna Carta !

  • Patrick Holloway

    Creedence Clearwater Revival is truly the best road trip music of all time.

  • Andre K. Humes

    “Summer Madness” by Kool and the Gang is an excellent first song for any road trip…extremely mellow.

  • Mike Parker

    Alt j I love breeze blocks

  • Ira Levy

    At the Hundredth Meridian – The Tragically Hip.

  • coggy9

    I’d listen to some Modest Mouse.

  • icyrock1

    Awake – Secondhand Serenade

  • Jason

    Something by Yes or Electric Light Orchestra. Sure it’s classic rock, but so many of their songs just seem to be “cooler” when I’m driving for some reason.

  • JoeBob Frank

    Primus – Wynona’s Big Brown Beaver

  • Andrew Emile

    T.I., Musiq Soulchild and J. Cole

  • Steve Jansen

    Most anything by Bob Dylan or Neil Young will get my drive on. Unless I’m in one of those moods then its Ozric Tentacles all the way! (Don’t ask what mood that is)

  • Josh Ryan

    Van Halen’s “Jump”. I’d play the opening with my air drums using my Slacker premium I just won!

  • XEOD

    LOL – I just re-installed Slacker on my phone and looking at them again vs. Pandora. What better way to listen to Tiesto on the Electronic Hits station and with premium service!

  • Johnnysoup

    “Girl from North County” by the Lions…Originally a Bob Dylan song this was redone a few years back.
    Especially good if you’re taking a motorcycle..Fire up your bike, crank this up, and Ride On…..

  • Brian

    Arctic Monkeys – Fluorescent Adolescent

    There is something about it that once I listen to this song on a long drive it sticks with me the whole trip

  • CopierITGuy

    I’d be blasting God’s favorite band, Project 86!

  • Rijul

    Orion by Metallica

  • Elwen

    Alice Cooper – Poison just some old song to remind good old summer days

  • bobbydigital04

    Award Tour – Tribe Called Quest. “Award” which your giving away to lucky people (like me) and “Tour” sounds fancier than “trip” doesnt it…(Road Tour)?

  • Jacca Anderson

    I’d listen to Creed first.

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  • Christopher Hamilton

    I’d listen to One Republic “Stop And Stare”

  • jsfbay

    One Republic

  • Rocco

    Sober by Tool

  • Jonathan

    I’d be listening to Tom Petty. Running Down A Dream.

  • Scott Castillo

    Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas Ula Ula

  • probman

    Trampled by turtles

  • http://about.me/joeklemmer Joe Klemmer

    Am I really that old?

    Album: AC/DC – Highway to Hell
    Song: BOC – Don’t Fear the Reaper

    (And I’ll pass on the Slacker account if, by some strange turn of fate, I should “win”.)

  • Eagleveteran

    One Republic – Good Life

  • DamonZ28

    Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me – from the album Hysteria

  • Cal

    Defgnitely highway to hell or creedence fortunate son

  • ReklessSVT

    Some Dropkick Murphys is always good for a roadtrip

  • ryanj983

    Tool

  • BillJude56

    The Who-Who’s Next. The entire album is solid.

  • Tarheelnkc

    Little Big Town – Pontoon

  • Adam Ward

    Living on a prayer by Bon Jovi! Great for many occasions, especially a road trip. Have a great time!

  • Ervin Kuebler

    Up All Night – Jon Pardi
    Great song, up and coming artist!

  • robatt

    Anything from Bullet for My Valentine!

  • jeffrey beck

    Cake, Going the Distance

  • docprego

    Rest Stop by Matchbox Twenty.

  • Trevor Barnes

    I’d definitely be listening to some Modest Mouse.

    Probably Ocean Breathes Salty.

  • Nick

    Easy. For me that has to be Driver’s Seat by Sniff’n The Tears. Great music.

  • Michael Stadtler

    Going Away to College by Blink 182 or anything Dave Matthews