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Dig This: Pandora Radio Rolls Out Halloween Stations and Gift Cards

Dig This: Pandora Radio Rolls Out Halloween Stations and Gift Cards

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By: Corey Tate
October 06, 2011
 

Just what you've been waiting for ... now you can give the gift of Pandora Radio. They're offering gift cards under the name of Pandora One Gifts, so that you people can get a free year of Pandora Premium version of Pandora internet radio. They're available through Target and are going for $36.

Not that Pandora Radio is all about the "gift" holidays, they're also rolling out something a little more pagan with "Halloween Themed" radio stations, that include a Goth Station with the likes of Bauhaus, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Cure, Sisters of Mercy and Joy Division and an Industrial Station with classic bands like Front 242, Skinny Puppy, Nitzer Ebb and My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult. There's eight Pandora Halloween stations in all.

Pandora Halloween Radio

While you're there you can check out the major Pandora redesign they rolled out last month as part of a rebuilding of Pandora from the ground up just before the Facebook Music launch.

And this might be why we're getting the one-two punch of a very early Pandora gift card announcement with a timely Halloween Radio deal ... Pandora Radio is facing a privacy lawsuit over the online exposure of Michigan Pandora users listening history.

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