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StereoMood Song Playlists

Listen to a Soundtrack For Your Mood With StereoMood

I can't get enough of all of the great music sites and apps out there, and today I found another new obsession, StereoMood. To get started, choose your mood — from emotions as simple as "happy" and as creative as "driving Route 66." StereoMood will create a playlist of hundreds of songs to suit your mood. In my opinion, the playlists are spot-on; while some songs are repeated across multiple playlists, they do accurately reflect what you're feeling.

An added bonus: if you're not feeling quite as happy, sweet, or chill as you'd like, just cue up your desired playlist and let the music change your mood. You can also create a music library of your own by adding tracks from playlists, tag songs, share tunes with friends, or purchase the song from Amazon or iTunes directly from a certain playlist.

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Thank goodness. I have been a mess without Lala. Testing this out. Thanks for the rec, Geek!
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