Imagine Dragons

Here’s some rock music by Imagine Dragons that you can listen to on Spotify.

Albums

“Smoke + Mirrors” by Imagine Dragons (2015) – 13 songs, 50 min

 

“Night Visions (Deluxe)” by Imagine Dragons (2012)

 

Note: Post updated on Feb  17, 2015 to include their new album “Smoke + Mirrors”.

6 thoughts on “Imagine Dragons

  1. I love the song choices here, especially Imagine Dragons! I got to meet them earlier this year whilst at a music festival, they’re really down to Earth guys. I’m looking forward to your next music posts.

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  2. Love your design and the About widget with your gravatar look quite nice! I love music but I’m bummed I can’t listen to your embedded tunes unless I sign in. I’m not on Facebook (really) and I don’t belong to Spotify. But thanks for the music suggestions; I can find them elsewhere I’m sure.

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    • Spotify is available for free with a web player for browsers, a web application which you can download for Mac or Windows, and mobile apps available both for Apple iOS devices like iPhone and iPad, as well as Android mobile devices. You do not have to have a Facebook account to sign up, but can just use any email address when you register.

      The free music service is ad-supported, so you will encounter occasional advertisements while listening to the music. Also, the free mobile apps have limitations that restrict you to “shuffle play” so you can’t download the music for offline use, and you can not play specific songs or entire album playlists.

      Therefore, on a PC or Mac, you will be able to play the selected tracks and album playlists that I have included, but on mobile devices it will just randomly play songs from those albums, not the specific ones on demand. Of course, they offer a premium upgrade for $9.99/month, which eliminates the ads, offer offline capability, and enable on-demand access for specific songs or entire albums. Give it a try!

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        • I understand. Actually, I’ve been looking for feedback about using Spotify to see how that is working out. So I really appreciate your comments. I have been wondering about readers who might not choose to use Spotify, and what would be helpful for them.

          At a minimum, I think I will add something like a sticky post or sidebar text widget that offers links to music players for those that want to use them instead of Spotify. Some music services do not allow you to select specific songs or albums, but at least you can probably use the genre and artist.

          In any case, you can use it as a starting point for further exploration. Any other thoughts are useful so that I can make this helpful for as many readers as possible. Also, I was not aware of AccuRadio before, so I’m learning from you too. Thanks.

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