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image from evolver.fm Slacker has added ON demand music, Slacker Premium Radio with 8 million tracks AND competING directly with MOG, Rdio, Rhapsody and if it ever makes it TO the US, Spotify.  With the launch, Slacker becomes the first music service to deliver three complementary tiers: free ad supported interactive streams, subscription based ad-free radio with extra features, and on-demand music with Slacker Premium Radio. The trio could prove a powerful lure as users try the free service and then upgrade.


A new Slacker station creator provides the ability to create multi-artist stations with custom fine-tuning features. In addition, Slacker Premium listeners can create that only play songs from a single chosen artist.

Slacker also launched an iPad app today that takes advantage of the tablet's display to offer artist bios, album reviews, images and album art alongside the service's other features.

For a limited time,  a free subscription to Slacker Premium Radio is available by visiting www.facebook.com/SlackerRadio