Banning radio tracks

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Will this feature be returning?
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phrozenspite

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Posted 4 years ago

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runeii

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No, but now you can fast forward as much as you want in the radio.
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phrozenspite

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that's not the same thing though.  Banning ensures that the track doesn't come up again in the future.
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runeii

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Yeah, I got nothing for that, phrozenspite. They completely changed the radio function to correspond with Spotify more, and on the desktop player, you can skip as many times as you want. So I'm assuming they removed the ban option because of that. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
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Sebastian A

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I really hope it does. There is some stuff that pops up that I really want to make sure I never hear again. Skipping forward is NOT the same. What a garbage update they have made.
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Lori Madrid

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This was one of the reasons that I switched to last.fm from Pandora.  I loved the ban track feature.
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Thomas Robinson

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Its not coming back seriously? Thats a terrible idea
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Eliav Levy

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completely agree here. i'm glad to see the new last.fm is running mostly pretty smoothly now, but why do i have to keep on hearing some of the same songs that i don't like over and over? really just wish i could ban them like the good old days
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Eliav Levy

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also, they really need to find a way to filter out these horrible quality youtube videos