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Spotify Invitation

Posted: September 18th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | 51 Comments »

Want a free Spotify invitation?  Continue reading… Don’t know about Spotify?  The FT recently reported that this little music start-up was valued at $250 million by several major investors.

Daniel Ek, one of the founders said in a TechCrunch interview:

“In July, we accounted for 35% of digital music revenues in Sweden. We have a million users in Sweden, out of a population of only nine million. And that’s the key to success: scale. In any freemium model, if you’re getting double digits or higher, you’re doing well. We’ll get there. We’re already growing at 50% month-on-month, doubling our revenue every two months.”

Spotify had a lot of buzz when I was living in Europe this past year.  It provided a huge library of searchable, playable, streaming, great-quality music.  Unfortunately, it’s still not available to use in the USA (though, there are some workarounds if you use a VPN).

Who wouldn’t want unlimited, searchable music?  Does this spell the end of “owning” music?  Lots of questions have been floating these last many months since Spotify was dubbed the “iTunes killer.”  Also, it’s only natural to compare the music industry and the movie industry.

So, here’s how to get a free Spotify invitation:

  1. Leave a comment below about how you think Spotify is going to impact the way we listen to music and how this might also signal how we’ll be consuming other digital entertainment content like movies and TV in the future.
  2. Give it a couple days and people will vote on the best comments.  I have 10 free invites to give away.

Really, I wrote this post because my old blog post on “How to Get a Free Spotify Invitation” gets hundreds of hits per day, still.  Judging by this, I can assume that Spotify is a topic that is growing in popularity.  In a post today, GigaOm called Spotify the new Napster.  Sort of.  They are still working out their revenue schemes.  SeldomSeenKid wrote:

Spotify’s Daniel Ek last night confirmed that Spotify is considering introducing different price points and that the percentage of premium members is not yet in double digits, and that 80% of Spotify users have stopped file sharing.

This makes me wonder if that last phrase is the single greatest selling point for content distributors.  Would you not download a movie if you could stream it cheaply and easily?  NetFlix is banking on that.

Spotify has been in development by a Swedish team since 2006.  The company Spotify was founded by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon. It’s headquartered in London and development continues in Stockholm boasts over a million regular users and an iPhone application.

“Next Napster” and “iTunes Killer”??  Discuss.

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51 Comments on “Spotify Invitation”

  1. 1 Andrea Giacomo said at 11:37 am on September 18th, 2009:

    I'll give you my point.
    I will use spotify only to enlarge my music knowledge.
    So, now i can first listen and discover new and interesting things (spotify will be great for this) and then go downtown and buy my beloved cd and vinyls.
    I know i am only a nerd but this is the way i love music.

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  2. 2 John said at 3:06 pm on September 18th, 2009:

    Thanks for the comment. I'll send you an invitation.

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  3. 3 Moritz said at 8:07 pm on September 18th, 2009:

    For years, I could access a vast music collection via a student network in my town. Student-days are over, so is my access.
    I love using The Hype Machine: It brings me new sounds. And I love checking out friends taste in music. That's why I used Pandora all the times – until they locked out non-american users.
    I am keen on getting back into trying out all kinds of music – what can be better than an account at Spotify?

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  4. 4 Jiargei said at 9:51 pm on September 18th, 2009:

    Hej!
    I spent my last half year in Sweden and got used to Spotify. Now I am back home and have no account to share.
    Please send me an invitation!

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  5. 5 ida said at 11:25 pm on September 18th, 2009:

    i can live without tv,but not music!i've been looking for a GOOD music-engine for a long time now,and i think Spotify might be it..
    Please send me an invitation,I would really appreciate it!

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  6. 6 Ananda said at 8:36 am on September 20th, 2009:

    I am 11. My mum lives in London, while my dad lives in Brighton. I go between the two so I can never have my music collection in both homes! If I use spotify I can share music with my friends in both places, and have all the songs I love whatever computer I am on.

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  7. 7 Ciaran said at 8:48 am on September 20th, 2009:

    Spotify is fantastic because it allows people like me to listen to all different types of music and hear obscure tracks by different artists, without having to invest in the full album. Then I can share all my wonderful findings with people on twitter, facebook – and even real life!! Since TV channels are already offering internet downloads & Google is offering online books, it surely won't be long before we can stream and share tv, film, literature & music in one spectacular portal.. :) Spotify is the first splash of the tidal wave!

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  8. 8 Vegar Strand said at 12:20 pm on September 20th, 2009:

    I'm living in Norway, it's pouring down outside, and soon there will be snowing and minus 20 degrees Celcius outside. I'm living in Oslo, while my girlfriend is living in Bergen (apprx 400 kilometers, or 280 miles away) because of her studies. Both she and I love music, and Spotify would possible change our lives when it comes to the broadness of what music we are listening to. If you give me an invitation I will send it directly to her. Actually, I will write her e-mail below, sp you can du it. Please, make our cold and rainy autumn apart from eachother liveable be sending her an invitation. Her name is Silje. Best regards, Vegar

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  9. 9 Ciaran said at 7:29 pm on September 21st, 2009:

    Thanks – you made our weekend (me & Ananda!)

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  10. 10 Vegar Strand said at 6:44 pm on September 22nd, 2009:

    Thanks! She called me now and asked what was going on with her receiving a Spotify invitation. She was thrilled! :D Thanks! Have a nice day!
    Vegar

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  11. 11 mian said at 7:24 pm on September 22nd, 2009:

    compare to other wesite with online music service,for instance last.fm,youtube ,myspace,or even some online radio, Spotify is unique about a combination with internet publicity and personal preference. You can get a huge online data base shared by all the other users, but you also can create your own playlist.

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  12. 12 Memo said at 6:01 am on September 25th, 2009:

    Hi sorry for my awful english, i think the way we listen to music must change, the world is full of beautiful music that is waiting to be listen, the good thing of sites like Spotify is that we can help this music to be discovered for more and more people, and some of this people most be interested in pay for it, i meen I used to buy CD's when I listened a good song, is the same with this kind of sites, but whit many more possibilities

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  13. 13 Luke said at 9:29 pm on September 27th, 2009:

    Hi. I like to think that I have a good taste in music, tending to stray away from top 40 pop and most modern age R&B. I am more of a Funk, Jazz, Soul, Rock, Reggae fan. The problem is that it becomes difficult to find new artist and bands due to the pop culture dominating the market. I can find some new bands to an extent, but Spotify is unique, and I think that it could change the face music massively as small bands with amazing potential in genres previously unheard of, could overnight become a sensation.

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  14. 14 John said at 6:25 am on September 29th, 2009:

    I agree that Spotify is a good place to happen upon new music, but is it really a good place to discover new music? I think there could be a ton of potential for social networks like Facebook and Last.fm to incorporate Spotify.

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  15. 15 Rose said at 3:15 pm on September 29th, 2009:

    I agree with the comments above, spotify is genious :) I tend to purchace only music from the main genres of (my )interest and not always do they match my ever changing mood! With the help of spotify we all could find appropriate music and tunes to match how we're feeling, calm us down, cheer us up, or get us prepared for action! If im lucky I could find something that works on my PMT :) he he he!

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  16. 16 Jake said at 9:52 am on September 29th, 2009:

    Welcome to the digital revolution!! Pretty soon, no one will ever go retail again~ Exagerration? Maybe… Possibility? Coming soon to a future near you!

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  17. 17 Julain said at 4:29 pm on October 5th, 2009:

    I think spotify will hopefully reduce illegal downloading so the artist will get more money form selling cds and vinyls. Which in the long run may help them release more cds and more songs which is good for everyone. Also with illegal downloading you get bad quilty tunes whereas with spotify you get quilty sounding music and a wide range to choose from.

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  18. 18 Annelie said at 9:15 pm on October 11th, 2009:

    Good that you can listen to music and not download. It benefits both parties. Unknown artists reach out to several million people. Better public relations are not enough.
    Already established artists have a greater interest if they have good songs and then you get more people to go to their concert and buy their CD. Now it's not just CDs and concerts an artist make their money on and to raise money to an artist to have publicity and with the many listeners.
    Spotify is a good place to get their songs if you are a songwriter / producer

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  19. 19 Maria said at 9:31 am on October 13th, 2009:

    I think spotify would be a great way to listen to music if you dont want to download the music. just listen on the web. It is great for people like me, who have a not that fast computer, that when you try to download a song it last like 4 days to get it and the whole computer get slow just for downloadin anything.
    So this famous spotify would be great for that kind of people! :D

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  20. 20 Jassica said at 8:02 pm on October 13th, 2009:

    Ja Bless

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  21. 21 Marta said at 11:42 pm on October 27th, 2009:

    Spotify is another (great) step in the free information process. It's not makes that people don't buy music, it's makes that people can buy not only the music announced. It's good for those groups or sigers that not have money for its advertisment. I absolutly wish an invitation!! I ask it for amonth whitout stop!

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  22. 22 Robert said at 3:16 pm on October 29th, 2009:

    I really want the Spotify invitation, so here goes!

    I think that Spotify is really part of the bandwidth enabled, cloud computing trend that we are seeing today that is eliminating piracy, offering good monthly price points to users and businesses, but simultaneously holding data hostage, eliminating ownership (and maintanence…), etc.

    In that vain, it all depends on taking your music with you when you leave the office (because let's be real here – it is the office that drives these things, truly, except that people want music everywhere whereas they are content to leave facebook on the screen). People are going to stop downloading music only if they can carry these tunes around – and not just on iphones. I see music companies getting really interested only if they have Clear Channel type control, and I find that a little bit troubling.

    But in general, I see this as part of a larger, troubling trend where users and companies are losing control of their assets, pirated or otherwise.

    Last, when TV, videos, and music are all streaming, all the time, and cloud computing becomes the normal thing, it will be interesting to see what happens to our laptops and all that useless memory.

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  23. 23 John said at 4:41 pm on October 29th, 2009:

    Great comment. The trick now is to ensure a viable wireless internet service… whether that is a 4G network for mobile devices or a wimax network. Disney's Keychain idea is banking on the future of TV and movies streaming from the "cloud."
    What do you mean by Clear Channel type control?

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  24. 24 Robert said at 4:43 pm on October 29th, 2009:

    I think that spotify is going to be the big thing, man. They've got the platform and opportunity to build all the music discover and community options you need. I mean, as long as everyone is already on Spotify, it's only a matter of time until you can share playlists, and there is even a "friend" and "feed" potential. It sounds like duplication, but it's not. I'm on spotify right now. If I could see what my friends are listening to when I change the song, that would be righteous.

    One thing is for sure – the mix tape has just gotten older.

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  25. 25 Robert said at 5:27 pm on October 29th, 2009:

    Well, that was a line from my younger, angrier years when I listened to another kind of music! I guess I just meant that the Clear Channel stations in the area where I grew up seemed to play what I imagined the record companies wanted them to play. After the advent of the internet, p2p, and now streaming music, that era is beginning to look a little bit silly. How is it possible that I didn't hear a Cuban rhythm for so many years growing up? No indie rock songs?
    I looked into it a bit, and there are allegations of payola, which is the industry term for record labels paying the radio station to play their songs. I suppose there are deeper relationships motives at work, but all are amplified by the fact that Clear Channel owns so many stations.
    In the spotify sense, I mean to say that big record companies are going to want to control either the content or find a way to direct users to their content.
    Yeah, the WIFI thing is going to happen soon, and that's the biggest boon for Spotify. But also, the iphone plugin allows you to listen to the music offline. Essentially, you download the tunes to your iphone for free. I honestly don't understand the revenue picture.

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  26. 26 Robert said at 5:51 pm on October 29th, 2009:

    Just wanted to mention that my Firefox does not like this commenting system. It causes it to freeze up, I think when the thing is updating.

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  27. 27 John said at 6:15 am on October 30th, 2009:

    Really? My firefox doesn't mind it. But thanks for the tip.

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  28. 28 simon said at 10:37 pm on November 17th, 2009:

    I feel like a performing monkey but hey. IPhone apps have changed the way we work and play. Apple is God but they havent got all the Commandments down in tablets of stone as yet and their is room for a few more good disciples yet. I think Spotify have nailed one of the more esoteric , ethical and liberal commandments to allow a more ven spread of rights across humanity to enjoy music no matter what their financial status. well done – can I have my invite now to try!!!! sly si

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  29. 29 clive farmer said at 5:04 pm on December 15th, 2009:

    music music i need to listen to music and spotify could sort my endless need to listen to music spotifiy would be spot on

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  30. 30 ColeO said at 6:30 am on December 27th, 2009:

    I believe that Spotify will overpower itunes in a uncomparable amount bringing shame to the owners of apple. Having free music on your instant finger tips will bring people to know more about music and the way it effects the brain and the soul.

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  31. 31 aipoh david said at 6:49 pm on January 19th, 2010:

    finally am here in spotify world of music. a place to get great songs of old, present and news.__a place to get enlighten and update about the world of music all of the world.__this is fantanstic and incredible to hear and see collections of music of those that have past to life beyond and those that are still living on the planet earth.__whaoo this is magic.__the world can get connect to spotify and experience new things in the world of music.

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  32. 32 deltaboy38655 said at 8:41 pm on January 29th, 2010:

    It's all about the bitrate! Spotify has the best sound over LastFM. It is great for people like me, who have a not that fast computer, that when you try to download a song it last like 4 days to get it and the whole computer get slow just for downloadin anything. Thanks…

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  33. 33 J. do Brito said at 2:41 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    Since spotify offers all kind of music from old to new from black to white, it offers people a chance to discover music they didn't know and broaden their interest and choice of music. The muisic industry in whole profites fom that.

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  34. 34 Ali P said at 11:39 pm on February 23rd, 2010:

    I don't think that Spotify will be the end of music ownership. I still love having a cd, a physical one, and loading it into my really nice speaker system and chilling with friends. Digitals just not the same! And I'm 16, so y'know, veiw of the youth an all that. But I've never been into buying anything on the internet, I jsut don't trust it. I like to hold a thing, anything, before I buy it…. Ahh well… I can see the merits of spotify though, it is a huge idea thats been pulled off really well..

    My thoughts : )

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  35. 35 Giovanni Scafora said at 4:48 pm on February 24th, 2010:

    Please send me an invitation,I would really appreciate it!

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  36. 36 alberto said at 11:55 am on March 8th, 2010:

    Hi. I like to think that I have a good taste in music, tending to stray away from top 40 pop and most modern age R&B. I am more of a Funk, Jazz, Soul, Rock, Reggae fan. The problem is that it becomes difficult to find new artist and bands due to the pop culture dominating the market. I can find some new bands to an extent, but Spotify is unique, and I think that it could change the face music massively as small bands with amazing potential in genres previously unheard of, could overnight become a sensation.

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  37. 37 svp said at 1:47 am on March 14th, 2010:

    spotify is going to change the way music will be listened

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  38. 38 Gemma said at 3:23 am on April 30th, 2010:

    What I think is that Spotify is probably the best music website. You don’t have to pay for the music, which you shouldn’t at all. And also you can listen to it whenever you want. It will probably come in comptetion with iTunes, but I personally think Spotify is better.

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  39. 39 Adrian said at 12:32 pm on May 2nd, 2010:

    Spotify gonna help me on my way to getting an artist and to make my day better for music is like food u have to get it

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  40. 40 Gisela said at 8:54 pm on May 11th, 2010:

    Is there a way to get Spotify in the US? It sounds like a great music resource and I wanted to listen to an H&M playlist they sent me, but it is on Spotify and I don't have an invite and I reside in the US. What can I do?

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  41. 41 kapachi said at 6:14 pm on May 26th, 2010:

    Spotify is more like a fully loaded itunes collection..all the music in the world and the ability to listen to any choice, make my own playlists my own way and better yet, no guilt of having downloaded a pirated tune..please send me an invite!!! pleeeeeeeeaseeeeeee

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  42. 42 Roberto said at 2:22 pm on June 7th, 2010:

    You see, the main thing about spotify revolves around the fact that it is a very innovative and creative way to organize and get your music, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME… This way u do not need to have your iPod or carry your laptop to have your playlists and your favourite music with you, because from anywhere with an internet connection you can log into your account and enjoy your playlists on-the-go… it doesn't get any easier that that in my opinnion… and all content is available for free, so that's incredibly important.. how could I not mention the fact that it also integrates with your pre-existing music library inside your PC, and has some very advanced features like the hability to sync up your music via Wifi on your mobile (for premium accounts) and offline availability mode, among many.. many other things… so those are the reasons Why I am looking for an invitation for the "Free" account like crazy xD

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  43. 43 Guillermo said at 9:59 am on June 8th, 2010:

    Yo ceo que Spotify va a ser el final del Itunes, porque puedes escuchar toda la musica por un precio muy bajo, y ademas tienen la app del iphone para cuentas premium.
    No tienes que descargarte nada para escucharlo, puedes escucharlo antes de comprarlo y es muy facil y rapido.

    El unico problema es conseguir una invitacion para la aversion FREE, aunque ahora hay una version OPEN que puedes oir 20 horas cada mes.

    I hope you can read this in spanish.

    Thank you so much!
    Guillermo

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  44. 44 Daniel said at 10:01 am on June 8th, 2010:

    Gracias!!! No sabia que habia la version OPEN!

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  45. 45 chee5y said at 6:23 pm on June 13th, 2010:

    i am 12, I have a free spotify account but i have to share it with my brother. he is alway hogging the family computer so now i have my own but only one of us can listen to spotify at a time. I signed up to get an inite from spotify but the they scrapped the waiting list. i have spotify open now but i run out of time within a week, thats how much i listen to music after school. its an emergency, please help!!!

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  46. 46 hi  said at 11:45 am on July 3rd, 2010:

    send me an invite please
    kriistoffer@hotmail.com

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  47. 47 Ed the Net said at 10:03 am on July 7th, 2010:

    Today i was introduced to Spotify by a collague. I know allready that with all thiese parties in Holland now it is going to change my way of listening to music. All i need is an invite now.

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  48. 48 Touba said at 6:30 pm on July 14th, 2010:

    Hi can any one help me to get spotify free?

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  49. 49 coraline said at 4:44 am on September 16th, 2010:

    holaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!! soy españolaa y me encanta spotify!!!
    por favor mandarme una invitacion gratiiisss1!! mucas graciassss
    thak you very much

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  50. 50 karlos burden said at 9:30 am on November 4th, 2010:

    I take it they have all gone but still worth a shot . Im in big need of an ivitation code as I do two courses Music and buisness studies . I need it for my music to widen the range of music knowledge and i love using spotify . And i am using spotify for my market reasearch in my buisness couse and am soon to run out of free hours.

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  51. 51 Dawn McMullen said at 8:23 pm on February 5th, 2011:

    I think the major way it well change music is how easy it well become for us to access it. It's amazing…I have found music i haven't listened to since 1983-86 it lets you take a major trip down memory lane. Also for those of us who want to learn about music in the past and music that is our future spotify is the place to find it

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