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Does anyone know of an internet radio player (for Linux) which will submit streamed tracks to

I've a stream which announces what the current track is, but my current player (rhythmbox) doesn't update

I don't hold out much hope having read this bug post, but at least I want to see if anyone knows for sure.

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Play your music and videos. Keep up with your podcasts and Internet radio. Discover new music and podcasts. Keep your portable device loaded with good stuff.

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Finally got to it behave, but whilst it notifies me of the track each time it changes, it never actually submits the track to (unlike when I'm playing local music). Back to square one! – Coops Feb 8 '11 at 20:01

According to this thread online radio streams can't be scrobbled in rhythmbox. But I use this firefox extension to scrobble pandora internet radio

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