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See: Google+ music page (where most music videos are embedded lately). See another Timeshifter user page. See: YouTube channel (Liked, Favorites, and Playlist). See: Loved tracks on old Last.fm page. See: Mixcloud page. See music blog with music videos and more: page 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, UFOs. Get some quality, large, not-too-expensive headphones: [1][2][3][4].
Find lyrics at the Lyric Wiki and many other sites. Just google song titles followed by "lyrics".

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Radio streaming of interest

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Free music streaming online

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Even whole albums are streamed free in some cases.

For example; do you like drum and bass fused with world music:

Some Dubstep:

Internet radio

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Audio streams. Your Flash player will play many of them automatically. See Wikipedia: Internet radio.

Some free, streaming, music and talk radio:

Free video and media players

You can also install one or more of the top 5 video and media players downloaded from Cnet. See this list of the most popular free ones. It is ordered by downloads last week. Check the numbers, since some of those listed are ads, and may not be clearly marked as such. Be careful not to install any addons during installation that you don't want. Pay attention to the "decline" and "accept" buttons (or similar wording), during each stage of installation. Cnet does not intentionally allow malware as addons, though some of the addons may be annoying to you. If you install something you don't want, just uninstall it.

Youtube time links

4 Ways to Link to a Certain Time in a YouTube Video - wikiHow.

See the above-linked article. One can paste the time-linked URL into a Facebook post or a Google+ post, and the YouTube video will show up embedded, and it will start at the start time indicated in the URL.

The URL link works anywhere it is placed. If one clicks on the link one is taken to that time in the YouTube video.

Linking to times in comments is even easier. Just add the time in minute:second format. For example; 2:43

When the comment is posted it will automatically be made into a link to that time (2 minutes 43 seconds) in the video that you are commenting on. This works when commenting on a YouTube video in a Google-owned space like Youtube or Google+. It does not work in Facebook.