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amaroK: Next Generation Audio Player turns 1.1

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Before amaroK was born, most KDE users were stuck with XMMS; others would even run console-based audio players. Now those days are over. amaroK, written for the KDE desktop environment with its slick GUI and plugable, engine-independent audio capabilities is coming to a computer near you!
 read more | score:6060 | -Ray, September 30, 2004
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