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If you are using Linux, you might want to run Spotify under Wine.
So screw them twice.
That pissed me off also, but then again it's a common situation. As much as I dislike apple I really wish they'd release iTunes for Linux. Along with a whole list of other apps from various developers, anyway there is another thread for that topic.
I got Spotify put on this windows install. It's ok, but unless you select another song to play before the current one ends you get a long as **** advert playing. Add to that is the fact that if you're in a location where bandwidth is limited it does'nt work so well. The interface is nice though and it gives an option to view a biography of the artist being played just like Winamp.