Yeah, it's not too good at being your music library tool. I did find it useful when exploring for music on blogs and such.
It can parse a webpage and puts all the mp3 links it finds into a playlist, downloading them to a configurable directory as it plays them. A pretty useful feature, imho.
Based on your other post above, it seems that, if not "an idiot and an inoramus", you were at the very least being a troll.
"You atheists seem to be a very hostile and angry group yourselves!"
That's painting with a fairly broad brush, don't you think?
Spoken like a true dinosaur.
If the only modern music you've been exposed to is Top 40, then I guess I understand your POV, but trust me old timer, there's a lot of good music still being made.
I guess the difference between now and back in the day is that the cream tended to make it into the mainstream back then. Now the mainstream is mainly determined by marketing budgets, so you have to do a bit of work to find the good stuff, but it's out there.
The trouble with money is it costs too much!