Slacker brings back the slow jams

Slacker Radio adds a new curated station that might have you yearning for some sexual healing.

(Credit: Slacker)

Streaming radio site Slacker Radio has a brand-new station that might get its more softhearted listeners in the mood for some love-making.

The new DJ-curated "Old School R&B" station takes you back in time with some of the silkiest hits from artists like Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, and Etta James. But '80s babies (like me), don't fret, because the station also extends into our golden era with more-contemporary, yet still decidedly old-school, crooners like Mint Condition, Boyz II Men, and Maxwell.

Curated and socially programmed stations are available free to all Slacker users, through both the Web and Slacker's mobile apps (iPhone | Android | BlackBerry). Slacker also offers a premium account tier for $9.99 per month, which adds on-demand listening options, similar to Spotify.

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