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Top Music Players for MySpace Profile Page

MySpace Player, most popular social networking website in the world, with more than 65 million users and receives more daily hits than Google. MySpace allows you to create free Profile, which can include photos, music files, and videos. After you set it up, you can invite anyone who has access to the Web to visit your Profile. You can add any one of these Music Player on your MySpace profile. : Create a playlist, share with friends – Embed widget to Myspace, Friendster, Facebook, and more music codes.

MYSPLAYER : The player for mp3s and for codes we use on Myspace. It has autoplay on or off. Play free music on your Myspace profile page.

Finetune : You pick the songs. Put your playlist on your blog with our player widget, it’s the soundtrack for your life and anyone can tune in.

MindViz : Music player for your Website, Online Profile, and Desktop, with an extensive list of songs to choose from. : Find the music you like, create your playlists, make your widgets, grab the code and add it to your profile page, site, blog or photo album.

MyFlashFetish : Lets you create music playlists and cool widgets for your profiles & more.

MySpace Player : Newest and slickest way to have a playlist on your profile, the Gazzump Flash Mp3 player. Simply paste in your URL’s, Artist/Song, and choose your Style. : Share your music anywhere! widgets for MySpace, Facebook, Bebo, LiveJournal, and also for your website.

If you know about any other music players for MySpace, please post it here in your comments. Thanks and enjoy the Music.

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