Is Siriusxm Worth Subscribing Again?

Is SiriusXM worth subscribing again?

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Well-Known Member
Dec 16, 2008
Eh, canceled it again. For as little time as I spend in the car and the fact that Homepod is not compatible with the streaming, it's not worth keeping it around. That plus I'm a lot more cognitive about what I'm spending my money on nowadays since we may be headed for recession/depression thanks to Covid-19 and the Moron-In-Chief.


Oct 17, 2008
Madison, Wisconsin
I'm keeping my subscriptions too. If this virus continues and more and more people are forced to work remotely and internet bandwith is stretched to it's limits, it will break, leaving radio and DVD's the top dogs when their becomes restrictions on internet for entertainment.


Well-Known Member
Oct 13, 2008
Portland, Or
Yo, I'm finding the depth of tracks in the hip hop category has clenched up since I started listening more. I liked the merger era where the playlists were far deeper.


arrogant bastard
Feb 13, 2009
There is now a Stay Home Radio Channel. That will help.
Surprisingly, this is a really good channel. Mrs Scotch said it's the best thing about the pandemic.

They play pop, rock, and hip hop. They play 60s through 2000s. There's no other channel that does that. They play a lot of "happy" songs, but also Smells Like Teen Spirit (among others).

I would actually like 98 to get a playlist. Call me crazy.


Don't yell or hit.
Feb 2, 2019
Glendale CA
With a majority of Americans under stay-at-home orders in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, SiriusXM has launched Stay Home Radio on Channel 179. There are many people who think I belong in a home – but that's not important right now. The channel plays happy, positive, uptempo, uplifting songs intended to distract us from the possibility that we all are going to die from COVID-19. Here is a small sample of the playlist.

SiriusXM 179 – Stay Home Radio

A Sky Full Of Stars - Coldplay (10/2014)
All You Need Is Love - Beatles (1/1967)
Blister In The Sun - Violent Femmes (--/1982)
Brand New - Ben Rector (82/2016)
Can't Stop The Feeling - Justin Timberlake (1/2016)
Crazy In Love - Beyoncé/Jay-Z (1/2003)
Dancing With Myself - Billy Idol (--/1981, 102/1983)
Don't Stop - Fleetwood Mac (3/1977)
Don't Stop Me Now - Queen (86/1979)
Don't Stop Til You Get Enough - Michael Jackson (1/1979)
Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz/De La Soul (14/2005)
Fly - Sugar Ray/Super Cat (1/1997)
Footloose - Kenny Loggins (1/1984)
Friday I'm In Love - The Cure (18/1992)
Geronimo - Sheppard (53/2014)
Heaven Is A Place On Earth - Belinda Carlisle (1/1987)
Here Comes The Sun - Beatles (LP/1969)
Higher Ground - Stevie Wonder (4/1973)
Honky Cat - Elton John (8/1972)
I Love Your Smile - Shanice (2/1991)
I'm Still Standing - Elton John (12/1983)
It's My Life - Bon Jovi (33/2000)
Livin' On A Prayer - Bon Jovi (1/1986)
Love On Top - Beyoncé (20/2011)
New Rules - Dua Lipa (6/2017)
Raise Your Glass - P!nk (1/2010)
Ray Of Light - Madonna (5/1998)
Runnin' Down A Dream - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (23/1989)
Send Me On My Way - Rusted Root (72/1995)
Shake It Off - Taylor Swift (1/2014)
Shiny Happy People - R.E.M./Kate Pierson (10/1991)
Shut Up & Dance - Walk The Moon (4/2014)
So What - P!nk (1/2008)
Sowing The Seeds Of Love - Tears For Fears (2/1989)
Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) - Kelly Clarkson (1/2011)
Sunday Best - Surfaces (62/2020)
Sussudio - Phil Collins (1/1985)
The Tide Is High - Blondie (1/1980)
The Way You Make Me Feel - Michael Jackson (1/1987)
Touch The Sky - Kanye West/Lupe Fiasco (42/2006)
Viva La Vida - Coldplay (1/2008)
What You Need - INXS (5/1986)
You Can Call Me Al - Paul Simon (44/1986, 23/1987)
You Need To Calm Down - Taylor Swift (2/2019)


arrogant bastard
Feb 13, 2009
Which of the seven gates of hell are you trying to open?
At this point, they've all been replaced with turnstiles.

Anywho, here's my update on the channel. I'm hearing some repeats now (Roar by Katy Perry, Don't Worry Be Happy), but I'm also hearing new songs; Everyday People (Sly), More Than a Feeling (Boston), and a Springsteen song that I can't recall. But it was good.
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