SanDisk launches slotRadio playlist with 1,000 iconic ‘pop’ and ‘rock’ songs

By Yehonathan Tommer

MILPITAS, CALIFORNIA – SanDisk, the global leader in flash memory cards, has launched with VH1 Classic an “epic” pre-loaded playlist of 1,000 premium songs featuring hundreds of legendary rock and pop artists of the 1970’s, ’80’s and ’90’s.

“VH1 is an authority on music for generations of devoted fans, and SanDisk slotRadio cards offer consumers an easy, affordable way to enjoy their favorite songs,” said Noam Kedem, vice president, content and marketing at SanDisk. “Together, we created a curated playlist covering three decades of unforgettable music that can be instantly loaded by anyone into any slotRadio-compatible Sansa music player for immediate enjoyment.”

Priced at just over $41CAD the SanDisk (“VH1 Classic”) slotRadio card offers rock and pop fans immediate access to iconic artists including the Beastie Boys, Blondie, Bon Jovi, Cheap Trick, Counting Crows, David Bowie, Earth Wind and Fire, Electric Light Orchestra, Elton John, Elvis Costello, Foo Fighters, Janet Jackson, John Mellencamp, Pat Benatar, Paula Abdul, REO Speedwagon, Simple Minds, Soundgarden, Steve Miller Band, Stevie Wonder, The Police, The Rolling Stones, The Who, U2, Whitney Houston and many more artists. The Who, U2, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Whitney Houston, David Bowie, Bon Jovi, The Police, and Foo Fighters.

No lengthy file-by-file downloading, song selection, software installation or even a PC connection is needed. The SanDisk (“VH1 Classic”) slotRadio card offers an effortless plug-and-play model that makes music accessible to everyone.

SlotRadio cards help time-pressed music lovers discover classic songs or reconnect with timeless favorites, and are great for fans who can’t remember specific song titles but know which genres of music they enjoy the most, the company statement said.

SanDisk® (“VH1 Classic”) slotRadio™ card is compatible with Sansa® Clip+, Sansa® Fuze™+ or Sansa® slotRadio™ players’ microSD™ card slot, and can be bought online on the SanDisk website and Best Buy retail stores.

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