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RSS feed  News, Featured Artists, and Top Picks - This feed, which is updated daily, features an artist of the day, lists all #1 Top Song Picks from the day before, and keeps you up to date with the latest at allbutforgottenoldies.net.

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RSS feed  Top Song Pick Of The Hour - This feed gives the latest #1 Top Pick at allbutforgottenoldies.net and changes whenever a new song makes it to the top position. Top Picks are those songs that have received the most clicks over the past 24 hours and they are updated hourly.

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