Last.fm have announced they'll be teaming up with music streaming service giant Spotify for full site integration.

"We've teamed up with Spotify to bring their entire catalogue, on demand, to the world's leading music recommendation service," says a statement on the Last.fm blog. "Whether it be your own profile page, artist pages or album pages – if Spotify has it, you can play it and control it on Last.fm via the Spotify playbar at the bottom of the screen. Using your Spotify account (premium or free) you can listen to any track simply by pressing the play button. This will load all tracks on a Last.fm page as a playlist in Spotify."

This will give users the ability to stream over 20 million tracks whilst integrating the experience with their scrobbling history. Last.fm also points out that there will be some issues in a first phase of launch, and invite users to head to their website to report them.

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