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So volume is usually ok but sometimes it will go so quiet you can't hear it then jump up to ear blistering levels then silent with a slight hum.

 

Oh why the same song 5 times in a shift? Also The Frey How to save a life isn't a upbeat song to shop to it's a great song about suicide.

 



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The lack of variety in Kroger's playlist is something that has always irritated me. Especially when the Target stores in my area now play a broad variety of music that actually make me look forward to what I'll hear when going there.

The only real banger they played at my store was Gym Class Heroes' "Cupid's Chokehold". And I only heard it like 3 times total.

After listening to Peaches & Herb's "Reunited" in Kroger over 300 times, it has grown on me.

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Lord_Uboat wrote:

The lack of variety in Kroger's playlist is something that has always irritated me. Especially when the Target stores in my area now play a broad variety of music that actually make me look forward to what I'll hear when going there.

The only real banger they played at my store was Gym Class Heroes' "Cupid's Chokehold". And I only heard it like 3 times total.

After listening to Peaches & Herb's "Reunited" in Kroger over 300 times, it has grown on me.


 

The In Store Audio Network that Kroger used to use, and now VIBENOMICS (which Kroger changed over to in July of 2020)  BOTH feature mediocre playlists with VERY high song repetition.  Even a song you may like, after hearing it hundreds of times, gets old.   (I think the one and only reason  Kroger switched from ISAN to Vibenomics was to save some money! )  

There are several stores I shop at in my area and they ALL have better variety and larger song playlists. They are; WALMART,  PEDDLERS MALL, VENDORS VILLAGE (a flea market) and Goodwill Outlet (The "Bins") .  I don't know who / how they do their music but it is noticeably better --- better than the Kroger music feed.   I have heard a wide variety of older classic rock, pop, country songs as well as some newer contemporary / alternative/ r & b hits on the Walmart feed.

 

 

 



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