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It appears to me that Spotify have released a Linux client... however every attempt I've made to get it from the repositries have failed. It would really help me if someone could provide a .deb package.

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It is available from spotify repo http://repository.spotify.com. Just follow this article: http://linuxhub.net/2010/07/linux-gets-spotify-love-install-spotify-in-ubuntu/.

Please note that the first step in the above url is sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list .

If the instructions on above url fails then you can directly download the .deb package from http://repository.spotify.com/pool/non-free/s/spotify/

Hope this helps.

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Thanks, the .deb was what I was looking for. –  drnessie Feb 17 '11 at 7:55
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Well, Spotify for the time being is supported for 10.04 Lucid. In the official Spotify for Linux page;http://www.spotify.com/int/download/previews/, there is a simple list of instruction to install Spotify in Ubuntu. Jump over and check it out :)

The first step to installation is the same as @aneeshep answer ;) :sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list

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