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Guayadeque Music Player's an Impressive Featherweight

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Music management programs for Linux often leave me wanting more -- more flexibility, more file type options, more friendliness towards large song collections, etc. Guayadeque, on the other hand, is a music player that proves that less can be more.

Guayadeque is light on system resources but still manages to offer much more in the way of useful features. Guayadeque is lesser known but equally capable of besting its competition.

Since I recently discovered the Guayadeque Music Player, it had to prove its mettle with the largest collection of music I have acquired to date. I have already come to appreciate its dependability and its flexibility.

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