Winamp is owned by AOL. Winamp died the minute AOL purchased it because AOL blows. MSN got changed into Skype call. Yahoo is still yahoo. Google ate it.
I used to use Winamp. It had some visual glitched with Aero, and once in a while it's open up maximized, but out of bounds for my monitor. Very odd. It crashed on me for the last time. I used it for easy management of what songs I can listen to, plus the dark theme and large list of songs on one screen. I remember getting a new monitor and seeing the white letters change, lol. Most of all I wanted the play statistics, how many times I've lsitened to it. But the way Winamp manages is piss poor. If your Winamp dies or you reformat, it's gone for good.
So I switched to Foobar. Winamp has a nice visualization program called Milkdrop which I'm too lazy to incorporate into Foobar. But Foobar is considered the program to consider for people more serious about their audio... Because Foobar is open to a lot of customization. I've finally got a Foobar setup I enjoy:
I still prefer Winamp's black skin but this skin does the job for me without being an eyesore.