ok I did a test without the player and it works fine in both ie and ff - so the problem is how ie handles the flash - ugh! ~lilly
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Hmm, I'm not sure if what you want could be done: This is likely a matter of the flash player instead of a plugin one. On the other hand, I see you use spaces in the parameters. I recommend you not to use them. So better use 'mode=4' instead of 'mode = 4'.
I think you should better go to the management panel (on the Wordpress Admin ==> Management ==> XSPF_Player), and enter the track data (track URL & Image Url), insted of using it inline. Try this and tell me.