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sometimes on an album, there are songs that only make sense when played directly after another because they tell a combined story. An example would be (forgive me, I am 55 :-)) Revolution, Light A Fire and Liberty on the album The Getaway from Chris de Burgh (he has some more examples). Is there a way to ensure that when I put these songs in a playlist and shuffle through it, they are forced to be played in the correct order directly after one another?
Looking forward for an answer, Christian
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Hey!! I love the idea of what you mentioned, that would be super useful to have, even if they’re only able to add it in for premium members. You should try submitting to the Idea Submissions Forum! Just scroll to the bottom and add a new idea in. I’ll definitely vote for it!