I listen to Spotify on an Amazon Fire while I am at work. I usually listen for a few hours per work day. For at least a few weeks, but maybe longer, I have been subjected to the same songs over and over and over day after day. I have had Spotify set to shuffle with no repeat setting (changed just now and hoping for a difference). I have been hearing the same songs every day at work. If I hear "I Fall To Pieces" by Patsy Cline or "Clan In Da Front" by Wu-Tang Clan one more time I am going to have to remove those songs from my music library. They're great songs! I don't want to have to do that!
Today at work I listened longer than normal and the songs repeated in, what I believe was, the same exact order. It was only about four hours later, including time I paused so actually much less than that. It's daily that I hear these same songs. "Fool's Paradise" by XYLO, "Haven't Seen For A While" by Pat McGee Band, Young MC, Eminem, Imagine Dragons, Sarah Jarosz, Huey Lewis and the News, etc. Every single day!
This is especially frustrating because I have 4,500 songs in my list. That's more than 290 solid hours of music. Why am I repeating the same exact songs all day, day after day? I know that 4,500 is a big number. Am I breaking Spotify's shuffle feature? The songs have drifted over the past few weeks (for example I just added XYLO three days ago). In other words, some songs get added to my repeating list and some drop off, but the trend is that day after day I get served the same songs with a little extra variety mixed in.