[Discover] 'Genius' playlists: Similar tracks Playlist

I send one (or a few) songs to a playlist, and a I hit the 'genius' playlist button. Spotify automatically checks these songs with all the playlists created by other users and creates a playlist that fits my mood. 

 

It's like iTunes Genius feature but you can select more than one song. It's different from Spotify Radio because in Spotify Radio you can't see and arrange the next songs. I would love this feature to delete some suggested tracks and add the ones that I like (that's imposible in Spotify Radio). It would be a big help to discover new songs and create specific playlists. 

 

Updated: 2015-11-17

Update: This idea has been reposted here.

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I would buy a premium account if I could get that feature!

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Status changed to: New Idea

Changed back to "new idea" status - once this idea reaches 100+ kudos the Spotify staff will review it again and decide on a new status. ~ Peter

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I want this more than I want to live in a huge luxury home on the beach.

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This this this!

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This is an essential feature 

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This is the one thing missing from Spotify. I don't want to troll through hundreds of tracks to find great ones that fit with my music, the genius thing in iTunes is great with my library, imagine what it would be like with Spotify's library. 

We need to get the word out folks - it won't be easy for them to do - it involves an incredible amount of data crunching but this needs to be done.