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Desktop computer running windows 10, various iPhones/Android phones
My Question or Issue
I've created a number of playlists over the years, but when I go back to the older ones, quite often 50-60% of the songs are unplayable. When looking for the original album that this would have been sourced from, the album is still available, and the song is too, and the name of the album has not altered in any way. So why is the song unplayable?
Can Spotify not bring in a feature to re-link the unplayable songs that are still available with the click of a button, rather than me having to go and delete and then re-add the song?