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Ha. I like that one!!
Whoever uploaded it obviously entered the incorrect metadata. It looks like the label is Prosphetic Records...you should email them at email@example.com.
See if you get some brownie points and score yourself some free merch 🙂
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The content he's talking about is from a small label. Your response is to paste him the official answer which is to go through a drawn out process to notify you, so you can notify the distributor, who can notify the label so they can change the metadata...two months after he flags it?
Makes no sense, the guy might as well send the label an email and maybe they'd send him a T-Shirt or something as a thank-you.
Jeeze, you guys
The user can do either or from information posted to the thread, and the OP can get credit for the song title misspelling, and get some benefits from both the label, maybe from the band, and maybe even from Spotify. Spotify does from time to time hand out freebie Premium codes for pointing things out like this too.
thanks for the help guys im just now getting around to checking my email XD
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