[Your Library] Remove individual track from saved album

I don’t know when this change was made, but today I noticed that when I am looking through my saved music library by album, there are songs I specifically did not save for a reason, whether that be because it is a re-released song from a previous album I already have saved, or a song I just don’t like that I don’t want to play when I’m listening through an album. This change gives us way less control over our own saved music library. Please change it back. 

Updated on 2019-09-18

Hey folks,


Thanks for coming to the Community, and adding your vote to this idea!


We're setting this idea to 'Not Right Now', as this isn't something we have any immediate plans to implement. We appreciate you sharing your thoughts.


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I was really hoping that the "new" "hide this song" button was for hiding songs from albums included the library... it is not, but maybe this could be an idea. When you hide a song, this could be hidden also from albums in the library, and therefore also not downloaded together with the whole album.

Casual Listener

I would like to add my voice to the users requesting this functionality be reimplemented and that Spotify prioritize this fix. I primarily listen to full albums, and it is incredibly frustrating to be forced into playing demos, commentary, and other extras that do not add any value to the experience of listening to an album as an artistic statement. Sure, many of these albums have non-deluxe versions available, but especially with the advances in modern remastering, those versions are often sonically inferior to the deluxe versions. But if I want to listen to, say, the excellent 2017 remix of The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," after the actual album ends, I have to go manually stop the Spotify player.


Often, the last song on an album is a powerful closing piece, that benefits from the silence that comes after it to really sink in. Having someone start talking or an inferior version of a previous track start playing immediately afterwards ruins this effect. Having to think about pressing pause immediately at the end of the track ruins this effect.


Some albums are even expanded in the middle of the album. I grew up listening to the 2-disc deluxe edition of the Grateful Dead's "Europe '72" live compilation. However, the "expanded" edition of this album on Spotify, which is the only version that contains all the tracks of the 2-disc version, also has several tracks inserted in the song order that were not originally part of this album. I now can't listen to the same album I grew up listening to without the jarring insertion of tracks that disrupt the album's flow, even though all the tracks exist within Spotify's library.


Obviously, as others have noted, the workaround is to create playlists that don't contain the offending tracks. But then I have to search and organize two different libraries when all I want is one place to scroll through my albums, pick something that feels right, hit play, and enjoy the music without distractions.


Jeez I still don't understand why and who in their right mind came up with this update. This don't make any sense. If I've added specific song that means I don't need others.


Oh god "Not Right Now" are you serious? When? Albums in today's condition is nothing but a trash

Casual Listener

100% Agree. This Should Be Changed


I agree with everyone else. The fact that it has been over a year and you still have not answered to completely reasonable requests made by these people is very frustrating. The whole reason for getting spotify was that I would not have to get an entire album just for the sake of one or two songs. I feel like the current system is not that good compared to what we used to have.