This post on "why can't I find the music I'm looking for": https://community.spotify.com/t5/Spotify-Answers/Why-can-t-I-find-the-music-I-m-looking-for/ta-p/875...
basically says to go to this post:
Which basically says "yeah, keep checking, we're always adding music"
But I don't see it happening. Love Rollercoaster by the Red Hot Chili Peppers wasn't on any of their albums, and the versions that come up are all wrong. None of them are this version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUNN0B7zPi0&feature=emb_logo
And since the song is 25 years old, I don't think Spotify will add it at this point. They really need to make it easier to submit suggestions like this. And this messageboard/forum is super awkward. Took a long time to navigate to this point 😉
...and I'm guessing about 6 people will ever read this, so I'll see myself out
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As I'm sure you are aware, Spotify is always adding music however there is limitations which both articles you have mentioned also state, this can come down to licensing which is out of Spotify's control, these decisions are made by Artists and their Labels/Distributors who can select platforms to release on and also their licensing terms which Spotify must comply with, bare in mind labels/distributors and artists can change their licensing terms for each individual song or album at there discretion.
Your feedback is highly important, I've logged this with the correct teams at Spotify and they'll take this in to consideration. If you have ideas for the Spotify application or features you can check out this Spotify Answer which points through the process how Spotify listens to the Community and how they assess ideas.