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I use Spotify Premium on both Windows 10 and OSX, and the changes to the Album view make it a nightmare to use. I typically sort by creator and scroll to what I want. With the recent updates, the Spotify app doesn't load albums until I scroll down, which makes getting to the end of the view frustratingly slow.
Even worse, if you go into an album, it appears to discard the entire view, so when you back out, you are stuck back at the top of the list, with nothing but the first twelve or so rows loaded. So If I want to, for example, listen to White Zombie, it's a minute of slow scrolling to get there. If I click into an album, then decide it was a different White Zombie album I want, I have to back out, then again do a minute of slow scrolling to get there.
All this worked beautifully before the update. It should be caching album art/metadata locally and keep the current scroll location when you navigate