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So I recently upgraded to spotify premium after not having it for a long time. When on my iPhone I had a playlist that I used to just dump all of the songs I wanted to listen to. Since without premium you can only shuffle play that's how I used it, but as time went on I kind of listened to some of the songs too much so I didn't want to listen to them anymore. I used the "do not play this song" function so that I could take a break from certain songs. However, I just upgraded to premium and it seems I can't play the songs that I had on the do not play setting before the upgrade. Upgrading to premium also seemed to change the interface of the app and I can't find the do not play setting to toggle it off. I want to listen to some of these songs now and it seems I can't on my iPhone or Mac (it just says "Spotify can't play this song right now etc."). How do I fix this aside from cancelling and waiting the month to then untoggle it?