Whenever I try to play a song, spotify will play the equivilant track number from the next album down, and to play the song I want to I have to play the equivilant track number from the preceeding album.
A more detailed description, using numbered steps
1. Tried to play the song I wanted to listen to (e.g. Bohemian Rhapsody on CD1 of the Queen Platinum collection) by double clicking or pressing enter button
2. Song on the next album plays instead (One Vison on CD1 of Live at Wembly Stadium)
3. To get original song to play I have to play the equivilant track number from the preceeding album (track 1 - Intro from Queen Rock Montreal)
What I expected to happen
I expected the song I wanted to play... to play
What actually happened
The song on the next album played (same track number, same CD number, next album down)
My Operating System
Is your Operating System 32 or 64 bit?
Do you have a Service Pack installed?
My Spotify version
My internet provider and country
O2 UK (although it's meant to be switching automatically to Sky soon as they have bought out O2 (may have happened already))
Did you do a clean install of your current Windows version or did you upgrade from a previous version?
Do you have any screenshots you can attach to more clearly explain your issue?
Solved! Go to Solution.
For all of you Linux users out there (this may apply to Windows too), I've solved the issue on my desktop. Follow the steps below.
1. Make sure you have exited Spotify and there is no instance of it running.
2. Open your terminal and run the following command, which will remove all of the config files for the logged in user.
rm -r ~/.config/spotify/
3. Start Spotify and try double playing a track. Spotify will automatically re-create the files you've just deleted with the above command.
If you are able to locate the config files in Windows and delete the folder, this may work for Windows too. I suggest looking in your user's app data folder which can be found by holding down the windows button and pressing the "R" button. Just type in %APPDATA% and the folder will open.
I hope this helps someone!