Not the common playlists you might usually find. I have compiled 2 main playlists with some Synthpop, New Wave and Alternatives of the 80s and 90s.
80s Flashback Alternatives:
90s Flashback Alternatives:
I never had a chance to figure out why I couldn’t play tracks from Facebook or Spotify Play Button at home. After further research I found out that my DD-WRT flashed router had the “Deny DNS Rebinding” option enabled. Spotify needs to resolve *.spotilocal.com to 127.0.0.1.
In order to resolve it, I added this command to the DD-WRT startup options:
sed -i ‘s/stop-dns-rebind//g’ /tmp/dnsmasq.conf
Everything is good now, fortunately.
I love Spotify. in fact I use it on a daily basis. My wife and son use it every now an then, mostly through an Android Smartphone.
Lately, I’ve been hit with a flaw that Spotify needs to address: deleted playlists. Granted, they happened maybe because my son inadvertently deleted them. The fact is, once you delete a playlist, all songs are gone.
There is a way to get it back if you use Spotify on more than 1 PC or laptop:
There are other ways to restore playlists but unfortunately didn’t apply to me as I have around 50 of them. Not easy to spot the file name of the missing playlist.
Lesson learned: I will always keep more than 1 device synchronized to Spotify.
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