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Help me create the ULTIMATE TUNELAB PLAYLIST

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8 hours ago, Tilley said:

That's a lot of music.  Is that the max number of songs allowed?  I know that Google Play caps it off at 1000, wasn't sure about Spotify. 

We're still adding so apparently not!  Who knows if a cap exists at all.

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8 minutes ago, Andrew said:

We're still adding so apparently not!  Who knows if a cap exists at all.

That's good news cause I still haven't gotten around to contributing. I still have plans to do so.

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17 hours ago, Tilley said:

That's a lot of music.  Is that the max number of songs allowed?  I know that Google Play caps it off at 1000, wasn't sure about Spotify. 

Spotify caps it at 10,000 songs per playlist. I have around 19,000 in my library, so when I just want to just shuffle it all, i alternate between two huge playlists.

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Well its debatable if Soilwork belongs but since you are friends with those guys I see why you wanted to add them. Even if an act didnt have a "radio friendly" sound at the time you can still make a case for them. Any of the old Ozzfest bands (like Soilwork) can be added since that was such a huge festival so you get mainstream exposure despite not having a mainstream sound. I think Porcupine Tree is also debatable but I myself added some "prog acts" so I cant really complain about it.

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6 hours ago, Jamie said:

I added a bunch of stuff last week. Hopefully I was well-behaved and added the right sort of stuff. ;) 

I've found your name behind a few gems I heard. Been very pleased with your contributions :)

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Btw, Im not adding any metalcore or post hardcore. I just dont think it 'fits.' For example, I thought about adding something from that Poison the Well album I really liked but I decide to stick to hard rock/active rock & alternative for the most part. Someone added Killswitch Engage for example and thats fine, its a great record but Ill just let other people add the really heavy stuff.

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Its also fun to see which albums are on Spotify and which ones arent. Ive been surprised that some very lesser known stuff is on there. On the other hand, some more well known stuff like that Sunset Black album isnt on there which surprised me. Also that second Kittie album isnt on there for some reason.

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7 hours ago, RainbowDragon said:

@Andrewyou fucked up, dude. You added a bunch of new songs to this playlist. Im assuming you made a mistake.

Probably accidentally added some stuff to that instead of my 2017 playlist.  I'll sort it.

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On 8/7/2017 at 5:14 AM, Follow the Hollow said:

I really would like to download this and listen to it while I'm driving, but I don't subscribe to Spotify.  I just can't see leaving Google Play Music.  

I’ve had problems with Google Play Music lately deleting my downloaded albums and playlist lately so I finally said sayonara.   Spotify offered me a sweetheart deal for the first three months, so it seemed a good time to recheck Spotify out.  The best thing is I finally downloaded this playlist,  I’m loving it.  I wasn’t a member of this forum early on and was also into heavier acts in the early 2000’s so there’s a lot on this playlist for me to discover. 

 

 

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Funny you should bump this because back when the playlist was being made, the Mad at Gravity album was not on Spotify. Just the other day I randomly decided to check to see if it was added to Spotify and wouldnt you know it it was there. So naturally I added a few song from it to the playlist.  Looks like there's not many albums left still not on Spotify that would fit on this playlist. The Sunset Black, Common Ground album still isnt on there and neither is the 2nd Kittie album. Other than that I cant think of any obvious ones at the moment other than some small indie stuff I came across. Also, Spotify does remove stuff from time to time and it looks like some albums got removed.

Also, I added songs from the Buzzhorn album which was a major label release from Atlantic records produced by Howard Benson. I think it wasnt added before because for some reason Spotify lists it as Buzzhorn instead of THE Buzzhorn like it should be.

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On 7/8/2018 at 3:12 PM, RainbowDragon said:

Funny you should bump this because back when the playlist was being made, the Mad at Gravity album was not on Spotify. Just the other day I randomly decided to check to see if it was added to Spotify and wouldnt you know it it was there.

Thank you for bringing this up as I had no idea and Mad At Gravity is one of the few bands not on Spotify that I dearly wished would pop up.

This led me to investigate some others, and I found another band that finally got their sole album up on Spotify, Pre)Thing, for which I am eternally grateful.

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