The albums "Discoteca 80," "100 Romantic Hits," and "Romantic Hits, vol2" are showing up as albums by the artist "The Music Machine", but they're by a totally different artist. Is it possible to get this fixed? If not, can I get them removed from my station?
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The song "Together" by Sam Smith, Nile Rodgers, Disclosure, and Jimmy Napes is playing on my thumbprint radio instead of "Help Me Lose My Mind (SOHN Remix)" by Disclosure ft. London Grammar (see screenshot).
"Help Me Lose My Mind" should be playing, and is reflective of my music choices and thumbs ups/downs.
This has happened several times over the year or so, and a fix would be really nice!
Hi there, @wendeborn8. 👋
To keep the community space organized, I moved your post over to this existing thread: Music listed under the wrong artist
Thanks so much for reporting this error. I've passed your feedback along to our curation team for further review. If anything else pops up, please don't hesitate to let us know.
Hope to see you around the community more often! 🎧
I am listening to "The Real Slim Shady" from his "Curtain Call" album. The artist performing the song is clearly not Eminem. I have heard and sang that song MANY times since it first debuted. That is NOT Eminem's version.
At least 1, perhaps multiple I have heard that are ascribed to Rage Against the Machine are actually Brass Against. "Sleep Now in the Fire" is an example of this:
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An album called "Chubbaholic" is listed under the kpop artist group "2PM". I guess the chubbaholic artist has the same name but it's been added to the wrong artist since all the kpop discography is there. The profile picture for the kpop page is also the cover of the chubbaholic album and needs to be corrected too.
The audio for this song is not the original artist, Mark Ronson. It sounds like a kids version of the same song. Please correct this audio issue by adding the original artist’s audio file to this album art.
Not sure if this thread is still relevant, but I thought I should chime in with this. Every time I'm listening to John Williams, the classical guitarist, the about the artist section is on John Williams the film composer.
I'm currently listening to No Sleep Till Brooklyn from the Beastie Boys (with the license to ill album cover showing), and the track is clearly not the Beastie Boys singing. I've heard this a couple times before on different songs, but this is the first time I've really focused on it and am sure I'm right. If it was labeled as a cover band or other version by the Beasties it would make sense, but this isn't labeled that way. I've listened to this song many times on this station (my own creation) and its the first time it sounds different. What's going on?