Music catalogue updated with 16,304 tracks

Another update to our music catalogue. We added 1,247 albums and singles to the catalogue today, in total 16,304 new tracks are now available.

A few highlights includes:

Have a look at the Google doc for the full listing of all the releases. As with every update not all albums listed may be available in your country and some tracks previously available may no longer be playable due to regional restrictions.

Let us know what gems you find in this update.


  1. Where are the new markus krunegård albums? Wasn’t they supposed to be avail to premium accounts yesterday?

  2. wow. another day, another big update for Spotify. I just became a premium member yesterday and really loving the service after initially being a bit unsure about ‘renting’ music. I’m hoping you get a lot more electronic/dance music in though; you’re a bit short in that department. Keep up the great work though guys and girls.

  3. I second that part on electronic/dance music! That part really needs to have an improvement..

  4. It would be amazing if Spotify could add “Hed Kandi” records!!!! I love them……

  5. The Krunegård album will hopefully be available tomorrow. There were some difficulties getting it up yesterday.

  6. It would be amazing if spotify would add Ministry of sound, Hed Kandi, Ed Rec and Frankmusik. Im one of those who searches the google docs for new songs, and my opinion is that only 10% of the hotlinks to albums works in my country…… norwayy

  7. Why isn’t Spotify Premium available in Germany (and I suppose other countries in Europe) yet? I understand you need some time with Spotify Free, but if Germans are willing to pay for using your service, why would you restrict them in doing so?

  8. Something is wrong whit this album Andy Williams “Under Paris Skies” just listen to this track and the rest of the album.

  9. Could i suggest adding a feature to play music over the router? like from pc -> playstation 3… though that only works with windows media player. would be cool

  10. Spotify completely changed my way I listen to music. I thought I never had to download a single mp3 again. After weeks of searching and editing I got my playlist exactly the way I wanted. I moved all my mp3s (30gb) to an external harddrive and I left it in the closet. Just in case, if I would need them in the future.

    After a couple of months realized that Spotify just removing songs from my platlists without any notice. I was so close to sign up for a premium account but today Im happy that I havnt done it. The day has come, the day I getting my harddrive back from the closet and returning to listen to mp3s because I cant imagine a playlist of my music that I cant control. Its scary to use a service which content you cant control. The music industry likes to compare piracy with stealing a cd in the store. Well its the same thing here, removing songs from your spotify account its the same thing like someone is taking cds from your album collection in your home everyday and you cant get it back! Can it be so hard to understand that? I will pay for spotify the day I can control my own playlist and can be aware of changes they make.

  11. When you are searching on Ronnie Wood, you are not getting up
    the same albums as when you are searching on Ron Wood.
    Why is it like that ?

  12. The latest Breaking Benjamin album still doesn’t exist on spotify, which is a disappointment :/

  13. I searched for my favourite artist in the vain hope that she’d be added and there she was, ALL HER ALBUMS, now on spotify. Danish artist Tina Dico. And so my Saturday morning is 100% better than it was moments ago. Love it.

  14. Would it be a lot of trouble if you could please add additional albums from the german band Rammstein such as Rosenrot, Sehensucht or Mutter? There are only 2 or 3 songs from the original band on spotify which is a disappointment to me. I would really appreciate it if you could add extra songs, and Rammstein itself is a very popular band so im sure a lot of other people would enjoy it as well!
    Thanks! 🙂