As Apple Music and Spotify continue to battle for subscribers, each service has released new personalized playlists that curate a specific selection of songs for each user. Apple Music's latest addition was its "Chill Mix" this past June, and today Spotify has added onto its roster of personalized playlists with "Your Time Capsule."

spotify your time capsule
As explained by Spotify, Your Time Capsule will gather the 30 "most nostalgic tracks" from your teenage years and early twenties, resulting in a soundtrack that lets you revisit classic songs, albums, and artists from when you were younger. Any Spotify user below the age of 16 will not be able to access the new playlist.

Your Time Capsule follows the launch of Spotify's "Your Summer Rewind" from June, which surfaced all of the songs that you listened to most during prior summers. Spotify said Your Time Capsule is similar, but is meant "to evoke powerful memories from your youth." The new playlist will be at the top of Home or in the Decades section of the Spotify app's Browse tab on iOS and Android smartphones.

Visit Spotify's website to start generating your own version of the new playlist. Your Time Capsule is launching worldwide today for all appropriately aged Spotify users.

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Top Rated Comments

topgunn Avatar
53 months ago
To be authentic, the music will need to start 5 seconds in to every track which is also known as the time it takes to get up from the couch and run to the record button.
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SteveJobs2.0 Avatar
53 months ago
How about releasing an Apple Watch app Spotify so that we can download our songs to the watch?
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OutGolfn Avatar
53 months ago
I can't find this in my Spotify. Does this require premium?
Go to Browse, Decades, and then will display at the top. On free and paid.

Also for Apple Music user, download the Houdini iOS app and it allows you to sync this playlist and others, so the best of both can be enjoyed by all! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/houdini-playlist-transfer/id1123530435?mt=8
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MacNut Avatar
53 months ago
If Spotify puts Mozart in my Time Capsule I'm dropping the service.
How old are you. :D
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Xavier Avatar
53 months ago
Oh geez. There is going to be a lot of Weird Al coming back up. Not complaining though! Although, maybe that was earlier.
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MH01 Avatar
53 months ago
That sounds cool. Will give it a go

Now to tranfer them to a tape drive and onto old Sony Walkman :p
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