As the name implies, this playlist is created to bring you back to your teenage years with 30 handpicked songs over two hours. Part of the methodology probably involves the streaming giant looking at each user's age, and subsequently filling the playlist with old songs with high play counts.
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Whatever you may think of Spotify, you've got to admit: The Swedish music streamer really knows how to get people talking. Today, Spotify says that it makes a Discover Weekly for every user who has been on Spotify for at least two weeks.
This is Spotify's latest attempt at mining your past for playlists.
To get started, you can visit the web link for the playlist; visit the "Decades" section in "Browse" in Spotify's app for iOS and Android; or you can look for it at the top of Spotify's "Home" page. It's also only available for users over 16, according to The Verge, otherwise it wouldn't be much of a throwback.