Update: It appears many of the songs I added from others who uploaded them to playlists are still available although they may or may not be attached to playlists.
If you saw my earlier MySpace post, Wayback Machine Recovers 490,000 of the 50 Million MySpace Music Files Lost Recently, there’s an update. I was on FileHippo, https://filehippo.com/, looking to re-install some of the anti-malware software I lost when I had to re-install my Operating System (OS). I noticed they had a note about MySpace – https://news.filehippo.com/2019/03/myspace-data-loss-the-reaction-to-former-social-media-giant-losing-12-years-of-content/, it appears that
If you still are an avid Myspace fan, you may have been pretty annoyed on Monday March 18. After a server migration, it was confirmed that the site had suffered a severe data loss – 12 years’ worth of uploads, no less.
So, a message on its website says that ‘any photos, videos, and audio files’ uploaded more than three years ago may no longer be available.
Yes, if you’ve uploaded something before 2015 there’s a good chance it’s no longer there.
The statement read: “As a result of a server migration project, any photos, videos, and audio files you uploaded more than three years ago may no longer be available on or from Myspace.
I haven’t uploaded anything to MySpace in the last three (3) years. I logged in and it’s pretty bad. I lost about half of my photos and all of my saved playlists with the exception of one song saved back in 2014 that somehow missed the purge,. Most of my friend connections (over 4,700) are still there although most no longer have profile photos attached.