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Get Several Tracks

Get Spotify catalog information for multiple tracks based on their Spotify IDs.

Important policy notes

Request

  • market
    string

    An ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code. If a country code is specified, only content that is available in that market will be returned.
    If a valid user access token is specified in the request header, the country associated with the user account will take priority over this parameter.
    Note: If neither market or user country are provided, the content is considered unavailable for the client.
    Users can view the country that is associated with their account in the account settings.

    Example: market=ES
  • ids
    string
    Required

    A comma-separated list of the Spotify IDs. For example: ids=4iV5W9uYEdYUVa79Axb7Rh,1301WleyT98MSxVHPZCA6M. Maximum: 50 IDs.

    Example: ids=7ouMYWpwJ422jRcDASZB7P,4VqPOruhp5EdPBeR92t6lQ,2takcwOaAZWiXQijPHIx7B

Response

A set of tracks

  • Required
    • The album on which the track appears. The album object includes a link in href to full information about the album.

      • album_type
        string
        Required

        The type of the album.

        Allowed values: "album", "single", "compilation"Example: "compilation"
      • total_tracks
        integer
        Required

        The number of tracks in the album.

        Example: 9
      • available_markets
        array of strings
        Required

        The markets in which the album is available: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes. NOTE: an album is considered available in a market when at least 1 of its tracks is available in that market.

        Example: ["CA","BR","IT"]
      • Required

        Known external URLs for this album.

      • href
        string
        Required

        A link to the Web API endpoint providing full details of the album.

      • id
        string
        Required

        The Spotify ID for the album.

        Example: "2up3OPMp9Tb4dAKM2erWXQ"
      • Required

        The cover art for the album in various sizes, widest first.

        • url
          string
          Required

          The source URL of the image.

          Example: "https://i.scdn.co/image/ab67616d00001e02ff9ca10b55ce82ae553c8228"
        • height
          integer
          Required
          Nullable

          The image height in pixels.

          Example: 300
        • width
          integer
          Required
          Nullable

          The image width in pixels.

          Example: 300
      • name
        string
        Required

        The name of the album. In case of an album takedown, the value may be an empty string.

      • release_date
        string
        Required

        The date the album was first released.

        Example: "1981-12"
      • release_date_precision
        string
        Required

        The precision with which release_date value is known.

        Allowed values: "year", "month", "day"Example: "year"
      • Included in the response when a content restriction is applied.

        • reason
          string

          The reason for the restriction. Albums may be restricted if the content is not available in a given market, to the user's subscription type, or when the user's account is set to not play explicit content. Additional reasons may be added in the future.

          Allowed values: "market", "product", "explicit"
      • type
        string
        Required

        The object type.

        Allowed values: "album"
      • uri
        string
        Required

        The Spotify URI for the album.

        Example: "spotify:album:2up3OPMp9Tb4dAKM2erWXQ"
      • Required

        The artists of the album. Each artist object includes a link in href to more detailed information about the artist.

        • Known external URLs for this artist.

        • href
          string

          A link to the Web API endpoint providing full details of the artist.

        • id
          string

          The Spotify ID for the artist.

        • name
          string

          The name of the artist.

        • type
          string

          The object type.

          Allowed values: "artist"
        • uri
          string

          The Spotify URI for the artist.

    • The artists who performed the track. Each artist object includes a link in href to more detailed information about the artist.

      • Known external URLs for this artist.

      • Information about the followers of the artist.

        • href
          string
          Nullable

          This will always be set to null, as the Web API does not support it at the moment.

        • total
          integer

          The total number of followers.

      • genres
        array of strings

        A list of the genres the artist is associated with. If not yet classified, the array is empty.

        Example: ["Prog rock","Grunge"]
      • href
        string

        A link to the Web API endpoint providing full details of the artist.

      • id
        string

        The Spotify ID for the artist.

      • Images of the artist in various sizes, widest first.

        • url
          string
          Required

          The source URL of the image.

          Example: "https://i.scdn.co/image/ab67616d00001e02ff9ca10b55ce82ae553c8228"
        • height
          integer
          Required
          Nullable

          The image height in pixels.

          Example: 300
        • width
          integer
          Required
          Nullable

          The image width in pixels.

          Example: 300
      • name
        string

        The name of the artist.

      • popularity
        integer

        The popularity of the artist. The value will be between 0 and 100, with 100 being the most popular. The artist's popularity is calculated from the popularity of all the artist's tracks.

      • type
        string

        The object type.

        Allowed values: "artist"
      • uri
        string

        The Spotify URI for the artist.

    • available_markets
      array of strings

      A list of the countries in which the track can be played, identified by their ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code.

    • disc_number
      integer

      The disc number (usually 1 unless the album consists of more than one disc).

    • duration_ms
      integer

      The track length in milliseconds.

    • explicit
      boolean

      Whether or not the track has explicit lyrics ( true = yes it does; false = no it does not OR unknown).

    • Known external IDs for the track.

    • Known external URLs for this track.

    • href
      string

      A link to the Web API endpoint providing full details of the track.

    • id
      string

      The Spotify ID for the track.

    • is_playable
      boolean

      Part of the response when Track Relinking is applied. If true, the track is playable in the given market. Otherwise false.

    • Part of the response when Track Relinking is applied, and the requested track has been replaced with different track. The track in the linked_from object contains information about the originally requested track.

      • Included in the response when a content restriction is applied.

        • reason
          string

          The reason for the restriction. Supported values:

          • market - The content item is not available in the given market.
          • product - The content item is not available for the user's subscription type.
          • explicit - The content item is explicit and the user's account is set to not play explicit content.

          Additional reasons may be added in the future. Note: If you use this field, make sure that your application safely handles unknown values.

      • name
        string

        The name of the track.

      • popularity
        integer

        The popularity of the track. The value will be between 0 and 100, with 100 being the most popular.
        The popularity of a track is a value between 0 and 100, with 100 being the most popular. The popularity is calculated by algorithm and is based, in the most part, on the total number of plays the track has had and how recent those plays are.
        Generally speaking, songs that are being played a lot now will have a higher popularity than songs that were played a lot in the past. Duplicate tracks (e.g. the same track from a single and an album) are rated independently. Artist and album popularity is derived mathematically from track popularity. Note: the popularity value may lag actual popularity by a few days: the value is not updated in real time.

      • preview_url
        string
        Nullable

        A link to a 30 second preview (MP3 format) of the track. Can be null

        Important policy note
      • track_number
        integer

        The number of the track. If an album has several discs, the track number is the number on the specified disc.

      • type
        string

        The object type: "track".

        Allowed values: "track"
      • uri
        string

        The Spotify URI for the track.

      • is_local
        boolean

        Whether or not the track is from a local file.

    endpointhttps://api.spotify.com/v1/tracksmarketids

    Response sample

    {  "tracks": [    {      "album": {        "album_type": "compilation",        "total_tracks": 9,        "available_markets": ["CA", "BR", "IT"],        "external_urls": {          "spotify": "string"        },        "href": "string",        "id": "2up3OPMp9Tb4dAKM2erWXQ",        "images": [          {            "url": "https://i.scdn.co/image/ab67616d00001e02ff9ca10b55ce82ae553c8228",            "height": 300,            "width": 300          }        ],        "name": "string",        "release_date": "1981-12",        "release_date_precision": "year",        "restrictions": {          "reason": "market"        },        "type": "album",        "uri": "spotify:album:2up3OPMp9Tb4dAKM2erWXQ",        "artists": [          {            "external_urls": {              "spotify": "string"            },            "href": "string",            "id": "string",            "name": "string",            "type": "artist",            "uri": "string"          }        ]      },      "artists": [        {          "external_urls": {            "spotify": "string"          },          "followers": {            "href": "string",            "total": 0          },          "genres": ["Prog rock", "Grunge"],          "href": "string",          "id": "string",          "images": [            {              "url": "https://i.scdn.co/image/ab67616d00001e02ff9ca10b55ce82ae553c8228",              "height": 300,              "width": 300            }          ],          "name": "string",          "popularity": 0,          "type": "artist",          "uri": "string"        }      ],      "available_markets": ["string"],      "disc_number": 0,      "duration_ms": 0,      "explicit": false,      "external_ids": {        "isrc": "string",        "ean": "string",        "upc": "string"      },      "external_urls": {        "spotify": "string"      },      "href": "string",      "id": "string",      "is_playable": false,      "linked_from": {      },      "restrictions": {        "reason": "string"      },      "name": "string",      "popularity": 0,      "preview_url": "string",      "track_number": 0,      "type": "track",      "uri": "string",      "is_local": false    }  ]}