How can I delete my band and its tracks from Last.fm so that nothing appears in search results?

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Hi. I'm done with my band and I want to delete my tracks from Last.fm so that they don't appear in search results. How do I do that, please?
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Pavels

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Iezuz

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That's not how this works. That's not how any of this works.

There are no audio files saved on Last.fm.
All the search results are there because there are entries because users scrobble tracks.
You should consult the FAQ.
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Thank you, Iezuz.
I do admit my last interaction with last.fm was some 7-10 years ago, so the memory is not fresh anymore - but then again, I did my best trying to google it before asking.
Anyway, if it's not too much to ask - how can I clear my scrobble history? Apparently, the google hit that I want to get rid of is my own scrobble played once 7 years ago...
Should that be done via the (currently) missing Music Manager section?
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Hi Pavels, at the moment, you can only delete either the whole account or individual scrobbles.
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Hans-Jürgen, Moderator

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If you can still login to your old user account (the old band manager accounts do not exist anymore), you can delete any scrobble from it, but only one-by-one in your library, neither a complete track, album or artist at once nor your complete listening history.

For a fresh-up of your memory and update how the site works now for artists and labels, please see also this FAQ:

https://getsatisfaction.com/lastfm/topics/artists-and-labels-how-to-make-the-most-of-last-fm
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