The scrobble from nowhere

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A few moments ago, a scrobble appeared in my recently played list that I'm quite sure I never played. (Just so you know, I'm scrobbling from Spotify Desktop; I haven't had the same sorts of missing, duplicate, or other kinds of scrobbling issues as I've seen other users report.) The scrobble in question is "Blue Monday" by New Order. Eventually, I know, I'll be able to delete it and get on with my life -- but I thought the database people would like to know, as this may be an indication of a (hopefully minor) problem with the migration. (Looks like a misassigned foreign key to me, but what do I know?)
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solitaireartist

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Posted 4 years ago

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runeii

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There is a topic that addresses this problem- though I'm not sure if the staff answered it.
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solitaireartist

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You wouldn't happen to have a link to that topic, would you?
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I have a similar issue.

It looks like the song I never listened to on any of my devices (Nazareth — Hair of the Dog) has been scrobbled multiple times in a very short time span.  
My scrobbling library says that on 14 June between 10:18 and 10:27 I listened to that song 501 times. There has to be some kind of error.

From what I can see, I can delete individual scrobbles (song by song) but no group delete (like delete all the instances of that particular song) is available. Is it possible to delete those entries? Or will I get the reputation of a guy who really loves that one specific Nazareth song? :D  

Thank you,
Pawlit