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Scrape LAST.FM playlists to SQLite

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lastfm

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Usage

pip install lastfm-to-sqlite

Now run CLI:

lastfm export 244ec3b62b2501514191234eed07c75d lastfm_dump.db --user Way4Music

That will use (or create) a SQLite database called lastfm_dump.db and a table called playlist to export user's entire playlist.

To scrape specific dates, use --start_date and --end_date:

lastfm export 244ec3b62b2501514191234eed07c75 lastfm_dump.db --user way4music --start_date 2021-08-21 --end_date 2021-09-01

Python-based API works like this:

from lastfm import LastFM

# specific date, ommit start_date and end_date to download all tracks
api = LastFM(
    api="244ec3b62b2501514191234eed07c75d",
    username="way4music",
    start_date="2021-08-21",
    end_date="2021-09-01"
)
data = api.fetch()
song = next(data)
print(song)
container = []
for item in data:
    container.append(item)

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