I don't know if anyone else is having this issue, but my wish lists definitely do not contain everything that was in them before the migration. I assume that may be due to contractual issues with various labels, but the other issue is that when I choose to have them sorted by date added, they clearly are not in the correct order.
Between this issue and the number of labels/artists that appear to no langer be available through eMusic, I'm seriously considering ending my 11 year run with this operation.
The eMusic catalog has changed since your list(s) were originally created on the old site. Our library has grown, and we have added a number of new, sought-after releases. However, there are some labels and artists that are not yet available in our new catalog. If an album or track you previously added to a list is not available in the new music catalog, it may not display in your new Wish List.
If you know the name of the missing release, try typing it into the search bar. If it’s still available for purchase on our website but it isn’t in your list for some reason, click “add to wish list” to add it.
If, for any reason, you would like to recover your list(s) from the old system, we can provide you with a text copy of your lists, taken directly from the history of the old eMusic website. All you have to do is email firstname.lastname@example.org, using your account email, and make the request. We’ll send you a document containing that information. Please be aware, this request may take up to 7 days to fulfill.
Please click on the following link to learn how to add and remove items from your eMusic Wish List:
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