In fact the hefty price tag is bogus.

The information comes from a Feb. 1 Rolling Stone guide to the presidential candidates’ favorite music, which reported: ”If the list sounds focus-grouped, it may have been: Clinton’s campaign paid $90,000 to a consulting firm in Portland, Oregon, to help compile the list.”

According to data from the Federal Election Commission, the campaign paid $9,000—not $90,000—to the Portland-based music supervision agency Marmoset for “digital consulting.”

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Ryan Wines, CEO of Marmoset told Quartz the information was “absolutely not true.”  ”No they did not compile our event playlist.  We did that ourselves.  We pay to use some of their music in our web videos,” said Josh Schwerin, spokesperson for the campaign.

Here’s the controversial playlist:

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