I summoned Siri and requested she play shuffled Jason Aldean songs. I had what I believed was a reasonable expectation: Siri would play shuffled songs from my Jason Aldean albums (which I own, and keep stored locally, on my iPhone). After initially misinterpreting "Jason Aldean" with humorous results, she interpreted my query correctly on the second attempt. However, instead of playing Jason Aldean songs off my albums, she went ahead and played a Jason Aldean song off an album that I do not own: she used Now That's What I Call Music! 39. I have verified that the song she played does in fact exist on that album. I assume this means Siri has the authority to play music from albums that one doesn't own, due to one's membership in the new Apple Music service. Am I correct in this assumption? My quest for knowledge then took me to what I will refer to as Experiment Two. I decided to ask Siri to play songs by an artist whose albums I do not own. I asked Siri to play songs by Prince. She appears to have correctly interpreted my query (note the capitalized word Prince). This time, she went ahead and played a song from an album I do own. However, the song she played—"No Matter What" by Badfinger—has absolutely nothing to do with my request. Why would a seemingly properly interpreted Siri query yield such an erratic result?