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I thought I had a wrongly ripped mp3 of this song but even when I listen it on Spotify I can hear a jump/interruption/scratch between 4:07 - 4:09 it's really annoying, why this happened to the song? was a record studio mistake?

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  • 3 downvotes and 0 comments of deaf people that don't wanna even read the question, totally deaf because don't listen to the jump, don't know what Beats Per Second is, don't know anything about anything but to be rude, offensive, hypocrites hiding as moderators, trying acting like gods pointing with their finger to everybody, that's why I'm leaving Stackoverflow.com, I'm done with this miserable people. – user6415 Jun 4 at 15:16
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Of all the versions that I found on the Spotify:

I failed to hear any scratches cuts/jumps, including on the 4:07-4:09. The track seems to play correctly without any glitches.

The official YouTube VEVO seems using the cut version given its duration (4:31 on YouTube vs 5:05 on Spotify), and the corresponding timestamp seems to be at 3:55. However, the track also seems to play correctly without any glitches/jumps.

Thus, my conclusion is: the ripped MP3 seems to be corrupted, and then it got uploaded to the YouTube (never trust unofficial uploaders).

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  • youtube.com/watch?v=pTIBjds39kM at 4:09 it's very clear the jump – user6415 Sep 25 '18 at 23:09
  • The first link you added there is a pretty clear jump, it also breaks the song tempo or BPM, it's easily recognizable... – user6415 Sep 26 '18 at 14:40
  • @Ivanzinho, the link "pTIBjds39kM" doesn't seem to be official, so it shouldn't be taken as reference. – Bebs Jun 25 '19 at 8:37

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