If you inspect the source code of the page you will see that the 'id' of that particular bar is : 'dmusic_tracklist_popularity_B0191V2IIK' In addition, the 'class' of the column in which it sits is : 'PopularityColumn' Which implies that, as Dom said, it's the popularity of the track amongst downloaders.


According to a discussion here, these are probably censored versions of the songs. EDIT: Answer from the Amazon support : The Clean version you see next to some of the Music titles means that the song/Album is edited out, like songs on the radio and does not contain any offensive content. Often swearing is taken out, lyrics deemed too violent for general ...


Hypothetically, and without doing a careful listen to the album... It's not unusual for music recordings to pick up studio chatter or other unplanned voices. For example, the Kingsmen's classic recording of "Louie, Louie" includes the drummer yelling "fuck!" at one point when he dropped a drumstick. It's not part of the song lyrics or easy to make out, but ...


looks like a figured out how to speed the process up, although still not perfect. Within the Amazon Music App (on PC/Mac) you can actually select multiple songs by holding control/command(Mac) - it wasn't obvious to me on Mac from the UI but turns out it's possible - therefore much easier to select multiple songs one by one and delete them all at once with ...


Clean is a remaster taken from an Unplayed vinyl.

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