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non technical answer. Remove all tracks and add them again as long as there isn't loads of duplicates in your music folder


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I wrote a Greasmonkey Script that works around Amazons restrictions on downloading .amz files on Linux you can get it here: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/426973


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It's also possbilble that Banshee fetched the data from it's database (like most music players do), because there once was a file with the same name at this location and the database wasn't updated. Please consider using more up to date media formats that don't make it overly complicated to name tracks. I generally prefer OGG with Vorbis (and Sansa Clips ...


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I'll also leave my script as it may be useful for somebody. https://gist.github.com/CRImier/9777606 import os import shutil directory_name = "playlist/" playlist_name = "playlist.m3u" f = open(playlist_name, "r") files = [] for line in f: line = line.strip().strip("\n").strip("\r") if line and not line.startswith("#"): files.append(line) ...


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I have written a small GreasMonkey Script you can use in Firefox (probably also Chrome) which will unlock the multiple song download feature on Amazon Cloud Player. You can find it here: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/426973 The resulting file you can then open with clamz or pymazon.



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