Please choose the appropriate forum for this topic. Thank you. In my live albums, the track breaks are always placed so that any introduction for a song comes at the end of the prior track. I know that this is not an iTunes or iPod problem. But it seems very strange, and not great if you play your music on shuffle as I do. For example, the (in)famous intro to Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" in Manchester where someone in the audience yells "Judas" is on the preceding track, and won't be heard with Like a Rolling Stone where Dylan shouting out the lyrics in a rage. I assume that this is done by the CD manufacturers. Anybody know why?