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This worked for Rubber Soul, but not for the Sun King Medley on Abbey Road. There were spaces added between the tracksI wanted to add info I recently discovered so it might help other members at some time. I have used an iPod for the past few years to store my music to play in my vehicles. The way it is supposed to work is when you play an iPod through the USB port the iPod is just storage for files to the Head Unit. I have always been bothered by a slight distortion in the highs as I upgraded my sound system, adding a small amp, then a larger one, and finally replacing the Kickers with component JL Audios up front and new coaxials in the back. It would get better, but it was never quite right and I had to EQ he hell out of it. So after two years (duh) I put files on a thumb drive and voila, the sound was incredible, MUCH better than from the iPod (no comments Mr. AK I started digging through lists and found others have noticed the same thing. So I put a full load of files on a 32 FAT drive and the sound was now blowing me away, BUT like many others I couldn't, no matter how I tried, get them to play in the right order. Tried everything. Being a retired Media librarian I could the web and fond the solution if you use iTunes, which I have for years so I thought I would pass it along in hoped it can help others. Create a playlist in iTunes (Mac or Windows) and drag the songs or albums into the thumb drive window to copy the files. Then Menu - File - Export Playlist. Export to the thumb drive and the files will all play incorrect order. It works perfectly. Good luck.