Itunes, Amazon and Google Music. distrokid uploads to pretty much all of them. Cant seem to find them on youtube tho. And Alexa wont play them unless I sign up for Amazon Unlimited. but thanks for being interested!
Sorry, the flac files are definitely still corrupt. The original (and faulty) MD5 data is stored within the flac's STREAMINFO medadata header, so if you have not updated the flacs then you haven't actually fixed anything.
"CRC checksums are used for identifying corrupted frames when used in a streaming protocol. The file also includes a complete MD5 hash of the raw PCM audio in its STREAMINFO metadata header."
Therefore, changing the md5 file doesn't do anything, since that faulty md5 data is already stored withing the flacs.
And as you can see, the files are still corrupt, even when processed from a folder with the updated md5 data:
So while I do appreciate the effort, the flacs are still corrupt.