Good news: there’s a workaround to fix the issues related to the bug where Google Music’s music-matching service replaced explicit versions of songs with clean ones. Droid-Life reports that users who are seeing the issue should do click on the arrow next to each song or album title. Then select “Fix incorrect match” from the drop down menu. That should then upload the correct version of the song from your library into the Google (GOOG) cloud and replace the wrong one. Google’s music-matching service launched on December 18th in the U.S. as a free alternative to Apple’s (AAPL) $25 iTunes Match service and Amazon’s (AMZN) $25 Cloud Player.
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