Almost gave up reading what with all the blocked out/banned words, all CAP shouters and disguised words.
Yes I can see, sort of, how a couple of tracks not being treated the same as 99% of other tracks could be a little bit frustrating but nothing to kick off so much about.
Anyway. In your screenshot of track listing it’s a pretty vague loose circle that’s been drawn in - are you trying to say the first track doesn’t behave? Or the 2nd track doesn’t behave? Or were you drawing attention to the first and second track? Or the first 5?
The second track looks like it could have some interesting things, file wise, which might (it’s a big might, but better than no leads or clue) be something.
Track two has a stray apostrophe in the field - it’s known that some special characters and those with grammar accents and odd characters outside of a-Z 0-9 can cause issues in any tag, even if not displayed. It might be worth editing any àäã etc back to an a and so on. Some video files have extra big album art, Again, might be worth stripping that off and adding a reasonable sized art instead. Track two is the longest track duration in the list - video takes up more file space than audio, so the longer the duration, the bigger the file. Maybe there’s some file size limit set, because of the file size limit of files being shared between decks on a separates SC prime system (ignore this file size thing on a prime4)
Track 2 is the first m4a file in that list (the track above is true audio). Although the primes do a clever trick with playing audio from a video file, video files have many different containers and a much wider scope of what codecs are deemed acceptable, than an audio file.
Is it only video files that are giving you trouble? Or at least video files with certain other criteria like tags, foreign chars, large art, file size etc ?