Much appreciate the response. Your rip would have been fine if my criteria was mp3, but that was not the case.
As long as this is a web-source 'RIP', any audiophile will also point out that any FLAC(s) gotten from such means, permit me to assume aka using exploits against streaming platforms like Deezer / Spotify / Tidal etcr (gave an identical result as your submission) would not yield a true Lossless file by any margin. All the various Lossless Audio Checker related programs will indicate this when the derived track(s) are checked, based on the results which was why I questioned your submission post initially.
For instance when comparing identical tracks from the same album; one via web exploit and the other web store purchase would show the difference in great detail.
This is essentially why a number of music file sharing sites (particularly sharing lossless) have a rule against distributing music derived from this method given their non authentic values. In regards to official Web DL releases, submissions are permitted as long the source is from an e-store (checkout) like Apple store / Bandcamp / Qobuz / Mora / Beatport and the likes. In short, your rip is simply a padded mp3 file.
I would wait and kindly request this thread remains open until someone fulfills my criteria.