And people mock me for still buying physical CDs from Amazon (usually used)...
If you are doing so only because you fear they will pull the music from your warm, living hands, then yes, you should be mocked.
A year or so ago I bought my first 99 cent MP3 from the Amazon monster. They wanted me to download and install an MP3 downloader to get it. I figured I would have to jump through some hoops, maybe find some DRM stripper to use the music where I wanted it, but I went ahead and bought it as an experiment.
I was amazed to find that the song downloaded and was imported into iTunes almost automatically. I copied the file from the My Amazon MP3 directory onto my phone and it played with no problem at all. Not only that, but many of the CDs I had bought through the years from Amazon showed up in the "download me" list, and I could download DRM-free copies of that music even though I had purchased only the physical CD version.
So, if you're unhappy that Amazon has too much DRM on the music it sells, well, "none" is a pretty small amount, but I'll happily sell you a program that will strip it off of the music. It's called "cp" or "copy", and it's only $3.99 in the Google Play store for Android.