Digital audio, CD in particular, is designed to never clip, however contemporary albums almost always clip as a result of the loudness war.
In general, the dynamic range is reduced by the frequent clipping of a song.
A clipping ratio of less then 0.0001% or 2 clips per song is not hi-fi but acceptable. Anything greater then 0.0050% or 100 clips per song is definitely a victim of the loudness war.
Open the media in an audio editing software, e.g. GarageBand, to see the waveform more clearly.