A compilation album comprises tracks, which may be previously released or unreleased, usually from several separate recordings by either one or several performers.
1. Temple City Kazoo Orchestra - Some Kazoos 2. Various - Teenage Tragedy 3. Go-Kart Mozart - Mozart Estate Present Go-Kart Mozart in Mozart's Mini-Mart 4. Various - Second Club Compilation 5. Compilations - Jarmush Club - 15 Years Compilation 6. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Farewell.
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If I Were a Carpenter is a 1994 tribute album to The Carpenters. It features alternative rock bands covering the songs of Richard and Karen Carpenter. The cover is a cartoon-like drawing of Richard and Karen Carpenter listening to an LP album against an orange background. Richard Carpenter has said that he doesn't "care for" the version of "Superstar" by Sonic Youth. The album was the brainchild of Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Replacements, Faith No More) and David Konjoyan.
0. Shounen Yo Gekka Wo Shissou Re 0. Short Drama 0. Eien Misui Ni Good By 0. Waga Risou Ni Kumori Nashi.
Album name and album artist are both obvious. If half of the tracks from the same compilation are tagged with the album "Greatest Hits" while the other half are tagged "Gratest Hits" they'll show as two albums. Correct the spelling, and ensure the tags are the same. The year tag is used to specify the year of release of the surrounding album. Therefore, for compilations, it should be the year of release of the compilation, not the song.
All the albums have album artist "Various Artists" and the "album is a compilation" checkbox is checked and yet some are in the right place and some are not. I've even have a double album where disc 1 is correctly showing under compilations and disc 2 is incorrectly showing under various artists. Any advice/guidance to resolve this would be gratefully received. Jul 21, 2016 10:14 AM.