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Data tracks are additional [[Track|track]]s on audio CDs that contain other data than the normal CD audio. 
 
 
 
Apply the [[Data Track Style|DataTrackStyle]], if you enter a CD with a data track into MusicBrainz.
 
 
 
==How to recognize a Data Track==
 
 
 
Some keywords that pop up repeatedly in data tracks:
 
* cccd *
 
* cd-extra
 
* cd-maximum catalogue
 
* cd media
 
* cd plus, cd+
 
* cd-rom
 
* cd track
 
* copy control, copycontrol
 
* copy protection
 
* data
 
* do not rip
 
* enhanced
 
* lgcd *
 
* multimedia
 
* quicktime
 
* open disc, opendisc
 
* video, videos
 
 
 
* These often appear as the title for last two tracks; both can be deleted
 
 
 
also, words used for data tracks in various languages:
 
* dados (Portuguese)
 
* data, dataspår (Swedish)
 
* data, dataspor (Norwegian, Danish)
 
* Daten, Daten-cd, Datentrack (German)
 
* datos (Spanish)
 
* dodatki multimedialne, prezentacja multimedialna (Polish)
 
* données (French)
 
* gegevens (Dutch)
 
* данные, диск с данными (Russian), äèñê ñ äàííûìè (badly encoded Russian)
 
* データ (Japanese)
 
* στοιχεία (Greek)
 
 
 
and the words for copy protection in various languages:
 
* beveiliging, kopieerbeveiliging (Dutch)
 
* Kopierschutz (German)
 
* kopibeskyttelse (Norwegian, Danish)
 
* kopieringsskydd (Swedish)
 
 
 
These should all be added as aliases of the [[Special Purpose Artist|SpecialPurposeArtist]] '''[data track]''' ([http://www.musicbrainz.org/showaliases.html?artistid=41744 which] should be used for data tracks on [[Various Artists|VariousArtists]] albums).
 
 
 
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