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Convert Release To Single Artist

This EditType changes the ReleaseArtist, as well as the TrackArtists of a release licon.png

How to do it

  • The Convert to single artist link can be found in the light red edit links section of the release box on the artist or release page . The link takes you to a page where you can convert the release to a single artist. Please note, that this link is only available if the release has one or more release or track artists that are distict. (Read more about the new handling of release- and track artists in SG5DisasterRelief)


See ReleaseArtistStyle for details on how to choose release artists.





An ConvertReleaseToSingleArtistEdit will fail due to a FailedPrerequisite if another ConvertReleaseToSingleArtistEdit, MoveReleaseEdit, MoveReleasesEdit changes the release artist of this release.


An ConvertReleaseToSingleArtistEdit will fail due to a FailedDependency if the release is deleted by a RemoveReleaseEdit or a RemoveReleasesEdit.

Internal Errors

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