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In [[MusicBrainz Terminology|MusicBrainzTerminology]], a release event is date and a country on which a [[Release]] was released in a country/region.
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In [[MusicBrainz Terminology|MusicBrainzTerminology]], a release event is a date and a country on which a [[Release]] was released in a country/region.
   
 
See [[Release Event Style|ReleaseEventStyle]] for a Style Guideline on how to enter release events.
 
See [[Release Event Style|ReleaseEventStyle]] for a Style Guideline on how to enter release events.
   
On Amazon, 1990-10-25 is reported to be a bogus release date. If Amazon reports 1990-10-25 as a release date, don't enter it in [[MusicBrainz]].
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On Amazon, 1990-10-25 is reported to be a bogus release date. If Amazon reports 1990-10-25 as a release date, don't enter it in MusicBrainz.
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Release event information in MusicBrainz consist of:
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* [[Release Date|ReleaseDate]]
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* [[Release Country|ReleaseCountry]]
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* [[Release Catalog Number|ReleaseCatalogNumber]]
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* [[Barcode|BarCode]]
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* [[Label]]
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* [[Release Format|ReleaseFormat]]
   
 
==Examples==
 
==Examples==

Revision as of 14:57, 16 May 2007

In MusicBrainzTerminology, a release event is a date and a country on which a Release was released in a country/region.

See ReleaseEventStyle for a Style Guideline on how to enter release events.

On Amazon, 1990-10-25 is reported to be a bogus release date. If Amazon reports 1990-10-25 as a release date, don't enter it in MusicBrainz.

Release event information in MusicBrainz consist of:

Examples