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A release artist is the [[Artist]] that appears in the "artist" database field of a [[Release]].  There can only be one release artist for each release. The release artist is the [[Primary Artist|PrimaryArtist]] for the release.  
 
A release artist is the [[Artist]] that appears in the "artist" database field of a [[Release]].  There can only be one release artist for each release. The release artist is the [[Primary Artist|PrimaryArtist]] for the release.  
  
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Guidelines for which artist has to be chosen are documented on the page [[Release Artist Style|ReleaseArtistStyle]]. Other artists associated with a release can be added using [[Advanced Relationships|AdvancedRelationships]] (see [[Secondary Artist|SecondaryArtist]]<code><nowiki></nowiki></code>s for more details).  
 
Guidelines for which artist has to be chosen are documented on the page [[Release Artist Style|ReleaseArtistStyle]]. Other artists associated with a release can be added using [[Advanced Relationships|AdvancedRelationships]] (see [[Secondary Artist|SecondaryArtist]]<code><nowiki></nowiki></code>s for more details).  

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Description

A release artist is the Artist that appears in the "artist" database field of a Release. There can only be one release artist for each release. The release artist is the PrimaryArtist for the release.

Additional information

Guidelines for which artist has to be chosen are documented on the page ReleaseArtistStyle. Other artists associated with a release can be added using AdvancedRelationships (see SecondaryArtists for more details).

Example

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