Style/Specific types of releases

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Status: This is an official style guideline.

Soundtracks

See the guidelines for soundtracks.

Classical

Classical releases, tracks, release groups and recordings should be named following the classical style guidelines. An updated version of the classical style guidelines is in the works but is not yet finished. If you would like to help, please join the style council.

For opera, see the opera guidelines for recording titles.

Musical theatre

See the guidelines for musical theatre.

Mash-ups

If a recording is a mash-up of two (or more) recordings the artist should be set to the mash-up artist. Put the two "versus" artist titles into the recording name like so: "Track Title (Artist A vs. Artist B)".

Note that this only applies to the recording, the associated track(s) should be credited as they appear on the release.

Live bootlegs

If a live bootleg has a proper title, enter the release title as it is on the release and follow the guidelines for live bootlegs for the release group title. If a live bootleg doesn't have a proper title, follow those guidelines for both the release title and release group title.

Audiobooks

There are currently no specific official guidelines for audiobooks.

Broadcast programs

For radio programs and podcasts see the guidelines for broadcast programs.


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