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In the case where multiple unaltered recordings are joined on a single track, link to each component recording using [[Compilation_Relationship_Type|Compilation Relationships]]. If the recording artists vary, enter each one separated by “ / ” in the [[Artist Credit|artist credit]] (in the order their songs appear):
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Revision as of 06:00, 22 January 2014

Status: This is an official style guideline.

If two releases are re‐released on one CD, or if two songs share the same recording, the title should be split as follows:

This Is the Modern World / All Mod Cons

Note that this is space, slash, space!

In the case where multiple unaltered recordings are joined on a single track, link to each component recording using compilation relationships. If the recording artists vary, enter each one separated by “ / ” in the artist credit (in the order their songs appear):

Artist A / Artist B

For split releases, see the guidelines for split releases.

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