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==Examples==
 
==Examples==
  
* Artist A / Artist B / Artist C / Artist D  
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* Artist A / Artist B / Artist C / Artist D
 
* [[Release:80b387d0-f7b6-4269-8919-19be203c3835|Kyuss / Queens of the Stone Age]]
 
* [[Release:80b387d0-f7b6-4269-8919-19be203c3835|Kyuss / Queens of the Stone Age]]
  
 
==Details==
 
==Details==
  
Note that this is ''space, slash, space''!  
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Note that this is ''space, slash, space''!
  
If the release has a title of its own, then use that title.  
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If the release has a title of its own, then use that title.
  
 
If the release is a [[Split Release|split release]], where both halves are given a title (presumably by their respective artists), use [[Style/Recording and release group titles/Multiple titles|Multiple titles]] to format the title.
 
If the release is a [[Split Release|split release]], where both halves are given a title (presumably by their respective artists), use [[Style/Recording and release group titles/Multiple titles|Multiple titles]] to format the title.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 20:32, 15 November 2011

Status: This is an official style guideline.

If a release is a split release by two or more artists, and if the release has no given name but only features the artist names, the release title should be as follows:

Artist A / Artist B

Examples

Details

Note that this is space, slash, space!

If the release has a title of its own, then use that title.

If the release is a split release, where both halves are given a title (presumably by their respective artists), use Multiple titles to format the title.

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