Style/Titles/Split releases

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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:

ArtistA / ArtistB

Please note that the Release Artist must be set to Various Artists according to Release Artist Style.

This is an Official Style Guideline.



Note that this is space, slash, space!

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

There is an actual example of a Split Release where both halves are given a title (presumably by their respective artists). In this case use Multiple Title Style to format the title.