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To replace http://wiki.musicbrainz.org/Style/Recording#Title:
 
 
 
==Title==
 
The title of a recording should be the most commonly used title for official tracks (tracks from official albums) featuring that recording. If there are no official tracks, just use the most common title from all the tracks featuring the recording. For a standalone recording, use the title given by the source.
 
 
 
If the chosen track title contains [[Style/Titles/Extra_title_information|extra title information]] then it should be kept with the recording. If the ETI is a named version (eg. a named remix, mix or edit) of the song then include it in the recording title. In all other cases transfer the ETI to the disambiguation.
 
 
 
See the [[Style/Titles|title guidelines]] for general information about titles.
 
 
 
===Examples===
 
*The majority of the official tracks using [[recording:9aa77fa3-1a7d-4ff9-a5ce-8c3dc072fa52|…Baby One More Time]] are called "…Baby One More Time", so the recording title should be …Baby One More Time and not "Baby One More Time" or "…Baby One More Time (radio version)".
 
*[[recording:d0a7f90b-9d4f-4737-80ff-1f87704999f4|Mailman, Bring Me More Blues]] is actually the song "Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues", but because the only track using it is on a Bootleg release, that track title should be used as the recording title.
 

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