Difference between revisions of "album"

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In [[MusicBrainz Terminology|MusicBrainzTerminology]], an album is an entry in the album table of the database. For CD's, an album represents 1 CD. For vinyl and cassettes, an album represents both sides of a record or cassette.
 
In [[MusicBrainz Terminology|MusicBrainzTerminology]], an album is an entry in the album table of the database. For CD's, an album represents 1 CD. For vinyl and cassettes, an album represents both sides of a record or cassette.
   
An album has an [[Album Title|AlbumTitle]] and consists of one or more [[Track]]s. Each album has one [[Album Artist|AlbumArtist]] who is the main [[Artist]] associated with that album. Other artists can be associated with an album using [[Advanced Relationships|AdvancedRelationships]].
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An album has an [[Album Title|AlbumTitle]] and consists of one or more [[Track]]s. Each album has one [[Album Artist|AlbumArtist]] who is the [[Primary Artist|PrimaryArtist]] associated with that album. Other artists can be associated with an album using [[Advanced Relationships|AdvancedRelationships]].
   
 
==Examples==
 
==Examples==

Revision as of 09:58, 2 February 2006

In MusicBrainzTerminology, an album is an entry in the album table of the database. For CD's, an album represents 1 CD. For vinyl and cassettes, an album represents both sides of a record or cassette.

An album has an AlbumTitle and consists of one or more Tracks. Each album has one AlbumArtist who is the PrimaryArtist associated with that album. Other artists can be associated with an album using AdvancedRelationships.

Examples