As someone with a mild case of OCD, it is a mental health issue. I wasn't attacking you, being rude, or calling you crazy, I was expressing genuine sympathy with a disorder you now say you don't have. One does not need to be Monk to have OCD--which quite often only exhibits in one small way in a person's life. My compulsion is buying music--seriously. I apologize for expressing sympathy. But when someone has a mental health disorder, the correct response should be sympathy. Be careful when you say you have a mental health disorder if you don't. Someone might take you seriously.
If the issue is consistency across releases, then it is a matter of editing the less correct releases to match the one more-correct release, rather than making the more-correct release less correct. I can do that in less than an hour if that's what people want.
The way this community works is that if only one person votes (non-abstain) it is a valid vote. The fact that there isn't some quorum doesn't matter. I'm the only one who has cared enough to vote--and last time I looked I'm the only one who has marked that they have this exact release in their collection (not that it matters for voting)--so "my" vote is "our" vote.
If the underlying issue is how "Ring Ring" is handled. Deal with it on "Ring Ring" not this release. Correctness should trump consistency. If "Ring Ring" needs a special case, do the special case there.
I don't think Ring Ring should be credited as "Björn Benny & Agnetha Frida", that's the artwork and the ampersand is huge, on the vinyl label and on ABBA's website it's credited to "Björn & Benny, Agnetha & Frida"
Then we should credit it as ABBA's website does, not as an ABBA release. I wouldn't fuss if "Björn & Benny, Agnetha & Frida (ABBA)" was the final decision. But making it an ABBA release when even they make a qualification is a bit strange on our part.