Ah, that’s the reasoning I was missing. Thanks! We do still need to bring the art over from Discogs (or provide our own scans) so we actually have a reference for the spine the entire viable argument is based on.
And a bit off topic, I’m definitely with @mmirG on the importance of being able to match cover to data even if you don’t know abbreviations or even the language, but how does that interact with our capitalization guidelines? If I try to edit something in Greek or Cyrillic, I’m not going to know which symbols are forms of which other ones. At that point, is it just "pull up the Wikipedia page on the alphabet, and check each letter as you come to it? On the other hand, I’m definitely not going to argue for anything that will result in all-caps names showing up in my library.