I’m asking if anyone likes this idea or not. I know a lot of people have a problem with all the different countries added on releases that aren’t truly worldwide. I get that. I still would like to retain that aspect. It’s the dates that I think makes it the ugliest. First off, it’s almost impossible to truly know when a release was released in each country. For example there were 50 something new countries added to Apple Music back in April & 20 something more added to Spotify back in July. I went as far as creating a Word File that has the dates of each country that streaming services first appeared. However, even this really isn’t accurate at all because there are other streaming services besides iTunes, Spotify & Deezer. I think that digital releases should only have 1 date on them. This way it would alleviate all the doubt. We don’t need to really know when a release first became available in each country. We could just show that date, followed by the list of countries. Add a blank country first with the date. Then just list all the countries after that without a date. So, it’d look something like this:
The repetition of the exact same date on all the releases when most of them aren’t even correct would end. Of course, with a-tisket becoming so popular that need to be reconfigured, to help out.