I'm a newbie here, sorry for doing anything wrong, but I've got a question about edit #43249040
Paul McCartney issued his LP "СНОВА В СССР" ([snova v es-es-es-er], "Back in the USSR", "Снова в СССР" in lowercase) only in the USSR first, but lately it was reissued for the whole world. Here's the problem: on some releases Paul McCartney's name is spelled like "PAUL McCARTИЕЧ", for stylization purpose obviously, but the name of the album was misspelled like "СНОВА Б СССР" ([snova b es-es-es-er], "Снова б СССР" in lowercase), with the wrong letter in the preposition ("Б" instead of "В"). Maybe it was done for the same stylization purposes, I don't know, for the letters to seem "more Russian", not like an English writing "Choba b CCCP", but it IS a misprint without any doubt (I am Russian, I know it for sure).
Should this release be titled with its misprint in the musicbrainz database also? Or should it have the correct name, like it has on discogs.com? If it should, then shouldn't Paul McCartney also has an alias PAUL McCARTИЕЧ for this particular release?