I’m new here and I actually use a lot of MusicBrainz’ format for my personal music library in iTunes. It’s become very helpful for getting a sense of consistency in how I label things. Previously, virtually every album did things differently.
I had a question when it relates to tracks that appear to contain two or more tracks within. I’m a huge film score collector, and many soundtrack albums feature multiple tracks or “cues” under the umbrella of one track; as I understand it, we separate these with a " / ". My question comes into play for several releases I’ve seen in MusicBrainz that seemingly don’t use this.
One example is the track “Main Title and the Attack on the Jakku Village” from the Star Wars: The Force Awakens soundtrack. Another, from the same album, is “The Jedi Steps and Finale”. Should these be as they are listed in the database, or should they be “Main Title / The Attack on the Jakku Village” and “The Jedi Steps / Finale”, respectively?
Another example is in James Horner’s score for An American Tail; MusicBrainz has the last track listed as “Flying Away and End Credits”. Is that correct as is, or should it be “Flying Away / End Credits”?
Basically, I’m wondering if there’s an exception to the " / " rule for main titles and end titles? Or are these entries merely incorrect, and need fixing? Thanks a lot.