Would you mind to rename this topic?
It’s often difficult to find for me and Request for Votes was more clear, I thought.
It was closed recently but I would have kept that (older and more clear) and closed this one here, instead.
Calling auto-mods is not necessarily the most important thing in those requests, I thought.
Incidentally, at the risk of taking this off-topic: Is it considered ok to add track durations to a vinyl release based on the associated digital release? It seems like a reasonable assumption that they’d match, absent evidence to the contrary. I guess my ideal solution would be to add the digital release separately to the group, and have the vinyl release show implied track durations if the tracklist doesn’t have them – would that be a reasonable feature?
Might want to start a thread on that, but I would say that times shouldn’t be taken straight from another source. Personally I only add vinyl (or cassette) track times if they are listed somewhere on the artwork. Otherwise I let it be “implied” - I even remove them from discogs imports when I can’t find them on scans.
In general it’s all based on credits - if a performer doesn’t include their title on album credits, then it shouldn’t be part of their entry name. Unfortunately I can’t read Hebrew (I could ask my wife, but she’s a bit rusty ) so I can’t say for certain what’s on that cassette.
Maybe add an alias with Rabbi or work it into the disambiguation?
Context: on the thread I have found a very weird series it was decided to remove all those off-topic artist series such as “death by…”, “arrested for…”, “studied at…”, etc. which indeed have been already successfully removed by other editors; comprehensibly only original creator is/was downvoting them.
A common thing that happened in the UK past was a newspaper would release a two or three disc album over a number of issues. A case would be supplied so you could house these all as one item on your shelf. Are these one or two releases? I am especially confused by the first of these two removals as it destroys the only record there is on a volume one. And the second would have made more sense as a merge?