but i keep getting an error saying i cant change it “this medium has more than one discid which prevents this information from being changed” anyone know how to get around this and correct the track order?
that’s interesting, I’ve never seen that message before… I can see the tracklist on MusicBrainz is different than the back cover scan included, seemingly track 3 got moved there from track 6 (and perhaps others further down the list)
looking at the original edit, there may have been some confusion about the tracklist and this same error, actually… I can’t quite tell for certain what happened to the release @muddipanda added, because that’s listed in the same edit history, but if I’m reading it correctly, it looks like that release might have got “corrected” and merged into the release you linked…
does the tracklist for your release match the back cover scan and the linked Discogs release? with the Silence remix on track 3 instead of track 4?
(I’ll leave some notes on the merge edits, see if we can get some input from the original editors~) @dj_judas21, @221bbs, @fmera seem pretty active in the merge and/or might have a copy of the release?
Thankyou! I’m new to this as im in the process of starting to copy all my cd’s to my home media server for the second time after my original hdd with everything on died, so i’m trying to make sure everything is perfect as i go!
I’ve just checked and the tracklist on discogs and the back of my cd matches so i think it’s just been inputted in error on here. I’ll give what’s been suggested a go but i’m not really sure what i’m doing yet also Thanks for adding the notes too
i’m inclined to accept the 3 discids (all added by the same editor i believe), so we’ve at least got the track duration sequence to go on. i’ve also retrieved the 4 original recordings (unlinked at some point in the past, so no duration retained) with a list of acoustids captured in annotations (i guess i believed at the time) that belong to each of those 4 recordings of interest. hope that helps with untangling the 4 tracks/recordings, whichever their true sequence may be.