You’ve done the background research - you’ve found that there are only 2 releases known in this release group?
And there is no conflict between MB data on the Release you think is correct and the one you have in hand? (When you write “My disc has no barcode” you automatically tell me that it has different cover art to https://musicbrainz.org/release/2f59b51a-b7cd-3307-8da9-23e7857baaaa because that cover art does have a barcode. However the other release has no cover art linked and so your cover art cannot conflict with non-existent cover art.)
Grab it. That release is yours to improve with additional data.
I was shocked when editor:aerozol first proposed this kind of reasoning.
But he is right.
If you can’t tell the difference between your release and the one in MB then one one else can either.
To get that specific album into Picard if you want to use it “as is”:
- Copy URL of the MB Release you want.
- Paste that into the search box in Picard - location: toppish left between Album drop-down box and Magnifying Glass.
- Push “Enter” on your keyboard. (I’m sure you didn’t need 3. But someone else might.)
Of course, even better would be to add all the metadata off your in-hand Album. If the Discogs cover art is good then you can add that to your Release’s Cover Art. Or if you want to make your own scans that is good too.