Voting/Auto-editor Request Thread

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Hello there.

I am merging 2 live recordings from LP and CD editions of same compilation, named Sorry for the joke. :wink:

Their duration does not match but LP durations and where their ‘‘tracks’’ are split are theoretical things.

Please give me your opinions, because I can just cancel merges:

Maybe I am overzealous merging them.


Edit #78518598

needed for merge.

Hi everyone,

I’m throwing a controversial edit here :
That’s something I wanted to do for quite a long time in order to settle this subject once and for all (as it’s something really important for SensCritique database too).

Thanks and cheers !

I’ve got some edits that I could do with a second opinion on.

This is a DVD+CD release of a concert, with 12 of the 17 DVD tracks repeated on the CD and with changes in length in some cases. Unfortunately, the same recordings are being used for both the DVD and CD tracks. An easy enough fix: I’ve flagged the recordings being used only for the DVD as videos and created new video recordings for the ones that are incorrectly being shared with the CD.

But here’s a spanner in the works:

The DVD on this release has what should be the CD’s tracklist and the CD has the first 12 tracks from the DVD. The track lengths are the same on both mediums, despite having different songs. It has the same Disc ID as other CDs in the group and a search for the barcode on eBay returns this, which appears to be the same as this Discogs entry. I’m assuming the MB entry is wrong then and it should actually be the standard 17-track DVD and 12-track CD, same as the others in the release group.

With that in mind, these 5 edits will change the recordings which are apparently on the Australian/New Zealand CD into video ones:,,, and I’d like to hear some other thoughts on them.

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I’d like some more eyes on this artist split for Rez x Oscob.

Requesting vote on the following merges:

I happened to have both sides of these releases in my collection, and have listened to them and they seem identical.

P.S. The artist attributing seems a bit confusing, and I have opened a separate forum post for the current situation: Record label gets mistaken as artist?

A few more merges to go here:

I originally thought that they’re different, but after digging deeper into the respective discography entries and listening them, it seems that they’re the same, just under different title variations and different volumes.