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heh. does that usually happen?
Though in this case, it's actually not iTunes' fault. That's either the fault of the CD pressing company fucking the ID3 tags up or some prat on CDDB uploading a variant and incorrect tracklist.
What iTunes really screws up is usually cover art.
before you though. As you can submit the CDDB data yourself from itunes for bootlegs and the like. So it could just be some retard whom brought the CD before you too, i think so anyways.
They released their album on DVD or something. I remember they had a really good video I saw on 120 minutes and could never find the album anywhere.
But yeah, iTunes mishaps are not a new thing - half of the recent Beatles reissues came up in Japanese for me and I remember iTunes thinking Turn On The Bright Lights was Funeral (indie LOL).
that's happened a couple of times with sunn O))) albums for me, exact same artist name. Rather idiotic.
Always amazes me that certain that albums (and more especially EPs) can come up with alternative names and tracklistings, considering the variables of the number of tracks and their individual lengths.