#1
Does anybody know why iTunes likes to take certain songs from albums, detach them from the other songs on the album, and put them under a separate album that has the EXACT album information as the original album? More importantly, does anybody know how to fix this? I'm borderline OCD about the organization of the songs in my iTunes and it's driving me effing crazy.
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#3
Typo in the artist's name?
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#4
Composer is different
Contributing artist is different
A track features a guest artist

These are all reason iTunes splits albums into different subdivisions.
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#5
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Typo in the artist's name?
Nope. The artist and album are spelled exactly the same. The number of tracks on the album are exactly the same. It makes no sense.
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#7
Never mind. I just found a way to fix it. It still doesn't make sense, though.
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#8
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Never mind. I just found a way to fix it. It still doesn't make sense, though.


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#9
check this is what you do, highlight all the songs on the album including the detached one (holding CTRL) and then right click and click on "Get Info" then click the "info" tab and re-write all the correct info and they should all be grouped together again.
#10
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I get this too. Usually I just edit the info but sometimes it doesn't work.
Delete the album name of the isolated track and press enter so that the album name is blank. Then go to that track and begin to type the album name again until it shows up on its own and press enter again.
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#12
You may have a space put after the artist or album, I've had that a few times. If it's that annoying, Ctrl-A EVERYTHING and rewrite it all yourself.
#13
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I do that and it sometimes doesn't work.
Make sure you press enter after you delete the album name. Its official name needs to be blank in order for the change to take effect.
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#14
yea i'm confused with also. My iTunes always does this with the first track of any CD i import. It's quite annoying
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#15
Make sure the disk numbers in the song information are all the same. This happened to me before and it turned out that some songs had blank info for the disk number and others said "1" for the disc number.
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#16
Nevermind, when I had them all selected and changed them it didn't make a difference so I had to do them all individually.
#17
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Make sure the disk numbers in the song information are all the same. This happened to me before and it turned out that some songs had blank info for the disk number and others said "1" for the disc number.
This can be the problem sometimes, too. But if EVERYTHING else matches up, then the method I suggested works. I just went through my entire library and fixed all of those anomalies.
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