Incorrectly-relisted album page

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Was searching for the AllMusic album entry for Moby's Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt (which was previously listed here) only to find that it had been removed.

Inspected Moby's artist page further and found that it had been seemingly replaced with the album entry for Moby's Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt: The EastWest Sessions, which is a live re-recording of the original album.

On that entry, the review for the original album shows up (albeit without the 4-star rating which accompanied the review), despite the fact that they're two entirely different albums. Looking at the releases page, the release details for the two albums have been merged together (even the entries for the original album have been incorrectly given the subtitle "The EastWest Sessions"), compounding the error.

Hopefully the team can take a look at this and have the two albums split into different album entries, with the page for the original album restored with its review and rating. Thanks.


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Stephen

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Posted 12 months ago

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Zac Johnson, Official Rep

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That does look like two released that got incorrectly combined. Thanks for the level of detail. We'll ask for this to be cleaned up.
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Thanks for the response! Seems like it's been cleared up for the most part - the two albums have been separated into different entries. Only problem I can still see is that the review for the original album appears on the page for EastWest Sessions instead of the page for the original album, so that might need some fixing.
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I think we have that correct now. This is the review for the original album (as you can see from the archive.org page), and we have removed the review from the EastWest Sessions page.