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e8   Offline  -  Member  -  10-19-17 09:00 AM  -  8 months ago
This page should be combined with www.madmusic.com/artist_details.aspx?ArtistID=9659 and www.madmusic.com/artist_details.aspx?ArtistID=11762.
Stavro Arrgolus   Online  -  Editor, MP3  -  10-19-17 03:27 PM  -  8 months ago

No freaking way.

...Ok, full disclosure. The reason I ignored this before was because it helped avoid confusion. I'm only too aware that "The Invisible Man" is credited to "Hans Conried and Alice Pearce". The song is from the 1959 Halloween album "Monster Rally"...which credits both. So I can't credit Conried alone. The omission of Conried probably originates from the 1996 "Screemers" Halloween compilation album

This isn't a XXX artist featuring XXX artist situation - or perhaps it is, but it's not credited that way. And if I made it technically correct (the "best kind of correct", as you know), people would bitch - "This is an Alice Pearce song! I don't hear Hans Conried in this!" - not knowing it was credited as a collaborative effort from an album...whether it actually was or not.

To avoid all that, I left it as it was. At most, I'll change it all to the proper (but potentially aggravating) credit.

Oh yes...your second link gives a familiar error we've been dealing with of late (the "error converting nvarchar to int." bug). The error seems to have escaped from the bugged album edit page. I should thank you for indirectly calling attention to this as I now have something tangible to show Wayne concerning this bug.

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