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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I enter a Comment?
You can enter comments about a movie, a soundtrack, an album, or a track. To do this, you have to navigate to the page showing the details of the movie, soundtrack, album, or track, and scroll down to the bottom of the screen. You will find there a button called "Add Comment...". If your comment doesn't concern a movie, a soundtrack, an album or a track, please use the Discussion Forum.
Why Enter Comments?
Member comments are useful to improve the database. Whenever you know something not specified on this site, or whenever you find an error, please let us know about it by entering a comment for the corresponding score, album or track.
What do I find in the "Other Albums" section?
The "Other Albums" section of a track details screen shows the albums where the track appears but which were not officially released. Basically, you will find there the CD-R's or Audio-Tapes which are in your collection or in the collection of members who invited you to it, alongside with bootlegs, library albums and archive albums (see Glossary for a definition of those terms).
Are the filmographies and musicographies complete?
The filmography of Ennio Morricone is complete, and so is the one of most of the movie directors and producers. For the actors and rest of the crew, the filmographies are usually partial.
The musicography of Ennio Morricone is complete. The other track lists associated to persons, bands or orchestras may not be considered as musicographies, since they only list tracks related in some way to Ennio Morricone.
How accurate is the data?
The data is kept as accurate as possible, based on reliable sources of information. Of course, there will still be some mistakes or missing information. If you find any, please let us know by entering a comment for the related movie, album or track.

Also, some tedious work has not been completely performed yet. For example, very few tracks have been assigned a style, or some links between variations and themes have not been created yet.
How do I Submit an Album to the Database?
If you know of an album that you can't find in the database, you are invited to submit it. First, you must be a Member and you must be logged in. Then, navigate to the tracks to add to the album and click on the Track Box icon () next to them. To finalize the album, go to the Track Box screen and save it.
What about foreign track titles?
A track can have different titles, depending on the albums on which it appears. For the purpose of this site, one title has been chosen as main title for each track. It is the most common title for the track, usually in its original language. But for each album, another title can be given to the track.

Also for the albums you create, after selecting a track, you are able to modify its title before saving the album contents.

The search feature also queries these additional titles when you perform a search on music.
Why invite members to My Collection?
By default, your collection is accessible to yourself only. But you might like other members to know which albums you have. Or you might even like other members to maintain your collection for you. To do this, you need to invite members to your collection.