I just downloaded "Witchy Woman" and the metadata for the artist is not the same as other files by "The Eagles" that I have. Some C3, some forum. You have just "Eagles"
Ah yes, "The" eternal debate. If you look at the band's releases, they have never called themselves "The Eagles". All their albums and singles are credited simply to "Eagles", with a few outlying exceptions in countries where the band was probably not directly involved in the release. There actually are several bands that don't officially use "The" in their title despite everyone else doing so, Scorpions being another one. Others have gone back and forth like (The) Steve Miller Band, and then there are some that really can't make up their collective minds, like The Pretenders, so-named on their debut album which they then called Pretenders. Using the names "chosen by the artists themselves" can get pretty difficult in some cases when you actually try! For this particular band, though, they were pretty consistent, and they were Eagles without a The.
I can be persuaded to add a "The" for the sake of consistent sorting if pretty much every other custom, including the GH converts in the C3 database, have the "The".
Also the first post link to "Witchy Woman" is still the previous version.
D'oh. Fixed! I guess MediaFire actually does change that cryptic string of letters and numbers now and then. I'll keep a closer eye on that from now on.
Good work on these.
Speaking of metadata...
If you change 'Emerson, Lake and Palmer' to 'Emerson Lake & Palmer', it will not only match the album cover, it will also remove the annoying overlap in the Visualizer image.
Yeah, you're right. This is where I must confess personal preference got in the way. I hate arbitrary ampersands. But, I'll be a good boy and put the ampersand back in the next revision.
Whether the comma should go is a little less clear. Almost all album covers don't have the comma (Black Moon is an exception), and almost all record labels do have the comma (Works is an exception). But, if we assume the band was more involved in how their album covers look and less involved in the design of the labels, and if we want to use the name that best represents the band's golden era, then the comma would get the boot. I'm fine with that.
That HIM vs. H.I.M. thing with Harmonix's songs is getting a little more understandable now, isn't it?
The nitpicking squad.
I fight fire with fire.