What does “TRACKFIX” mean?

Posted on August 2, 2008. Filed under: Definitions | Tags: |

If one or more tracks from an album or collection of files is wrongly tagged or corrupted, then the release group releases a “FIX” including just the files needed to complete a working collection. This is most common when a single MP3 file or similar is corrupted in a collection of songs, ie on an album. The “fix” can also appear on the next release in a series, such as a weekly radioshow or chart collection, where one of the songs is corrupt the previous week.


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