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    Dc Vm Tracks with a year?

    I've seen a few tracks play that have a year show up in the Now Playing window...

    After Burner
    After Burner [NES]
    2007

    Why is 2007 in there? It doesn't seem to form part of the Track Name or Game Name. I could understand if it was release year or something. It didn't sound like a remix either, more like the original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RetroBob View Post
    I've seen a few tracks play that have a year show up in the Now Playing window...

    After Burner
    After Burner [NES]
    2007

    Why is 2007 in there? It doesn't seem to form part of the Track Name or Game Name. I could understand if it was release year or something. It didn't sound like a remix either, more like the original.
    Something I noticed myself as well. The year may pertain to the year the audio file was created. Our "now playing" bar usually shows the year if the audio track itself has that tag. This should be release date for the game or specific album.
    We'll look into editing this in the future, but seeing as our playlist is huge, it'll take a while. Thanks for pointing this out, though.

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    To be honest I think it best to remove them altogether.

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