I just spent pretty much the entire day trying to get the two Cheap Trick self titled releases to correctly show up in my Plex library only to have the Turbo Scan erase all my changes. It really takes a lot of work just to remove the items.
1st step: Physically move the files to another network drive not shared in my Plex Music Section which is called "MusicBrainz" and has the Section ID of 7.
2nd step: Do a full Turbo Scan to get the files to show up in the trash (2-3 hours)
3rd step: Verify the Cheap Trick entry is the only entry in the entire library actually in the trash (1/2 hour or so)
4th step: Physically move the files back to the drive with the rest of the music files.
5th step: Start a scan of section 7 without refresh using the command line controls via a batch file. (once again 2 hours before the two folders get added in but not matched)
6th step: Manually edit and lock all fields on both items to exactly how I want them. (1/2 hour or so)
Now you think you have it actually fixed and the locked fields won't change...think again.....
7th step: Run a Turbo Scan again to get rid of trash icons that erroneously appeared during the last scan...
8th step: Pull up the Cheap Trick entry to verify the locked fields actually stayed locked..
STEP NINE: SCREAM, Curse and Yell when you see it has once again dumped all the tracks into one listing and your entire day (actually my Birthday) has been utterly waisted....
What am I doing wrong???? Although the 1997 release is listed in the MusicBrainz database as "Cheap Trick" I have edited my tags to list it as "Cheap Trick '97" with an .nfo file in the folder which the scanners all seem to ignore. I really want to be able to fix this in my library. Last.fm won't make a correction. MusicBrainz won't change the title although I did put in an edit for a disambiguation entry, so I really don't know what to do.