I am not sure I understand this output correctly:
/Volumes/public/music/Bands/Alice In Chains/1990 [Facelift] (12 items) Correcting tags from: Alice In Chains - Facelift To: Alice in Chains - Facelift URL: https://musicbrainz.org/release/e5649211-2ae2-3711-baed-ee7d3369f001 (Similarity: 100.0%) (CD, 1990, XE, CBS, 01-467201-10, on Medium: BIEM) * Man In The Box -> Man in the Box * Sea Of Sorrow -> Sea of Sorrow * Bleed The Freak -> Bleed the Freak * I Can't Remember -> I Can’t Remember * It Ain't Like That -> It Ain’t Like That * I Know Somethin' (Bout You) -> I Know Somethin (Bout You) /Volumes/public/music/Bands/Alice In Chains/1992 [Dirt] (13 items) Finding tags for album "Alice In Chains - Dirt". Candidates: 1. Alice in Chains - Facelit/Dirt/Alice in Chains (54.1%) (missing tracks, album, year, ...) (3xCD, 2003, GB) 2. Alice in Chains - Alice in Chains (43.1%) (tracks, album, unmatched tracks, ...) (CD, 1995, CA, Columbia, CK 67248, purple artwork) 3. Alice in Chains - Alice in Chains (43.1%) (tracks, album, unmatched tracks, ...) (CD, 1995, XE, Columbia, 01-481114-10) 4. Alice in Chains - Alice in Chains (43.0%) (tracks, album, unmatched tracks, ...) (2x12" Vinyl, 1995, US, Columbia, C2 67248) 5. Alice in Chains - Alice in Chains (41.8%) (tracks, album, missing tracks, ...) (CD, 1995, JP, Sony Records, SRCS 8192) # selection (default 1), Skip, Use as-is, as Tracks, Group albums, Enter search, enter Id, aBort, eDit, edit Candidates?
For one it has a musicbrainz URL and claims a similarity of 100%. But then again it wants to change some track titles, and offers candidates - none of which are a better match. Yet, default would be to pick #1 at at 54.1%.
I guess I should probably use skip or use as-is. But for one I am not sure what the difference is between the two, and - what about the title changes?
Would be great it someone could help me out based on the above example.