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iPod - Cover Flow Question


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I have a few iPods, and I am having tons of trouble with the Cover Flow. I have albums in which everything is the same (Album, Year, Album Artist, ect) besides the "Artist" and the "Title". The artist is different because it's XXXX & YYYY or XXXX & YYYY & ZZZZ because it is a CD in which there are featured artist. The problem is that it doesn't group the album, it spilts it up into whoever has the exact same artist. Is there any way to change that?

In my iTunes, when I go to Cover Flow, it looks right. All the right albums are displayed, and only once.

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