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IPod Touch 4g doubling songs and album on ipod only


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I recently noticed that one of the albums on my itouch are doubled. Usally when I see something like that I assume it is because I might have messed up the spelling but this time it's different.

When I looked at both albums I realized they both had the same songs in them.
I went to itunes to check if the song was in itunes twice and they weren't. I also checked the songs on my ipod in itunes and got the same result. According to itunes there is only one album and one song each. But on my Itouch. The songs and albums are there twice.

Anyway I can fix this?
Thanks in advance!
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