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    iTunes uploading Albums backwards!?
    Hi guys. My dad is having a few problems with iTunes on his Powerbook. When he uploads an album from a CD or takes some music off my Macbook, itunes always ends up uploading the Tracks in reverse order.

    For example, if there were 15 tracks on an album, Track 15 would be Track 1. Is there a way of changing this so itunes uploads it normally?

    Thanks for any replies.

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    Sounds like he is viewing itunes with the "date added" column in order from newest to oldest.

    Since it started ripping at the beginning of the album, the last track is the newest song. Viewing it any other way (by album, artist, etc. ) should show it relatively normally.

    I found this a little quirky at first as well...

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