If a release is a split release by two or more artists, and if the release has no given name but only features the artist names, the release title should be as follows:
- Artist A / Artist B
Note that this is space, slash, space!
If the release has a title of its own, then use that title.
If the release is a split release, where both halves are given a title (presumably by their respective artists), use Multiple titles to format the title.
|Overview||Style Principle · Error correction & Artist intent · Old and/or outdated style practices|
|Title Style||Titles · Abbreviations · Extra title information · Subtitles · Multiple titles · Split releases · Series numbers (Parts, Volumes) · Featured artists · OC ReMix series · Promo Only series|
|Entities||Artist (Multiple names, Sort name, Aliases) · Release Group · Release · Recording · Label|
|Relationships||Relationships · URLs (Lyrics Whitelist, Score Whitelist) · Don't make relationship clusters|
|Classical||Classical portal · Release title · Release artist · Track artist · Recording artist · Works|
|Special Cases/Misc.||Unknown and untitled entities (Special Purpose Artist, Special Purpose Label, Special Purpose Track Title) · Specific types of releases (Soundtracks, Opera, Theatre, Live bootleg, Broadcast, Audiobooks) · Miscellaneous|
|Languages||English (Classical) · Catalan · Chinese · Czech · Danish · Dutch and Frisian · Estonian (Classical) · Finnish · French · German · Greek · Hebrew · Hungarian · Italian · Japanese · Latin · Latvian · Lithuanian · Norwegian · Polish · Portuguese · Romanian · Russian · Slovak · Spanish (Classical) · Swedish · Turkish · Vietnamese · Yiddish · Transliterations|