A catalog number is the identification number a record label assigns to a release. It is used for tracking purposes by both the label and the distributor. It is composed of numbers and letters, and sometimes a symbol such as a hyphen. There is no standard length.
Catalog numbers are typically printed on the spine of a CD or DVD and on the back of record sleeves, but you sometimes you’ll find them in other places on the artwork They might also be found on the CD and the info label on the record or inscribed on the disk itself.
Searching by Catalog Number
You can search and add albums to your collection by typing in the catalog number of an album. This will yield one or multiple results from which you can choose your album to add to your collection/wish list.
- Open “Add Albums from CLZ Core” and click the “by Catalog No” tab.
- Type the Catalog Number and click “Search CLZ Core”.
- Select the result you wish to add (a preview will be loaded for you too).
- To add your selected album use “Add [album title]” on the bottom right.
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