I also prefer the one line one, but since those are both pretty big due to the fact that the album title is so long, I was thinking we could create a logo just with the acronym "NFR!" like how it is displayed on the clean album cover.
Also, I found a registration of “Talking like an Answering Machine” on Buma/Stemra and the IPI code for her name is exactly the same like the one from the picture above (641419461). I think this confirm that it is also her song.
Since a video of "Color Blue" from YouTube was taken down due to copyright infringement and in the copyright claim it appeared as "Wild One - Fusion Mix", should we merge the 2 pages and delete the "Color Blue" page?
Are the titles from these copyright claims always legit or could be a mistake?
I've been having a look online but I can't find any documentary evidence that it was struck down under that title? I know Honeymouns (sp?) has said that it was but is there any information beyond that? I notice that their upload was actually titled "Lana Del Rey - Wild One" which may be affecting how it was taken down as well.
If there is more information, the pages should probably be merged, but if it's a single account making the claim based on the way they uploaded their video I'd hold off until we know more.
Shazam works like Spotify and iTunes in the sense that songs can be uploaded by anyone with whatever details they like . It's more difficult that changing lyrics on Genius, but it's not particularly unusual to see - a similar thing happened to "Brooklyn Nights" by Lady Gaga and "Sculpture" by Allie X (plus a whole host of other artists). I wouldn't immediately trust Shazam with this one. Shazaming "Architecture", which we know to be officially called "Architecture" based on numerous copyright take downs, comes up with the song being called "Best American Record".
As well as this, numerous unreleased songs aren't recognised by Shazam - including ones that as far as we know went very far into the production process, so why would rough takes from 2013 be Shazam-able? It's actually interesting, because only unreleased songs leaked relatively recently seem to actually be on Shazam which leads me to believe a fan is distributing the newer songs. So, I'm not sure at the moment, I personally would recommend leaving the pages separate but providing information on both that there may be a link.
Well, I was thinking that if the song is registered on publishing websites, then it would be easier from Shazam to identify them. But maybe I am wrong.
However, if this is “Wild One”, then I have the following dilema: we know that “Wild One” is co-written by Justin Parker, but he didn’t produced it. The leaker said is not a well-known producer (they won’t give out the name). But Parker always produced his demos with Lana and different producers were involved only for final productions. Could be there more versions of this song?
Songs that are registered to music publishing sites won't automatically be recognisable to Shazam - this is because to get a song registered you don't have to upload any kind of audio and Shazam will need access to that audio in order to recognise the song. As far as I can tell, songs will only be on Shazam if they are, have been, or are going to be, available via some kind of online music retailer or streaming service. I tried a few more songs to see what Shazam would say. Firstly, it recognised "Cherry Blossom" despite it not being registered anywhere, it recognised "Because of You", which is recognised, but listed the artist as "Unreleased" - fueling my suspicion that this is being done by a fan, it didn't recognise "Resistance", though, which is also registered. If it is a fan, all they need to do is get an online distributor to distribute the audio to Shazam - this can sometimes be done at a very low price.
Ultimately, I still don't trust Shazam as a source on these matters. If more copyright strikes show that it is some kind of version of "Wild One" and there's a decent amount of evidence to that effect then that would probably be enough - or obviously if Lana/Justin confirm that it is.
Regardless of its title, it very may well be related to Wild One - it could be an early version kind of like Living Without You or Coca Colla that she brought into a session with Justin, or just an early take of the actual song and we have the dates wrong - but that's completely speculating on my part. It'd be fun if there were more versions though, either way. :)
Lana released a snippet on her Instagram on 31 December 2018 but later deleted it. It's likely going to be on NFR but we don't even know the official title yet. I'm surprised someone hasn't made a page for it to date, perhaps I should get on that. The video posted there has just extended the snippet she put on instagram by repeating a few parts a couple of times! It sounds like a great song though, personally I can't wait. :)
I don't believe APRA has any functionality to show when a song has been registered. I doubt we have said when a song is registered to APRA on this wiki, and if we have it's probably a reference to when the community discovered it was registered. Sorry I can't be of more help. If you find out though please let me know!