Created attachment 523083 [details]
wrong number of tracks and their names displayed by Sound Juicer
Description of problem:
When I try to rip audio CD with Sound Juicer, bad tracks are displayed. I have a CD with 6 tracks, but there are 17 displayed. So track names doesn't match and when I try to play tracks (in Sound Juicer) or rip them, the real first track is ripped/played every time. So trying to rip the CD with Soud Juicer, I end up with 17 copies (named by wrong tracks' names displayed) of the first track.
When I use Asunder, content of the CD is displayed and ripped correctly. See attached screenshots for details.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
100% with this CD (didn't try any other)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. try to rip an audio CD with Sound Juicer
The first track is ripped instead of all the other tracks (and there are different tracks displayed and "ripped" than really contained on the CD).
Right number of tracks would be displayed with correct names. Then this would be correctly ripped.
My tip is, that it is somehow connected with getting information about CD tracks from http://musicbrainz.org/ When I click "Submitt track names", I am pointed to this page: http://musicbrainz.org/cdtoc/attach?id=hV9AizR.GoYj4LAnf7D4uIE3f64-&toc=1+6+117889+150+22964+43556+61094+79309+101415&tracks=6
where the list of tracks for both CD's is what Sound Juicer displayes and then tries to rip.
Created attachment 523084 [details]
Asunder correctly displaying tracks (for the reference)
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