This article is a part of Believe's Audio Content Guidelines.
Soundtracks and scores must include version information in the album title, enclosed in parentheses or brackets.
O.S.T. abbreviation should not be used as an album or song title version for scores, movies, TV, musicals, or video games.
If the tracks are compiled from different soundtracks, each track title must indicate the soundtrack (From “Soundtrack Name”).
Singles from the soundtrack should have the same album and track title in the format Track Title (From “Movie Name”).
Soundtrack remixes must not include the movie title if the track is not from the original soundtrack.
Musicals must reference the year and location of the performance or release. Do not use the word “Original” if the performance is not the initial staging or release of the production.
Music videos taken from musical films must contain a title version that refers to the film such as (From “Name of Film”).