I can replicate it. From a technical standpoint, what I can see is that the front-end only requests playcounts for 15 of the 30+ tracks, and this one (Rama Riddim) isn’t one of them. Not sure why that is, but clearly a bug.
thanks - maybe from the @Uploaders side someone could look to see if any data is missing? This label has a bunch of tracks for whom if you visit their ALBUM page it says undefined (in the url), maybe something has to be re-saved?
Uploader here. I’m taking a look right now on the upload dashboard. I managed to bring up the “Work That” track on the dashboard (copying its ID from the player to find it) and it seems fine as far as I can see.
I would take a look at the release itself, but I’m not sure how I can find it in the dashboard other than browsing manually through the 3000+ releases I have access to (and the URL on the dashboard uses a kind of ID or hash, and the player uses the release name in its URL).
I reproduced the same issue (track play is logged on the track page, not on the label page) playing the track Brown Skin, which is from another album listed under “Various Artists” on that label.
If you hover over the album artwork on the Label page, it sends to this URL.
If you hover over the album title on the Label page, it sends to this similar URL (but slightly different). The 4300 in the URL seems to be the “user ID” (I assume) for Yoncia (the artist for the first track on the album).
I did a quick’n’dirty search on the releases on the upload dashboard for Rama Riddim - the album’s name. Did a ctrl+f on each page, basically - might’ve missed it, but I couldn’t find it (by name, at least). Is that normal?
Anyway, it seem like while there has already been discussion (philosophically and practically) about what to do about the compilation albums, the fact that they’re essentially undiscoverable is also something that should be addressed, and probably separately.