There is a song titled "Johnny's Odyssey" in Mac Demarco's album "Salad Days". The actual title of the song does not have that extra h in Jonny. In other words, the actual, official title is "Jonny's Odyssey".
Another mistitled song. "Friday On My Mind" by the Easybeats was shown as "Tryin' So Hard". I noticed it once then then the next time I heard the song it had the correct title. Seems the song is on two different albums and when you play it from the Good Friday album, it has the correct title but when you play the one from the It's 2 Easy album it has the wrong title.
Tyr: By the Light of the Northern Star. Issue begins with track 4. Track 4 (Northern Gate) seems to be missing. Audio content is Track 5. This issue repeats for the remainder of the album (T4=T5, T5=T6, T6=T7, T7=T8, T8=T9, T9=T9) with the last two tracks being identical.
I would have never even really noticed this except I REALLY wanted to know what the lyrics to Northern Gate were. Except it wasn't Northern Gate I was listening to. It was Turio Torkilsdottir.
Artist: Blood for Blood
Album title: Wasted Youth Brew
Listed song title: The Stain
Correct song title: The Strain
References (it's track 13 in each case):
Are you referring to this album? If so, I think I see the problem; figuring out The Easybeats track names is like earning a degree in quantum physics.
There are releases, re-releases decades later, reissues, B sides, and conflicting information, depending on which website you look at. For example, Allmusic lists tracks 19 and 20 the same way Pandora does (Friday on My Mind / Tryin' so Hard) (sic).
When I managed to find an actual image of the back album cover (again, assuming this is even the correct album), the track names for 19 and 20 are indeed Trying So Hard and Friday On My Mind.
Unless, of course, they botched the album cover itself.