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Search Rules

This search engine helps you find documents on this website.
Here's how it works: you tell the search service what you're looking for by typing in keywords, phrases, or questions in the search box.
The search service responds by giving you a list of all the Web pages in our index relating to those topics. The most relevant content will appear at the top of your results.

How To Use:

  1. Type your keywords in the search box.
  2. Press the search button to start your search.

Tip: Don't worry if you find a large number of results. In fact, use more than a couple of words when searching. Even though the number of results will be large, the most relevant content will always appear at the top of the result pages.

Simple Tips for More Exact Searches

Searches are case insensitive. Searching for "MOODY" will match the lowercase "moody" and uppercase "MOODY".
Accent sensitivity relates to Latin characters like .

  • Match ANY search word (Boolean OR)
    Search for pages which contain AT LEAST ONE of the given search terms. The results will be sorted in order of the number of terms matched, and the determined relevancy score. Click the "match any search word" radio button to enable this search option.
     
  • Match ALL search word (Boolean AND)
    Search for pages which contain ALL of the given search terms. The results will be sorted in order of the number of terms matched, and the determined relevancy score. Click the "match all search word" radio button to enable this search option.
     
  • Wildcard searches
    You can use wildcard characters '*' and '?' in your search terms to search for multiple words and return larger set of results. An asterisk character ('*') in a search term represents any number of characters, while a question mark ('?') represents any single character.
    This allows you to perform advanced searches such as "lov*" which would return all pages containing words beginning with "lov", like love, loving or lovin'.
    Similarly, "L??e" would return all pages containing four letter words beginning with 'L' and ending with 'e', e.g. Love and Late.
     
  • Exact phrase searches
    An exact phrase search returns results where the phrase of words are found, in the same order that they are specified.
    For example, an exact phrase search for the words "moody blue" would only return results where the phrase 'moody blue' appears. It would not return pages where the words 'blue' and 'moody' are found separately, or in a different order such as, 'blue moody'.

    To specify an exact phrase search term, you need to enclose the words that form the phrase using double quotation marks.
    You can also combine the use of exact phrase searches with normal search terms and wildcard search terms within a single search query (eg. "moody blue" japan*). Note however, that wildcards within exact phrases (eg. "moody bl*") are not supported.
     
  • Exclusion/negative searches
    You can precede a search term with a hyphen character to exclude that search term from being included in your search results. For example, a search for "vegas -august" would return all pages containing the word "vegas" but not the word "august".
     
  • Skip words
    Note that some common words such as "the", "and", "or" may be deemed to be skip words and ignored by the search.
     
  • Category searches
    You can restrict your searches to a specific category by choosing a defined category from the selection box.

    Defined categories are:
     
    All Search the whole website, includes all categories.
    RCA Find all CDs by the official right holder (RCA / BMG / Sony). Includes also the categorie FTD
    FTD CDs by the official Follow That Dream label, Also included in the RCA categorie
    Bootleg All bootleg CDs.
    Promo Official promotional CDs and CD-R. Partly also included in the RCA categorie.
    Collection CD collections. Party also in included in the RCA categorie.
    Fanclub All CDs published by Elvis fan clubs.