Why is there an exclamation point after an album I added?

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LTSings



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  • Posted: 04/15/2022 07:30
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I added the upcoming release "Reflections" by Sylvia Bennett. It's on this page? https://www.besteveralbums.com/added_al...amp;page=3

Why is there a red exclamation point after the title? And when I hover over the exclamation point, I see the word "suspect". What is suspect about it? I assure you this is a real upcoming release.
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  • Posted: 04/15/2022 08:20
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Hi, sorry this isn't a bit clearer. All future releases on BEA are flagged as suspect until the day of release as the album doesn't really exist until it comes out (unless it has been leaked). The suspect indicator will automatically disappear on the day of release.
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  • Posted: 04/15/2022 16:23
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Oh, OK. Thanks for explaining.
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