@eric , @Ratbert
I’m running the latest version of Roon, installed on Windows 10/1803, Acer Laptop with 6 GB RAM.
I noticed this kind of Roon behaviour several times ago (with different albums) when I had stored all my music on a QNAP NAS system. This ACER Laptop is used as Roon core as well a Roon client.
At the present time all my music is stored on the LOCAL HARD DISK (512 GB SSD) of my laptop. I’m using the NAS system as a backup only.
I deleted OTHER TRAKCS of the album before seeing the LAST track repeated four times.
It seemed that every deletion of an album track produced MORE copies of the last track to show up.
I did not try to delete one of the multiple last entries, i.e., I did not try to delete a “displayed copy/version” of the last track "“Tonight’s The Night” from my Roon library. I just tried to “refresh” the Ropon album display manually but without success. Of course, there is only ONE VERSION/COPY of the last track on my hard disk so it is a Roon database/display refresh problem only. The file system is completely OK!
As I said before: There is no entry in the “Settings->library->cleanup” menu presented. So nothing to do for me using this kind of cleanup utility. I tried the “rescan album menu item” but also without any success.
Only RESTARTING Roon cleaned up up the album display (screensho #2). So I have a work around for the problem but this work around is cumbersome…