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Actually, I think that it would be nice not only if an
entire album could be encoded as a single MP3 file but if
grip treated the general case of joining arbitrary track
sequences (say, 4, 5 and 6) as one track.

In that case, the value of the %-substitution of the name of
the track could be the concatenation of the names of the
tracks joined.

This would be extremely convenient for studio CDs like the
1st release of "Liquid Tension Experiment", which features a
single song split into many tracks.

While grip already has suport for extracting arbitrary
sections of a CD (entered as sectors of the CD), the
particular case where the first sector to extract is the
first sector of one track and the last sector to extract is
the last sector of a given track is worth being implemented.

See http://www.apple.com/itunes/encode.html (in fact
for what I think would be nice to have in grip.