Songs without cover art should have generic music icons

Bug #931558 reported by Satchit Bhogle on 2012-02-13
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Bug Description

OS: Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric stable 32-bit
Application: unity 4.28.0, rhythmbox-scope 0.1-0~12~oneiric1

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I have a number of songs that don't have cover art. They are represented by ugly blank file icons (the screenshot shows the Faenza-Ambiance icon set, but this can be seen with ubuntu-mono-dark as well). Instead, such songs which don't have cover art should be represented by a music icon, possibly the icon for MP3s. This also more clearly communicates that these are music files.

Albums without cover art should also have a separate icon, to differentiate them from songs.

This has been tested with both Banshee and the experimental package for Rhythmbox by Mark Tully.

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