Steps to reproduce:
My example is while searching “the poem of nuestra signora”, this is a pretty straightforward album title, and it's an unique combination, no other entity have the same name.
As in the search result shown in the screenshot, Google's top 4 results are from discogs.com, rateyourmusic.com (two music databases), Amazon and aquariusagerecords.com (sites selling this album), this is accurate and expected.
However in Kagi, The first result is somehow from posts.org (which is the 5th in Google after image results), only matches “nuestra signora” in the search phrase, and the third one is from Tripadvisor, matches the phrase with two separated parts of random addresses.
My guess is Kagi might took the “poem” from the search phrase and interprets this search as an intention of searching something related to poems (results in bumping the result from poet.org), but in anyways I think the discogs.com and rateyourmusic.com result should be the obvious best matches.
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