Talk:Attention Deficit (album)

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Colon[edit]

I see this was moved this weekend from "Attention: Deficit" to "Attention Deficit (album)". I see that on the album cover there's no colon, but many retailers still have one. Any idea when this was dropped from the name, or what's up with it?-- Patrick {oѺ} 20:47, 2 November 2009 (UTC)

Nam June Paik[edit]

Can anyone find a source to say that the image on the album cover is from Nam June Paik's sculpture Electronic Superhighway down at the National Museum of American History? I'm pretty sure that's the case, and that its Kentucky and Tennessee he's in front of, but don't see any report about it, so I'm hesitating to add that fact before we can get one. Once we have one, we might think of using the one image of the sculpture that's managed to stay on Wikipedia here for context. I doubt you could use a fuller image of the sculpture for copyright reasons.-- Patrick {oѺ} 00:07, 3 November 2009 (UTC)

Something I noticed[edit]

The beat for "Mama Told Me" is just a slightly altered version of "Shit Popped Off" by T.I. (made for Dr. Dre's Detox) and the beat for "Beautiful Bliss" is just a slightly altered version of "Theme Music to a Drive-By" by Lupe Fiasco. Anyway we could incorporate that into the article, like in a samples section on the tracklist or something?

______________ Hey, dudes! Isn't the track "Shades" produced by 9th Wonder? (see: http://www.lastfm.de/music/Wale/_/Shades+ft.+Chrisette+Michele+%28prod.+by+9th+Wonder%29) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 77.12.214.124 (talk) 18:58, 7 November 2009 (UTC)