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As it was not a single and is not significant apart from BSS, it should be merged to the main document. --Fantailfan 15:21, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Keep the assertion that Karn Evil 9 is only significant as part of Brain Salad Surgery is not sustainable. The piece has a distinct life of its own particularly in the live repertore of the group's work. It also appears on numbers of their live albums, evidence of the importance of the composition in the canon of ELP's music. :: Kevinalewis : (Talk Page)/(Desk) 15:31, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Keep even though the song wasn't released as a single, it still received significant airplay on classic rock radio stations. Teemu08 18:09, 23 June 2006 (UTC)
Okee dokee. Sold!--Fantailfan 20:06, 23 June 2006 (UTC)
Names of songs (or tracks) should be punctuated with double quotation marks, e.g. "Abaddon's Bolero," not italicized. Italics should be used only for titles of albums, books, magazines, movies, etc. There are several songs in this article (and perhaps in others like it) that are set in Italics. This should be corrected. See e.g., The Chicago Manual of Style. Gdthayer (talk) 21:46, 26 August 2013 (UTC)