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February 2014[edit]

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Image of DVD cover[edit]

Dear user, I think the image of the DVD cover you have been repeatedly removing from the home media section of the article toy story 3 justifies its use in the section. Even as per the page of which you gave me the link the image justifies its place in the article. It is inserted to illustrate a section in the article entirely dedicated to the DVD. The cover art is there to illustrate the DVD, as the topic of discussion in the section. It is used just as the movie poster or the cover of the soundtrack album for the film. They too do not help the audience understand more about there object, they are just to serve as a visual identification of the object discussed. The same is the case here. If you think the image here should be removed , then remove the other two too. But that will not be appropriate. You might say that the poster serves as visual identifier of the main article subject so it justifies. But what about the soundtrack album cover? The DVD is discussed on at least as much as that if not more. Still there is a place in the soundtrack album infobox used there for the pic. As such it is allowed. The same way this image is also allowed. Anyways it does not really matter to me whether the image is present in the article or not. It will just be better if it is there. Anyways, i just hope this won't affect our relations and that we will remain friendly wahtever consensus develops over this between us. :) — Preceding unsigned comment added by King Of The Wise (talkcontribs) 17:13, 25 February 2014 (UTC)

Viva la Vida[edit]

User:Flat Out undid back to dance-pop and alternative dance in the infobox, which were does not mention from any sources. Under 'Composition' section says the song being labeled as "baroque pop" and "chamber pop" from sourced, that means baroque pop as a genre. 183.171.178.239 (talk) 00:40, 26 February 2014 (UTC)

I have no view on the genre, thanks for opening up discussion. Allmusic is a good place to start looking for a reliable source. Flat Out let's discuss it 01:34, 26 February 2014 (UTC)

Crimson Peak[edit]

Hey, not trying to argue, just trying to understand, but you stated that "per WP:RS,& WP:SUBJECTIVE we need third-party sources not related to the production", how is Collider not a reliable source? I've seen them used and have used them in numerous articles. And if it's a quote straight from the director, writer and producers mouth, why then not put it? LADY LOTUSTALK 12:33, 26 February 2014 (UTC)

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March 2014[edit]

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Only Girl (in the World)[edit]

Can you figure it out? Entertainment Weekly says "Europop dance cut".[1] (So what do I choose, Europop or Eurodance? But it was refused.) There's Pitchfork says "an electro take on "Funkytown"-style riffing on the verses, Euro-pop catharsis everywhere else-- moves "Only Girl" into classic disco territory, which is a nice relief from modern dance pop's congested take on four-to-the-floor thump." [2] 183.171.179.244 (talk) 07:56, 14 March 2014 (UTC)

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Summertime Sadness genre[edit]

Before reverting the article again, please consider my perspective on the song's genres. I have initiated dialogue before with you on Born to Die (Lana Del Rey album) for this precise reason. I beg of you to do me the honor again: Talk:Summertime Sadness#Genre. Clearly we feel strongly about the proper labeling of genres and Lana Del Rey. I respect that you want what is best for the article. As do I. Thank you. --Thevampireashlee (talk) 03:00, 24 March 2014 (UTC)

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E.T.[edit]

Hey, I saw there was an issue with the genre for "E.T.". Just for clarification, the Billboard sources says:

Anokute reteamed Perry with serial hitmakers Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald and Max Martin, who made sure "Teenage Dream" bounced as much as rocked. "Katy definitely knows what she wants and doesn't want," says Gottwald, whose five credited songs include "Gurls," "Teenage Dream" and the celestial hip-hop track "E.T.," which he'd originally intended for Three 6 Mafia. "She has an amazing voice, great taste and she makes great videos. It's nice to work with an artist who can deliver your music so well."

Taken from [3]. Hope this helps solved this little misunderstanding :) Giacobbe talk 15:20, 7 April 2014 (UTC)

Stars Dance[edit]

Just for clarification, Allmusic reviewer does not mention the album is electronic, then electronic which came from genre sidebar. 183.171.176.158 (talk) 03:25, 9 April 2014 (UTC)

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Scott Pilgrim[edit]

I completely see where you're coming from with your revert, don't get me wrong. However, BFI is an extremely reliable source when it comes to a film's nationality, and it's not like they just make things up, especially considering that the infobox film template says:

"For reasons explained below preference is given to reliable databases like BFI, AFI, or Variety."

I understand, Dentsu isn't a major company involved with the filming. But if BFI lists it as a co-production of the UK, the U.S., and Japan, that should be reflected. For instanced, FA Dredd is listed as being "a South African/British co-production". However, its production companies are British, American, and Indian. This is because the film itself states that it is a production of the United Kingdom and South Africa (where filming occurred).

Basically, the fact that BFI calls the film a co-production of those countries makes it a very reliable source saying that's so. Corvoe (speak to me) 16:29, 13 April 2014 (UTC)

Black Sabbath[edit]

You're welcome - I do a lot of copy-editing! Eugene-elgato (talk) 18:33, 13 April 2014 (UTC)

Red Lights (song)[edit]

Can you removed genre with unreliable sources that JayJ47 added? Thanks.

P.S. If User:JayJ47 did it again with unreliable sources. 183.171.179.230 (talk) 15:43, 15 April 2014 (UTC)

Genres in Music Articles[edit]

hi. Can you suggest what sources are best for verifying the genres of songs? It's not very helpful if editors keep removing genres without suggesting which sources are best to back-up the genres of songs. Also, this need to reference the genres of songs seems to be a relatively recent development on wikipedia, so if this is the case, you or someone else should make this known in the article guidelines for record charts and also provide examples of what references can be used to verify the genres of songs. JayJ47 (talk) 04:15, 16 April 2014 (UTC)

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Unconditionally[edit]

It was User:Lil-unique1's fault, it's not fair. He added electronic music in the infobox that he told the introduction is electronic, which it says "minimalist electronic production", but I think electronic music is not the song's genre because is talking about production, and Muumuse is a blog (where it says power pop), and electronic dance music has no citation. 183.171.179.107 (talk) 15:23, 18 April 2014 (UTC)

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