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Hey friend, whats up? Well... I have a wish. Please don't delete the references on Mariah Carey discography article. These are the real promotional singles with real references. The tables were corrected to 10 charts and certificates too. This article needed changes and updates. It's a beautiful and correct article now. Please help me make this even better. But don't change as before - was ugly and wrong. Thanks! Carpe Diem friend =D
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I saw your recent edit to Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary, I thought you examined all references with a fine tooth comb but I was proved wrong, the reference to included R&B came from this website http://www.sbindependent.org/unapologetic-rihanna-should-apologize/ and it stated this comment (see below in bold):
"It seems Rihanna tried too hard to challenge herself by straying away from the pop sound that made her famous. I respect her for thinking outside the proverbial box, but there are ways to step outside this box and still come up with good music. The album had moments of dark R&B (“Love Without a Tragedy”) seemed lost and lacked cohesion coming after a skanky, glorified strip-club anthem (“Pour it Out.”) To pay the songstress a compliment, I will say her recent ‘SNL’ performance was quite good and a remarkable change from her usual sloppy, one-note live performances. Plus, her references to ‘Seapunk’ and retro HTML graphics was visual euphoria. Rihanna, I love you for being the driven Barbados bombshell you are, but it’s time to give your fan base what they deserve – combustible clubby chart-toppers rather than dull, dark attempts at R&B."
Albeit it calls the song "Love Without a Tragedy" (I highly doubt we should argue over an extra letter or half a title, after all some people call "Vision of Love" "Visions of Love" or just shorten "We Ride (I See The Future) simply as "We Ride") the author is still referring to "Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary" and it should be included too.