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You blanked most of the article, you can remove irrelevent trivia without doing that. - Deathrocker 10:30, 18 July 2006 (UTC)
I need the rights to change Brandi Carlile's wikipedia page. I am employeed by her management team and they want her page looking good by Monday, this includes allowing me to modify each section and upload a new photograph. - Spence2383 12:40, 30 March 2007

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Wikiproject[edit]

Hi, I noticed you signed up as a contributor to the Indie Music Wikiproject. However, it has been inactive for over a year and it has since been replaced by Wikipedia:WikiProject Alternative music. If you wish to contribute you can list yourself as a participant. WesleyDodds 23:53, 10 August 2006 (UTC)

Animorphs[edit]

Since the disclosure of Jake's last name is a spoiler, should it be made a soft redirect such as Darth Sidious's page?--Lkjhgfdsa 22:12, 16 August 2006 (UTC)

A soft redirect from Jake (Animorphs)? Yeah, I think that's a great idea, seeing as how most of the article is spoiler anyway. --EndlessVince 01:37, 17 August 2006 (UTC)

About Floater[edit]

I was thinking about removing the page for their discography, and instead putting the album names and years on their main page, and giving each album its own article.

Seems to make more sense to me, rather than having one big article for the entire discography.

Please leave me some input. Bearingbreaker92 23:45, 17 August 2006 (UTC)

I did kind of what they did for Nirvana's discography. Granted, it's not as polished, but that's kind of what I was thinking. The point was just to cut the information from Floater's article that didn't really belong here (i.e. Track listings). If you feel doing it your way will work out better, you have my blessing. I just don't want to see dead links for albums, or track lists on the main article. --EndlessVince 01:02, 18 August 2006 (UTC)

Deathrocker[edit]

It is highly debatable if that band play that style of music (compare them to any of the other bands in the genre, they have nothing to do with them or their style).. it needs to be emphasised that they are not somehow part of that scene or even accepted amongst it, rather they are among the metalcore, post hardcore and other Warped Tour affilated bands and fan bases. Also some anon keeps vandalising the article changing their genre to things that don't exist, not sure why. - Deathrocker 02:51, 23 September 2006 (UTC)

There is no rule as to how an editor keeps their talkpage, read the policy. It says "some choose to delete". I archive the interesting/useful ones I may need at a later date and delete the rest once read. - Deathrocker 08:10, 15 October 2006 (UTC)

7-Year Bitch[edit]

The short of it: no, plenty of the early 90s punk scene in Seattle had little or nothing to do with grunge. It was a very diverse musical scene, even if you stay more or less within the punk-influenced. The Fastbacks were pop-punk, The Squirrels even poppier but with undeniable punk influences; Gas Huffer's punk had a strong influence from rockabilly; The Fartz were just plain hardcore. There were probably 75-100 good working bands with punk influences, and another 75-100 other first-rate bands in town (among the notable non-punks were Presidents of the United States of America, Sir Mix-a-Lot, Amy Denio, Skerik, Sky Cries Mary). The Gits and 7 Year Bitch were definitely punk, but they weren't grunge. At the time, no one who was into "classifying" bands called 7 Year Bitch "grunge": they had to fend off the riot grrl label, a scene they respected but did not feel part of.

7 Year Bitch owe more musically to The Gits than to anyone else, and although The Gits were based in Seattle, they were basically a transplanted Ohio band.

I have much basis to know what I'm talking about; I'm willing to explain by email, but not to post publicly. You apparently don't accept Wikipedia email, but feel free to email me and I will write back. -- Jmabel | Talk 04:30, 26 September 2006 (UTC)

Smoosh[edit]

You added the "original research" tag to Smoosh. I've gotten rid of the few statements I think were at all dubious, and cited for almost (but not quite) everything in the article. Do you think it still needs the tag? - Jmabel | Talk 06:47, 16 November 2006 (UTC)

WikiProject Rock music invitation[edit]

Hello WikiProject Alternative music member.
WikiProject Alternative music, in my eyes, has proved to be successful "improving the encyclopaedic coverage of articles relating to alternative rock", and improving their quality as well. One specific example I have witnessed is The Smashing Pumpkins article. The page has gone from a mediocre work, to GA status, to FA nomination. Only appropriate, as the Pumpkins are undeniably one of the most influential alternative rock bands on the 1990's and beyond.
This is the stuff I wish to achieve with the somewhat recently ressurected WikiProject Rock music. I hope to also attract attention to rock music articles of all sorts, and hopefully change some to GA or FA status. I invite you to come join us, and not only be a member of alternative Wikipedians, but the rockin' ones as well.
Rock on.
-- Reaper X 03:10, 18 February 2007 (UTC)

WikiProject Alternative music and sources[edit]

As part of the Alternative music WikiProject, we're gathering a list of sources on this page. Could you take a look and perhaps add any written references you have access to? Thanks! CloudNine 10:00, 8 April 2007 (UTC)

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Based on your edits, I figured you might be interested in contributing to this conversation. Thanks. --lincalinca 10:24, 11 October 2007 (UTC)

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"I still have people come up to me like, 'I really, really liked your last record.' 'Oh, thanks!' 'Are you going to do "Loser" tonight?' I'm like, 'Look, I'm six foot six. Beck is five foot sex, all right?'"- Thurston Moore
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"I've gotten into communication states with cats where I know I heard their voices in my head and we'd sit around and have conversations with each other. Like me and one cat there, one cat there and one cat there and I would sit there for like three hours talking to them before I realized 'I can't believe I've been talking to cats for three hours.'" - John Frusciante
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"Oh, we've been called an alternative band before. But we eat meat, so I think we're disqualified: chili dogs, corn dogs, Jimmy Dean Sausage Breakfast."- Kurt Cobain
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"And suddenly the plane dropped to the right, then to the left, and the ground was right there. And all I could think was, Fuck, I didn’t finish "Fix You." That would have been my last thought: I didn’t get that chorus right."- Chris Martin
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"When we were trying to sell 'This Corrosion' to Steinmen, we said it was like the high point of a Borgia disco evening and he went for it. Nobody makes gloriously stupid records anymore."- Andrew Eldritch
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"Anthony's a sex symbol. You see the thing is for the girls they're like 'oh Anthony he's so beautiful! And his muscles and his hair and oh golly he's so sexy!' but with me its like [with men] 'DUDE YOU'RE SO AWESOME...WOW DUDE. WOW!" - Flea
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"I got a lot of shit for the Rolling Stone review of Reckoning because the guy really likes my guitar style and he wrote, 'on this record, Pete Buck does everything.' We'd stop for gas and it would be, 'Pete Buck does everything. Why don't you go pump the gas, Pete?'" - Peter Buck
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"The other day I had these Jehovah's Witnesses come round to my house, and they tried to convince me that the Pope was the Devil's representative on Earth. So I told them that Jesus was the world's first communist. So they left. They were genuinely enraged.'" - Ian Brown
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"Well, I remember hearing girls behind me in English class talking about turning 18 and being old enough to strip. It wasn't that weird at the time.'" - Brandon Flowers
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"The only confusion was, I think we all thought they were women. Kim was obviously a woman, but they all had this shaved-headed, pretty, soft look. And there were lots of lesbian bands at the time, and we always got booked with them, so we just thought the Pixies were another, like maybe they were like angry divorcees or somthing that formed a band.'" - Kristin Hersh
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"I rip off more fuckin' people than anyone in the world. I rip off my own rip-offs." - Jared Followill
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WikiProject Alternative Music Newsletter for August 2009[edit]

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"We've been having lots of sex, and we're pregnant with the new baby already. It's vicious! It will have claws, like Freddy Kruger's lovechild.'" - Tom Meighan
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