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It is notable; it has been reviewed by AllMusic, a notable publication, and appears in several books – do a Google Books search. Lachlan Foley 16:12, 1 May 2013 (UTC)

May 2013[edit]

You keep on reverting The Scream, Join Hands and Juju where as new reviews and productive changes were added and explained. Stop reverting me please. Please refrain from deleting content you do not agree with, as you did to these articles. Disruptive genre-related edits made to suit your own point of view are considered disruptive. Carliertwo (talk) 10:32, 5 May 2013 (UTC)

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Juju[edit]

Your behaviour on Juju is wp:vandalism: stop reverting please. I already warned you in May on your page. I had to re-add once again Sounds'review!!! and revert a blog review that was not a wp:reliable source. And finally, as this lp is mainly considered as post-punk (see the review of Allmusic here), we have to revert the other content which was wp:undue. Carliertwo (talk) 15:17, 4 June 2013 (UTC)

a) I wrote here that Piero Scaruffi is a blog: it's not considered as a wp:reliable source. Make research: this has already been discussed many times on WP.
b) I first included a review of this famous paper that is Sounds (magazine) on 3 May 2013. I counted your edits: you reverted this sounds review three times, first on 5 May, (see here)], and once again on 5 May, (see here) and finally 2 June, (see here). This is wp:vandalism. Are you lazy, is it too much to ask to read other people's contributions before to click on the button "undo", seriously! Don't ever do this again! Discuss on the talk page when you disagree but stop reverting. Your edits are wp:disruptive.
c) The manual of Style of an album doesn't encourage half-baked propositions like naming a section: genre connection. You don't respect wp:neutral point of view in this case. Read the professionnal Juju reviews written by Allmusic (read here), Sounds (magazine) (read here) and The Guardian (read 3). You'll see that this genre you desesperate to connect this LP with, is not mentionned once. Allmusic qualified this Lp as "a post-punk classic" and onky with this term, they didn't write a gothic classic. You always have to wp:STICKTOSOURCE, if you don't it is wp:orginal research. Regarding the parts you added from Paytress's biography, it's far too long and there are not from professionnal critics. Chainsaw is not a writer: he's like Piero Scaruffi. Who cares of what he's saying. He's not a critic. Same remark for Phil Oakey. Chainsaw and Phil Oakey opinions should not be worked into an article about Juju- they haven't made any dent into their career or critical credibility, their opinions mean nothing. As compared to the other opinions out there that say "this lp is post-punk". These two persons are no where the others - which is all that should be included. A marginal opinion is definitely notable for inclusion, if the source is reliable - and if the article is avoiding any issues with undue weight, which is my issue here. The article should establish post-punk a the main genre.Carliertwo (talk) 16:11, 6 June 2013 (UTC)

Discogs[edit]

In the totality of album articles across WP, I looked at a random sample of 10 articles from Category:FA-Class Album articles, Discogs is never put at the bottom of the page in external links. I note that you have never given a single valiod reason for adding this Discogs site. Wikipedia article about Discogs says in the lead users are continually adding previously unlisted releases to the site over time: this means that Discogs is a non-professionnal site. Therefore, it hasn't got its place on a wiki article. Carliertwo (talk) 15:41, 4 June 2013 (UTC)

  • Discogs is not approved by a very large majority of WP users in a discussion: Read here. This is my Last Warning: don't even try to make me waste my time anymore by pushing this once again or there'll will be sanctions. Your agressive behaviour has to stop. Be polite and cite guidelines when you disagree, you don't seem to know them, wp:reliable source for instance. Carliertwo (talk) 15:21, 6 June 2013 (UTC)

To answer your questions[edit]

Re this edit summary There are times to create redlinks and I figured that these topics could have articles someday, so I linked them. Do you disagree? I don't know anything about using "and" in infoboxes, but I don't know why we wouldn't. I remove excess spacing because it makes it more intelligible in my browser window. If you want to respond, please let me know with {{tb}} or write on my talk. —Justin (koavf)TCM 13:38, 5 June 2013 (UTC)

I think if we use "and" in one infobox parameter then we must use it in all parameters to be indiscriminate, including even the genre parameter. Personally I am opposed to that, and I think it would make more sense for Wikipedia to treat these fields as lists and use semicolons instead of commas to seperate list items, but for now, commas are next best. Lachlan Foley 22:50, 5 June 2013 (UTC)
Separators Why would we separate list items with semicolons? —Justin (koavf)TCM 22:52, 5 June 2013 (UTC)
It is my understanding that semicolons are more appropriate than commas in basic, threadbare lists with no prose; I could be wrong Lachlan Foley 22:58, 5 June 2013 (UTC)

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Pornographyv review[edit]

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Christian Death[edit]

Hello! Yes, I'm afraid gothic rock is indeed a subgenre of alternative rock. If you look at the Wikipedia page for gothic rock, it will explain. Furthermore, Christian Death is under the Wikiproject Alternative music, of which I am a member. We at the project take care of articles related to alternative rock, which is why I added Category:American alternative rock bands. Given that critical sources state gothic rock's alternativeness, I ask you to please not revert my edit. If you would like further explanation, you can check goth rock's page at Allmusic, or consult the members at the Wikiproject. Thanks! Sbrianhicks (talk) 16:17, 25 July 2013 (UTC)

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