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The following comes from the old page (764-Hero)
I will try my own hand at solving this. It seems relativly simple.
Help this page!
This page contradicts itself because I know nothing about the band. The two articles disagreed about the order of their albums (for instanse, We're Solids. Does it exist? Is it number two? I have left such contradictions IN and the article is very rough, though I tried to integrate the first paragraph. If you are reading this and are a fan, please edit the page to make it accurate. Thanks! Avraham 22:43, 6 April 2006 (UTC)
We're Solids does exist and was released before Get Here and Stay. I currently see no contradiction because We're Solids is listed in the article as an EP while Get Here and Stay is listed as the band's second "full-length" album.
Attempt at clean-up
I changed the part at the beginning about 764-HERO being an "emo" band. They never identified themselves as such, and if you look at bands that share similar influences like Modest Mouse or Built to Spill, it's obvious those bands aren't "emo" bands. I changed it to "Indie rock." If you disagree, then I suggest we have a civilized discussion about it. Admittedly, I have never made a change on Wikipedia before, so if I went about this in the wrong way, please let me know. Favorable5 (talk) 10:32, 7 May 2011 (UTC)