Talk:Adult album alternative

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Too North-American-centric[edit]

Shouldn't the article (and the ones for the other "radio formats" at least mention that the concept is largely specific to North America, or even just the US? TorLillqvist (talk) 13:46, 16 December 2009 (UTC)

Lists, lists, and more lists[edit]

Ok, someone added a whole lot more artists to this than really needed...we really just need a few example artists, not a whole AAA playlist...

[[User:JonMoore|—JonMoore 20:24, 29 May 2006 (UTC)]] 20:23, 26 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Any chance you still have that list around? I am interested.

User:Jedaniel 17:49, 7 Aug 2005 (UTC)

It's in the history. Look around the timestamp of the 29 May 2006 message.
That said, the same problem presents itself now with the gargantuan list of radio stations. Why on earth can't that and the artist list alike be dealt with in through categories? It's nigh-impossible to craft a complete list of these stations and artists, and maintenance is difficult as well. If a station changes format, the user that updates that station's article is not particularly likely to follow through and remove it from here. Need to go back to the concept of using prose and good examples instead of gigantic, unmaintainable, perpetually incomplete lists. MrZaiustalk 20:16, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

A repeat[edit]

In the 4th paragraph, it says that MediaBase 24/7 has a Triple-A chart.
Then at the very end of that paragraph, it says it again by saying that MediaBase also has a Triple A chart.
Should it be deleted? It seems as if the person, who published this paragraph, tried to repeat a fact over again just to make this page wordy.
DominiquesMusic (talk) 23:17, 13 June 2012 (UTC)DominiquesMusic