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I sort of feel like it would be silly to create a seperate page for each little Bob side-project, it'll just end up being needlessly diffuse and confusing for the newcomer if there's a seperate page for Airport 5, Go Back Snowball, Lifeguards, Keene Bros., etc... The Bob Pollard page is a work-in-progress and I'm planning on creating an complete "extended" discography there covering all the side-projects/pseudonyms/fake bands. For that reason I'm suggesting mergeing this with the main Bob article. Thoughts? Anazgnos 09:15, 25 June 2006 (UTC)
Certainly we shouldn't have a page for each of his "bands" (there are literally hundreds if you count Suitcase aliases), but I think Airport 5 might deserve a separate page because it's a collaboration with another established artist. I mean, why wouldn't we merge to Tobin Sprout instead? — brighterorange (talk) 16:37, 27 June 2006 (UTC)