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Uh.. what neutrality is there to dispute? Why was this even added?
Yeah, big mystery to me too. Until someone can substantially figure something to dispute, regarding neutrality, and specify it, I will remove the neutrality flag. Samrolken 02:52, 27 Jun 2005 (UTC)
- There's lots to dispute. "He is known for his ability to cross-genres while sharing pure and honest music." "With an organic sound and folksy roots, this album is poignantly emotional." "Aparo released The American-- a bold and atmospheric statement with thoughtful lyrics, soaring choruses, and songs that highlight his range." ". . . while still maintaning his everpresent organic roots and showcasing his soaring and powerful tenor."
- These bits need to be rewritten in an encyclopedic tone or else given context (As in, "Rolling Stone reports that he is known for his ability to cross genres while sharing pure and honest music.") In short, the article sounds like it was written by his press agent. — BrianSmithson 03:43, 14 July 2006 (UTC)
I think I made it NPOV. I'm certainly neutral on the topic at least. -22.214.171.124 01:27, 23 July 2006 (UTC)