Talk:Angus Stone

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Where's the gold?[edit]

I have hidden the following material:

<!-- The album "Broken Brights" has now gone GOLD in Australia with over 40,000 albums sold.<ref>{{cite web|last=The Music Network|first=The Music Network|title=Angus Stone Albums goes Gold|url=http://www.themusicnetwork.com/music-news/artists/2012/09/03/angus-stone-album-goes-gold }}</ref>Note: The previous statement is disputed. The Official ARIA website does not list this album as gold; see http://www.aria.com.au/pages/httpwww.aria.com.aupagesALBUMaccreds2012.htm Accessed on 10 December 2012.-->

According to WP:Charts, the certifying organisation for Australian shipments for albums/singles/DVDs is ARIA. Specifically: the url given in the note above is for albums accredited in 2012. At the time of this date stamp, the year is not over, so it is possible that the album may become gold before year's end but the source is "Current as of 31st October 2012" and does not show Stone's album.

Furthermore the source, supplied by User:Cathyoates talk, does not claim 40,000 albums sold. ARIA awards Gold certificates for shipment of 35,000 units. Until ARIA lists the album as being certified for gold (or higher) this claim should not be visible in the article. If by year's end this has not occurred then the whole hidden segment should be deleted.shaidar cuebiyar (talk) 05:30, 10 December 2012 (UTC)

Possible conflict of interest?[edit]

According to Andrew Murfett, "After seeing an early show, Cathy Oates, an aunt of the Stones and, handily, a former head of marketing at EMI, offered to manage them".source. User:Cathyoates has extensively edited this page and other Stones' related pages. There may be a conflict of interest both as a near relative and a professional representative.shaidar cuebiyar (talk) 23:47, 11 December 2012 (UTC)

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