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Whoever tagged appearances of the musical work as "trivia" should read a dictionary definition of trivia. I removed that. Virsingh (talk) 10:23, 17 February 2008 (UTC)
And whoever removed the banner should read Wikipedia's guideline concerning Trivia sections:
Avoid creating lists of miscellaneous facts. A number of articles contain lists of isolated facts, which are often grouped into their own section, labeled "Trivia", "Notes" (not to be confused with "Notes" sections which store footnotes), "Facts", "Miscellanea", "Other information", etc.
Whether you wish to call it trivia or not, the section in question is unencyclopedic. It would be great if somebody could write a few paragraphs about the influence of "Atomic Dog", citing some of those points as examples. But a running tally of instances in which "Atomic Dog" was played on the soundtrack of TV shows and movies? Sorry, but Wikipedia is not an indiscriminate collection of information. — Malik Shabazz (talk·contribs) 21:30, 17 February 2008 (UTC)
Yo! George says love that money. David Spradley will tell you love that music. I heard about how the machine works. Spradley wrote atomic dog. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 23:50, 3 April 2010 (UTC)
David Spradley is one of the only songwriter-members of Parliament-Funkadelic not to have a wiki article, and there is almost nothing about him on the web. His keyboard sounds are excellent, he wrote some huge hits - he's the writer of (most of) this song. Anybody who knows something about him, please enlighten the rest of us and write an article! Most people probably think it's Bernie Worrell on this song, but it ain't.Nimmolo (talk) 19:55, 14 July 2011 (UTC)