Talk:Blessed Are the Sick

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Hexenhaus[edit]

"Many people confuse the issue of saying Swedish Thrash Metal band, Hexenhaus stole the album cover from Morbid Angel for their album A Tribute to Insanity. However Hexenhaus' album came out in 1988, while this album was released in 1991."

This is worded somewhat awkwardly, and should probably have some citation just to prove its relevance. I understand a lot of music culture misconceptions are hard to cite as they occur in common usage such as on message boards, but this fact seems to be rather irrelevant and needs some way of showing why it is notable. Since it is obvious that the Hexenhaus album came out first and neither band "stole" the artwork from the other, why not just say that both bands used Delville's painting for album covers?--Vlad the Impaler (talk) 07:59, 4 December 2009 (UTC)

I don't think we even need to mention Hexenhaus on this page. Those 2 sentences should just be removed entirely, as this is trivia at best. Unless someone has a good reason to keep it? MrMoustacheMM (talk) 01:29, 6 December 2009 (UTC)

Cleanup?[edit]

Dear Mike Garcia, according to Wikipedia, Cleanup-Needed stands for:

"The cleanup page is a place where articles with problems (ungrammatical, poorly formatted, confusing, etc.) can be listed. Any user can fix or list articles here."

The article is not:

  1. ungrammatical
  2. poorly formatted
  3. confusing

You can say that the article is a Stub, because of its simplicity... but calling it "messy" is mostly wrong. Besides if people have additional information, they can freely add it; all the information now is clear and all the basics are there.

Death Metal or Death metal?[edit]

Dear SpearHead, in this context «Death Metal» is not a sentence: it's a two-worded name for a music style, and names are always capitalized. There's a habit of some wikipedians calling it "Death metal", even in the main article, but we are not talking about a kind of metallic element that causes death, we are talking about a name, so one should write it Death Metal or Deathmetal, not Death metal.

--Richard George 01:14, 16 November 2005 (UTC)

On the contrary: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style_%28capital_letters%29#Musical_genres from WP:MOS. Musical genres are not capitalised. Blackmetalbaz (talk) 12:12, 28 February 2008 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:BlessedAreTheSick.jpg[edit]

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BetacommandBot (talk) 04:55, 12 February 2008 (UTC)