|WikiProject Pop music|
|WikiProject Russia / Performing arts||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
Damn, just recently it seems that external links in editing comments are auto-removed. Well then I'll tell here in short: I changed "Koroleva" to "Korolyova" because this is the spelling this actress uses too: Natasha Korolyova on IMDb It makes more sense as it lowers the chances of mispronouncing the surname. -andy 18.104.22.168 (talk) 21:22, 24 March 2008 (UTC)
I'm new here, but shouldn't have to edit this. Just want to add a comment. The article was copied from a webpage written by myself. Okay. I have no problem with it being here, but it should be known that there was no fact checking, spell checking, or verification process when creating this article. The story was created in January 2008 using several articles. My page contains a disclaimer that was not included in the article on Wikipedia. "This article was compiled,written, and translated from many sources by cleaverb, on January 8, 2008." The reason for my story was that there were bits and pieces of the Blestyashchie story
found online, but most articles did not go beyond the year 2005.
I am, at best, a rudimentary creator . The information was taken from articles written in Russian language, translated by me, and posted to cleaverb.com . Subsequently posted to cleaverb.net . My articles contain pictures of group members and a discography .
Should state that the articles used for this story are located at urls:
http://www.peoples.ru/art/music/pop/blestyashie/history1.html , http://www.starslife.ru/tags/blestyashie/ , http://www.netkniga.ru/russian_pop_stars/blestyashie.htm , http://blest.blest.ru/?id=278 , and http://www.rusradio.ru/news/showbiznes/390737 . Possibly more.
Have been listening to Blestyashchies music for about 4 years.
I am no expert on either the group, or the Russian language. I am a native English speaker, having studied Russian for 4 years. My interpretations should be checked by a native Russian .
The articles were interpreted using an online translator, after
which some content was edited to conform to English language. Although some interpreted sentences were left intact to preserve original content. Okay, well, it's like I just received an award for my hard work, seeing my work on Wikipedia. But the article needs a disclaimer. Cleaverb (talk) 18:26, 5 September 2008 (UTC)