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Give me a break[edit]

I know there is much vandalism here on Wikipedia and I've had to fight with some of this myself, but simply do a search of "Filmtracks" on this very website and you will find nearly a hundred times this website has been referenced within Wikipedia alone. My very fist edit on this page was "a START" for a very good reason. Filmtracks has been one of the leading soundtrack review websites on the web and is long overdue for a Wiki article. I know there is only one source at the moment, but give me more than the fifteen minutes this was up and it might have a bit more! - jg2904 (Talk)

When creating an article you need to show that a website is notable. Thousands of articles are being created every day, many of them are spam to promote personal or business websites. If this particular website is notable, please provide references to show this. If you do not then it is likely to be deleted. Travelbird (talk) 20:36, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
Just how many sources do you require? More will (and have been) coming in as we've had our little chat. I know you're just doing your job preventing spam, but frankly a simple search of this website (either on Google or in Wikipedia) would prove my point of it's relevance. I think this energy could be better spent improving the article rather than deleting one from a user openly knowledgable in the soundtrack field. I will continue to grow this and cite it as more can be gathered and I hope you will remove your recommendation for deletion soon, especially as this is a not-for-profit website and would not greatly benefit from spamming in the first place. - jg2904 (Talk) 20:50, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
That's it. I just found a source on Film Score Monthly by the editor. The page stays. - jg2904 (Talk) 15:34, 28 January 2011 (UTC)