Talk:Got Live If You Want It! (EP)

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Does this EP really use this idiosyncratic capitalisation, or is that just how it's rendered on the cover? All Music Guide has Got Live If You Want It!. Flowerparty 00:46, 21 April 2006 (UTC)

It seems to me that the lowercase letters are just a stylistic choice for the cover, so this article should either be at Got Live If You Want It! (EP) or possibly Got LIVE If You Want It! (EP), and the album should be titled similarly (currently it's at Got Live if You Want It!, but I'm pretty sure "If" should have a capital "I" in titles). — sjorford++ 21:29, 1 September 2006 (UTC)

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