Talk:Grand Analog

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External links[edit]

Per WP:EL provisions around linkfarming, the external links section of an article is meant only for the one or two most directly relevant and band-specific webpages, generally meaning the band's official website and/or MySpace page and nothing else. Interviews with and articles about the band in media outlets can be cited as references where appropriate, but are not suitable as plain, uncontextualized external links.

The following links may be readded as references for article content, but are not appropriate ELs:

In fact, two of these four links (USGS and Eye Weekly) are already present in the article as references, meaning that there would be no need to repeat them as ELs regardless. Bearcat (talk) 18:44, 27 May 2009 (UTC)