Talk:JKT48 discography and filmography

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Please reorganize singles[edit]

The singles category is a mess at the moment. It should contain only the notable singles they have officially released per http://jkt48.com/discography and the Heavy Rotation album. The promotional sample CDs from December should not count, and can be summarized in the main article. -AngusWOOF (talk) 16:48, 3 October 2013 (UTC)

Clean up set list[edit]

I removed the track listing format for the set list as these are just listings of the songs they perform. As per WP:CONCERT, the set list does not require list of lengths. Also, the set list does not list credits for songwriters or arrangers unless such detail is sourced from the programs themselves, and not synthesized by audience members with timers or guesses based on the group's Theater Editions (those concert discs have separate track listings anyway).

What is needed is what the song is titled at JKT48. I see two titles for each song, one of which is in parentheses. Is that how they are listed in the program?

Also the set lists need date ranges, and if they vary over time, list the latest version and mention songs that were retired or added afterwards (with sources). -AngusWOOF (talk) 02:16, 6 February 2014 (UTC)