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LiliPUT are from Switzerland, which is in Europe, so British English is used, and bands are plural in British English. Furthermore, they are no longer a band, so it makes sense to talk about them in the past tense.
Saying their music was of consistent quality over their career is not an encyclopaedic fact, that is your opinion.
We do not need to mention that the history comes from the Kleenex article, since any information added to the Kleenex article was added under GFDL, so is public domain.
Please do not sign the article namespace, this is a wiki. It says at the bottom of the editing page "If you don't want your writing to be edited mercilessly or redistributed by others, do not submit it."
Hope this clears things up. Jdcooper 16:01, 12 May 2006 (UTC)