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This article was flagged on 18 November 2007, not December as the tag would have you believe. There is no mention of the NPOV tag in the edit summary and after 7½ months this is the first time that anyone has written anything on this page. As no one seems to care enough about the neutrality of the article to discuss the issue, not even the tagger, I am going to remove the tag.
Sentence Suggestion Re: Badlands and Superlatone
The paragraph discussing Superlatone records and the albums released includes the following sentences:
"In 2005, Stuart launched a custom record label, Superlatone Records, to issue overlooked Southern Gospel and Roots music recordings. Stuart released three critically acclaimed collections on Superlatone, Souls' Chapel, Badlands and Live at the Ryman. In October 2005, Stuart released a concept album, Badlands: Ballads Of The Lakota, which pays tribute to the Sioux culture in what is now South Dakota."
It may only be me, but that last sentence seems to be redundant in citing 2005 again, and acts as if Badlands wasn't already mentioned.
Would the following be an improvement?
"In 2005, Stuart launched a custom record label, Superlatone Records, to issue overlooked Southern Gospel and Roots music recordings. Stuart released three critically acclaimed collections on Superlatone, Souls' Chapel, Badlands: Ballads Of The Lakota and Live at the Ryman. Badlands in particular was a concept album which paid tribute to the Sioux culture in what is now South Dakota." — Preceding unsigned comment added by Squaretex (talk • contribs) 19:28, 27 January 2012 (UTC)