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According to the RPM archives, no song or album by Organized Rhyme ever appeared on its national charts. Not even the utterly inconsequential "Cancon to Watch" list.
There's obviously no question that "Check the OR" is the band's best-known song (even CBC Radio 3 still pulls it out once in a while), but since RPM was the only national record chart in Canada during the 1990s, a song that doesn't appear in their charts can't be easily described as a "hit". And it doesn't show up in a Billboard chart search, either. So can anybody show an actual chart source to verify that it was ever actually a hit? Bearcat 23:06, 27 July 2007 (UTC)
- Sure, but "counting for something towards notability" is not the same thing as "charting hit". Bearcat (talk) 19:44, 29 January 2016 (UTC)
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I've gone ahead cleaned-up this article. It was originally tagged for having too many primary sources. I have kept any information that I could find via web searches that were supported by reliable sources. The only piece of info in the article for which I could not find a reliable source was the bit about the 2000 a remix of "Check the O.R.", but I did find evidence of it's existence via a web search, so I left that information with a "citation needed" tag. --Marchije•speak/peek 18:33, 29 January 2016 (UTC)