Talk:Por Amarte Así/GA1

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Reviewer: Seabuckthorn (talk · contribs) 16:30, 3 February 2014 (UTC)
Nominator: Erick (talk)

Hi! My review for this article will be here shortly. SFriendly.svg --Seabuckthorn  16:30, 3 February 2014 (UTC)


1: Well-written

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      • Major Point 1: Background "It was produced by Kike Santander and released in 2000 as the fourth single from his sixth studio album Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor (1999). Lyrically, the song is about a man who promises to keep loving his lover even though she is gone." (summarised well in the lead) Face-smile.svg
      • Major Point 2: Reception "In the United States, it peaked at number three and two on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs and Latin Pop Songs charts and received a Billboard Latin Music nomination for Pop Track of the Year. "Por Amarte Así" was the fifth best-performing Latin single of 2001 in the United States." & "Montalbán and Reyes received three American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Latin Awards for Castro, Lozada, and Alacranes Musical's recording of "Por Amarte Así"." (summarised well in the lead) Face-smile.svg
      • Major Point 3: Ana Isabelle version "Isabelle's cover features Castro as a duet artist and peaked at number 14 on the Hot Latin Songs chart." (not a concise summary of the corresponding section in the body) Face-sad.svg
      • Major Point 4: Other cover versions "The song has been recorded by several artists including Jay Lozada, Xandro y Su Punto, Alacranes Musical, and Ana Isabelle. Lozada recorded the song in salsa for his eponymous debut album which peaked at number two on the Billboard Tropical Songs chart. Alacranes Musical's version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs as well as number one on the Billboard Regional Mexican Songs and was nominated a Billboard Latin Music Award for Regional Mexican Airplay of the Year by a Male Group." (summarised well in the lead) Face-smile.svg
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      • Major Point 1: Background "It was produced by Kike Santander and released in 2000 as the fourth single from his sixth studio album Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor (1999). Lyrically, the song is about a man who promises to keep loving his lover even though she is gone." (the lead gives due weight as is given in the body) Face-smile.svg
      • Major Point 2: Reception "In the United States, it peaked at number three and two on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs and Latin Pop Songs charts and received a Billboard Latin Music nomination for Pop Track of the Year. "Por Amarte Así" was the fifth best-performing Latin single of 2001 in the United States." & "Montalbán and Reyes received three American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Latin Awards for Castro, Lozada, and Alacranes Musical's recording of "Por Amarte Así"." (the lead gives due weight as is given in the body) Face-smile.svg
      • Major Point 3: Ana Isabelle version "Isabelle's cover features Castro as a duet artist and peaked at number 14 on the Hot Latin Songs chart." (the lead does not give due weight as is given in the body) Face-sad.svg
      • Major Point 4: Other cover versions "The song has been recorded by several artists including Jay Lozada, Xandro y Su Punto, Alacranes Musical, and Ana Isabelle. Lozada recorded the song in salsa for his eponymous debut album which peaked at number two on the Billboard Tropical Songs chart. Alacranes Musical's version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs as well as number one on the Billboard Regional Mexican Songs and was nominated a Billboard Latin Music Award for Regional Mexican Airplay of the Year by a Male Group." (the lead gives due weight as is given in the body) Face-smile.svg
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2: Verifiable with no original research

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3: Broad in its coverage

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4: Neutral

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5: Stable: No edit wars, etc: Yes

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I'm glad to see your work here. I do have some insights based on the above checklist that I think will improve the article:

  • I think the lead can be improved in order to provide an accessible overview and to give relative emphasis.

Besides that, I think the article looks excellent. You've done great work, and I am quite happy to assist you in improving it. All the best, SFriendly.svg --Seabuckthorn  10:47, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

Thanks for the review! I only just added Isabelle's cover was well-received since the lead should just summarize the important parts of the article. Erick (talk) 00:39, 5 February 2014 (UTC)
Thanks Face-smile.svg --Seabuckthorn  01:30, 5 February 2014 (UTC)

Promoting the article to GA status. SCongratulate.svg --Seabuckthorn  01:30, 5 February 2014 (UTC)