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it seems weird to list this as "vol. 4" but if you look at the album's artwork, that's the official title, so i thought it'd be best to keep it in that namespace for consistency with the others and explain the naming discrepancies in the article. same goes for Vol. 2 and its alternate. damn you Dumile with your slightly varying album titles W guice 21:13, 20 August 2006 (UTC)
Good call User:W guice, to what you said 6 years ago. I think it would be good to have, maybe as a subheader or something like that "AKA Vol. 3 + 4" ... at least have that listed on his discography page. If I don't get a response in a week or two, I'll just go ahead and do that. I'm referring the Vol. 2 talk page here as well. SorenWagner (talk) 10:04, 17 January 2013 (UTC)
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