Talk:Stop the Clocks
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The Sun's tracklisting
Many people would have seen this  article from The Sun on the 28th July 2006. The reason why I've taken this tracklisting out of the article, is because I think it's important to keep some kind of accuracy in it. I know the page makes clear that speculative information could be included in the article, but I don't think every piece of baseless speculation should be used.
Also, it has to be said that The Sun isn't the most reputable source in the world when it comes to these type of things. Notice the article doesn't feature one quote, or one source. Also, there is one notable absense which make it very hard to believe that this is a tracklist that the band have chosen. Two words: Live Forever. It's been mentioned on countless occasions over the bands career their fondness for that songs and especially in the case of Liam and Noel Gallagher, who I think it's fair to suggest would have the most influence in choosing this tracklist. Also, the article claims that The Boy With the Blues is a Noel song, whereas it's been confirmed many times by the band that it is in fact a Liam song.--Mr. Monobrow 23:16, 28 July 2006 (UTC)
Are there any sources for those sales figures. 850,000 in the UK seems a bit high considering Don't Believe The Truth only sold 1.1 million there and that was actually a studio album and that was all of 18 months ago.--Play Brian Moore 01:47, 27 December 2006 (UTC)
Not because I don't believe there is any criticism about the album, but because it seemed awfully POV, and there was some random stuff about Liam announcing an actual greatest hits... odd. -Ally 20:14, 20 February 2007 (UTC)
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Maybe it would be a good idea to add a "background" section with what's in the introduction. I mean, the introduction is long compared to articles about more important albums like Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band or even other compilation albums like Greatest Hits (Queen album).
Also, a "reception" section would be great. The "Professional ratings" infobox seems out of place in this article.
I can do it if you feel it's okay.