Talk:Third World (band)

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Easy Stars Lonely Hearts CD[edit]

He was featured on the track "Lovely Rita" on Easy Star All-Stars "Lonely Hearts Dub Band" —Preceding unsigned comment added by 167.7.17.3 (talk) 14:41, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

Neutrality and tone[edit]

I just posted POV and tone tags to this article. Comments like "After 37 years of smash hit songs, sold-out tours and inspirational messages, one may wonder, 'Where did it all begin? What gives Third World the staying power so rare in the music industry?'", and "...The magic that filled the air that early summer morning was harnessed by Wonder who quickly wrote, produced and arranged Third World's next international blockbuster..." simply do not belong in an encyclopedic entry, and seem more in line with a fan magazine.

Other sections like the paragraph: "Third World is more than just one of the top Reggae bands of all time, it is an institution that stands for producing and performing music that, while holding firm to the cultural and ancestral roots of its members, still pushes forward the cutting edge of music worldwide. It is an institution whose themes are positive, progressive and internationally relevant" seems to be editorializing on the part of the author.

Since the entire article is riddled with these neutrality and tone issues, it seems to me the article should be completely rewritten from the ground up.--Markt3 (talk) 02:17, 15 September 2010 (UTC)

Yes; now reverted to a former partly referenced version, with partial discography added. It still needs further referencing, but the overblown and opinionated text has gone. Thanks,
Derek R Bullamore (talk) 20:37, 25 February 2011 (UTC)