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Cilla Black[edit]

Hi Ss112. The 1983 vey best of was a 20 track album that was released on vinyl (not CD). It was then expanded and re-released on CD in 2013 with 26 tracks. The official charts company headline describing the album as re-entering the top 20 is because it is essentially the same album (all 20 tracks from the 1983 release are on the 2013 release), but it is the 2013 CD that has re-entered the charts. The edit done by me (and others) didn't contradict the OCC, as your recent good edit proves. L1975p (talk) 04:12, 15 August 2015 (UTC)

Hi Ss112 and L1975p. I produced the 2013 career-spanning compilation album with Cilla to celebrate her 50th Anniversary in showbiz. It featured in chronological order all of Cilla's UK hits plus other key tracks, specially commissioned remixes and a DVD all wrapped up with original sleeve artwork. Of course, there are similarities between past 'greatest hits' packages but that said compilers (like myself) usually want to include an artist's biggest hits -- that doesn't however mean that every compilation thereafter should be referred to as an expanded release! An expanded album is one where you keep the original album's track list and run order - simply adding bonus tracks to the end (although similar the 1983 album has a different track list and run order). Usually you also keep the original artwork as ultimately you want fans who bought the original release to recognise an "expanded" edition of their favourite album. My CD re-issue of THE BEST OF CILLA from 1968 was a classic example of this situation as it was indeed an "expanded" edition. However, THE VERY BEST OF CILLA BLACK from 2013 was a new compilation[1] which all concerned spent a lot of time producing (it's a pity we didn't keep the original title of THE 50th ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION but this was changed last minute as it was deemed better to have a title which would not date over time -- initial set's pressed did contain CDs and DVDs stating the original title which I suspect would have prevented this misunderstanding). The ONLY reason the Official Charts Company referred to the album as an "expanded edition" of the 1983 release in one of their articles after Cilla's passing was because the journalist read the misinformation about the album published on Wikipedia. As you will see on the Official Charts Company website and the British_Phonographic_Industry's website they list separately both albums as they do indeed consider the 1983 and 2003 as "separate" releases which concurs with what I have explained here. Everyone involved in the 2013 album was most disappointed when we discovered where the misinformation originated from but that is essentially the downside of having people who are not even involved in the record industry or these projects writing articles which are based on what they presume and not actual fact. Britboy1976 (talk) 15:54, 20 December 2015 (UTC)

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Reference errors on 29 August[edit]

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Separating the good from the bad[edit]

To respond to your edit summary comment [1] (When you "restore" previous versions, make sure what you remove isn't valid.‬):

I apologize for wiping out your constructive editing with my revert. When a series of poor edits is followed by a constructive one, I do make efforts to reinstate the good edits as I did at Doris Roberts, here [2] and here [3], and at Being Mary Jane, here [4] and here [5]. (On the last one I manually did the search and replace required to make each of the colour changes.)

Unfortunately, in this case there was a large tangle of constructive edits and vandalism, and I did not take the time to sort it all out. Again, I apologize. You can help prevent future problems by checking the edit history before making changes, to see if there are edits that should maybe be reverted first. Once a valid edit is made, it often makes it much more difficult to correct the prior vandalism. Cheers. Willondon (talk) 09:53, 18 September 2015 (UTC)

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1989 (Ryan Adams album)[edit]

Thanks for you edits :) Keegan (talk) 04:59, 12 October 2015 (UTC)

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Proper sourcing[edit]

If it requires column-widening or ugly notes to provide PROPER viewable source, then so be it.—Iknow23 (talk) 04:10, 15 October 2015 (UTC)

Iknow23, I didn't argue that providing a proper source (i.e. citing the actual charts site before the ~charts.com Hung Medien database updates) was not the best thing to do. I just meant that that URL could have been added to the header, like I did with the URLs for the Billboard peaks of "Where Ya At" the other week. Ss112 04:52, 15 October 2015 (UTC)
Cool about putting it in the header (I believe I've "thanked" you for at least some of those), but perhaps the "column-widening and ugly notes" can serve a purpose (in addition to sourcing). They can be looked upon as an "attention-getter" as they "stick-out" and can be reviewed for later deletion when made unnecessary by the column header source update (discography articles) or template-linked source updates (article Charts sections, France, US Billboard for example). In other words, in many cases they are only needed temporarily and soon wouldn't be needed in the column header or Charts section at all. Peace.—Iknow23 (talk) 02:05, 16 October 2015 (UTC)

"Same Old Love"[edit]

Hey, why not add the New Zealand Heatseekers chart as a footnote to the song's charting at Selena Gomez discography? It states "The Top 10 titles outside the Top 40 Singles Chart which have not previously entered the Top 40." This is basically the same as what we call in the US "Bubbling Under". Some of those are shown in the Promotional singles section there.—Iknow23 (talk) 05:00, 16 October 2015 (UTC)
Same for any of the other songs on the New Zealand Heatseekers chart also.—Iknow23 (talk) 05:03, 16 October 2015 (UTC)
When (if) they enter the Top 40, then delete Heatseekers and report Top 40 only. (Sry, just kept thinkin up more stuff to add.)Iknow23 (talk) 05:08, 16 October 2015 (UTC)

That's an alright idea, but it's a bit more work. I was hesitant because the way the website defines the chart is songs that "have not previously entered the Top 40". I'm guessing that means that songs that debuted in/have fallen out of the top 40 might be in what is typically places 41–50, but the Heatseekers chart simply charts the next 10 songs which haven't reached the top 40 yet. But if the wording were to be ""Same Old Love" did not chart on the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but reached number 9 on the NZ Heatseekers chart", that would be okay. Ss112 05:12, 16 October 2015 (UTC)
Fantastic wording. Go for it!!—Iknow23 (talk) 05:27, 16 October 2015 (UTC)

Comments[edit]

Hi there. I wish you would have left the comments you made on my talk page about Chris Stapleton edits. I have contributed most of the content to that page (especially citations) and none of the edits that I made were made in an effort to hurt the page in any way. My concern with hlists is that those with viewing issues using a screen reader would have problems where the screen reader "reads name dot name dot name." And the issue of putting punctuation in quotes is part of grammar style guides that I think most people learned in elementary school, is something that is pretty basic, but for some reason on Wikipedia is completely disregarded. I am not trying to minimize other folks' contributions here, and the edits I made were not deleting content, they were nits, nits that I'm willing to have conversations about. I want Wikipedia to be as good as possible. So I think what you said was somewhat unfair, and wish you would've allowed for the conversation you began to happen. All the best, Erika aka BrillLyle (talk) 14:40, 9 November 2015 (UTC)

Marie Serneholt[edit]

If you want to, please take a look at the article about Marie Serneholt, which is this weeks selected TAFI article. She is a famous singer. Regards,--BabbaQ (talk) 16:23, 13 November 2015 (UTC)

Get Weird – French chart positions[edit]

Thanks for pointing out I'd missed the reference – normally I'm a stickler for that myself but for some reason I'd got it into my head that it was already on the Hung Medien lescharts website and didn't need to link to the SNEP website. I'm puzzled though why the chart position is showing as no. 42 on SNEP but no. 47 on lescharts... do you think they've made a typo error? Richard3120 (talk) 15:57, 15 November 2015 (UTC)

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Predicting peaks[edit]

I was not predicting peaks, as I misjudged the 21st chart to be the new one, where it was their second week of the three on the Billboard Christian Albums chart for MercyMe! It's Christmas!, while I was in the process of updating for last weeks chart. When I started the article the first weeks chart was used, and I simply am trying to get the hang of the new music releasing charting matrix, sorry. I never try to predict or guesstimate a peak on any chart of any kind or fashion. Oh, I love the work you are doing here on Wikipedia, in regards to music.The Cross Bearer (talk) 11:20, 17 November 2015 (UTC)

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Love Yourself[edit]

This was rather condescending and uncalled for. I was in the midst of working out why the link was broken even though the charts had updated. Azealia911 talk 18:06, 27 November 2015 (UTC)

NZ Heatseekers chart[edit]

Hi Ss112, your comment about this chart on the Little Mix page is a valid one – I don't have any strong opinions about adding charts like this or the Belgian Tip chart or the Billboard Bubbling Under chart, although to me they seem more "promotional" charts than any important chart positions... I only removed it in this case because the addition had been sandwiched between two other edits I thought should be reverted, and it was easier to revert the whole lot in one go. Maybe that was a bad decision on my part, and if you or another editor add it back I personally won't keep removing it – sorry if you were offended. Perhaps this is something that should be discussed on a relevant WikiProject: which charts should be included for peak positions, just main national charts or all official charts? Richard3120 (talk) 19:30, 18 December 2015 (UTC)

Note: obviously something along the lines of "NZheatseekers" should be added to the singlechart template if we are going to keep this chart, but that's an easy thing to sort out. Richard3120 (talk) 19:33, 18 December 2015 (UTC)

List of number-one singles of 2016 (Australia)[edit]

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ARIA End of Year Charts URL[edit]

Hello Ss112, I was browsing my watchlist and I noticed you have been updating articles with the ARIA End of Year charts (and thank you for that) but it looks like the URL you've been using is a dead link that goes to an error page. I'm not sure maybe the URL may have changed since you first visited the page, but the correct one (as of right now) should be http://www.aria.com.au/aria-charts-end-of-year-charts-top-100-singles-2015.htm and http://www.aria.com.au/aria-charts-end-of-year-charts-top-100-albums-2015.htm. It looks like you've just added an extra "/pages" path to the link causing it to break. Just letting you know! — Usfun8991 (talk) 01:21, 6 January 2016 (UTC)

The 1975 discography[edit]

Hi, I don't remember us "being over this" ;) I haven't edited anything The 1975-related in a while. Anyway, I trust you that this ARIA-employed source is reliable and I'm letting it go – especially that there is a similar case with UK chart positions over 100 and Zobbel.de as the source. Have a nice day! :) Mayast (talk) 14:44, 23 January 2016 (UTC)

No worries :) Mayast (talk) 14:49, 23 January 2016 (UTC)

Just a note...[edit]

In regards to this edit and its edit summary, you say there's no need for a comma; however, per the manual style of dates, commas are to follow a complete date. So, therefore, the comma is needed at all-times. livelikemusic talk! 01:17, 12 February 2016 (UTC)

  1. ^ "Official Cilla Black Website Discography entry for 'The Very Best Of Cilla Black'". CillaBlack.com. 30 November 2015. Retrieved 28 November 2015.