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WikiProject Albums (Rated Project-class)
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Soundtracks consisting of multi-song singles and EPs[edit]

Which template(s) should be used for soundtracks that consist of "singles" and "EPs", such as at Backstage (2016 TV series) § Music, which has singles with 2–3 songs and an EP with 4 songs? I'm currently using {{Infobox single}} and {{Infobox album}}, but I see that the former is being merged with {{Infobox song}}, but the singles always have at least two completely distinct songs. nyuszika7h (talk) 15:22, 24 May 2017 (UTC)

Peer review request for Segundo Romance[edit]

I have opened a peer review case for Segundo Romance as I wish to nominate it for FA in the near future. I would really appreciate it if anyone from this project would like to give their feedback for the article. Erick (talk) 15:58, 9 June 2017 (UTC)

Pending DYK[edit]

It would be nice if an uninvolved user familiar with the DYK criteria could review Template:Did you know nominations/Witness (Katy Perry album). Snuggums (talk / edits) 13:15, 11 June 2017 (UTC)

Discussion about music not included on film soundtracks[edit]

Hello! I have opened a discussion at WikiProject film about the inclusion of music featured in the film but not included on the soundtrack. Interested editors, please see the discussion at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Film#Music not included in the soundtrack. ~Cheers, TenTonParasol 23:41, 18 June 2017 (UTC)

Vague review from The Guardian[edit]

Hi all, I'm wanting to use this review from The Guardian in an article, but it is quite vague and comedic and I'm not quite sure how to use it, especially because the song is in fact about believing yourself. It reads:

"This starts off like it's going to be another patronising song about ignoring the haters. "Are you scared of the things they might put you through/ Does it make you want to hide the inner you?" coos the one who was bullied. You think it's going to reach a big "believe in yourself" chorus but instead all of Little Mix shout "CHANGE! CHANGE YOUR LIFE!" This is a far better message to send to kids reared by Hannah Montana and told to stay true to themselves, when in fact, if everyone is calling you a prick, sometimes it just means you're a prick."[1]

Some suggestions would be great. It seems like a negative review to me. I was going to say: The Guardian's Sam Wolfson found the lyrics patronising and naive. Nightclubbing 16:50, 21 June 2017 (UTC)

I'm reading it as a mildly positive review (and a negative one of Hannah Montana) but, it doesn't really review the song at all, it more of an opinion piece on the message of the song. Walter Görlitz (talk) 17:08, 21 June 2017 (UTC)
It's not usually the type of thing I'd include in an article I was writing, unless I was desperate to prove notability or fend off a merge/redirect attempt or something, but I guess I don't object to the suggestion you gave above, about noting the lyrics were patronizing and naive. Sergecross73 msg me 17:36, 21 June 2017 (UTC)