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|15:15, 5 January 2012||Pizca||(Reply to Single V)|
|12:38, 5 January 2012||Mierna|
Before I turn "Only you" into an editing war, let me just state my argument:
About the format to put the Single V with the other single editions, I'm the one who made the format to begin with. I was the one who began formatting the H!P pages from the initial import, so I feel I have some say over this if no one else will handle it. It was only now that I had the idea to put the Single V in its own section, mainly because it is a DVD, and therefore is considered a separate release from the single. It may just be "another edition" of the single, but if that was so, then the MV should've just been tacked onto the limited DVDs that come with the single. It may not have been a problem back then when only two or three editions per single were being released, but now that there are four or five editions being released for a single alone, the Single V is only adding to the clutter and confusion. The Single V was always considered a separate release from the single itself. When I go to an article about a single, I should only need to know the info about the CD single itself, not the info about another separate DVD being pawned off to gain maximum profits. And as it is, the official sites and Oricon will credit the Single V as a separate release from the single. It's there because it's related to the single, but it's not necessarily another edition of the single itself. The Single V is optional, but not a must-buy if I want to buy the single. The Single V won't help add to the single's numbers on Oricon.
Looking at the "Tachiagirl" page, there are already six editions of the single alone. Do I need to be pelted even further with info about the DVD? Isn't the single, the six editions alone, the main product marketed for release? The Single V is not a necessary companion for the single, it's a DVD that's there if you want it. I don't consider the Single V to be on par with the single itself. And thus, why I want to put the Single V in its own section on a single page.
Don't get me wrong, I know it's something different and I'm always trying to make separate sections for cases like this one (like Korean re-packaged albums). I was trying to be consistent with the formating of their previous singles (and other H!P groups) because it doesn't makes sense for only one to have a different formatting. However, if you are willing to change them all, go ahead! I also think it's they way it should be for the same reasons you stated above.