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When uploading images please use more descriptive titles. When I upload pictures I put something like artists name and the release (such as Hayashiara_-_Yousei.jpg for the cover and if I have a promo shot I use Hayashibara_-_Yousei_promo.jpg). Other users such just put the releases title (such as File:SAKURA Drops ~ Letters.jpg for the cover of Sakura Drops / Letters). ~ Themonkeyofdoom 04:46, 20 May 2009 (UTC)

Sales

Thank you for adding the sales numbers for the Hayashibara Megumi singles :D! I've been looking for them, but I can't seem to find them. Where did find them? ~ Themonkeyofdoom 21:21, 20 May 2009 (UTC)

I found them on 2ch and for some reason there happened to be sales for a few of her older singles. And no problem. P00p 21:26, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
Where did you register in 2ch? I try to register but it's too confusing LOL--FoxxyFuyumi 17:42, 24 February 2010 (UTC)
I didn't actually register for 2ch, sorry lol. I just got the sales by using google and they came up with a page on some sales. P00p 5:40, 26 February 2010 (UTC)
How did you search? LOL I mean what words did you put?--FoxxyFuyumi 15:27, 27 February 2010 (UTC)
Mmm, I usually put the artists' names in Japanese and then put CDチャート after. That usually came up with some stuff, whether it be other sites with some sales information or 2ch. Sometimes if I can't find the sales that way, I will add one of the artist's song titles too. P00p 1:57, 28 February 2010 (UTC)

Hey on "WHAT'S UP GUYS" you have two sales numbers 24,750 and 107,000. Which one is correct? ~ Themonkeyofdoom 14:25, 2 May 2010 (CDT)

Oh sorry. I didn't notice. I don't think the 107,000 sales were right, so that one can just be deleted. --P00p 18:08, 2 May 2010 (CDT)

Titles

Please use quotation marks when refering to shorter works such as singles and songs, and use italics for longer works such as albums and DVDs. ~ Themonkeyofdoom 21:05, 26 February 2010 (UTC)

Help

Hi! As you are the Chinese expert here may I request your help? Matsuda Seiko released an album in Taiwan, I have the Chinese tracklist, but I can't translate it (neither English or Pinyin). Can you help me with it? Here is everything, and here is the wiki link (as you see I didn't even posted the full title, just the English part xD). If you don't want/can't make the page it's ok, but if you could make the tracklist I would be really great. Thanks! ^^ --Pizca 14:00, 19 April 2010 (CDT)

I tried the tracklist:
1. Ai De Li Wu (Chinese version of I'll fall in love)
2. Zhan Lan Se De De Qiu (Chinese version of Ruriiro no Chikyuu)
3. Xia Tian De Men Wai (Chinese version of Natsu no Tobira)
4. Huo Hong Se De Xiang Wan Dou (Chinese version of Akai Sweet Pea)
5. I'll fall in love
6. Ruriiro no Chikyuu
7. Natsu no Tobira
8. Akai Sweet Pea
9. I'll fall in love (Backing track)
The translations are pretty close to the originals anyways. Hope that helped. : ) -- p00p 20:20, 19 April 2010 (UTC)
It really did, thank you thank you thank you!!!!! --Pizca 18:55, 19 April 2010 (CDT)
I need your help again XD. Can you please clean-up this page?. I only know the page must be titled just ZUNO, but I have no idea about the categories and so. Thank you ^^.

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I think the Chinese section need a reorganization since Cantopop and Mandopop fall under Chinese and there is really no other genres for Chinese music. I propose to merge Cantopop and Mandopop under Chinese and delete C-rock and T-rock since they are both unused. (see below)

Gaehwasan12:53, 3 June 2011

I see what you mean and it makes sense. I'll tell the owner about it.

P00p23:55, 3 June 2011
 

I do agree with you both. Unless any other staff/member disagrees with this, I suppose you can rename Mandopop as "Chinese" and move the artists from Cantopop to the new group. Either that, or create a new sub-genre for Mando/Cantopop (the same way the Jpop artists have Hokkaido artists, etc).

  • eXodius
01:28, 4 June 2011
 

I think Gaehwasan just meant to leave Mandopop and Cantopop and put them under "Chinese", but get rid of C-rock and T-rock. Sorta like how it's:

Japanese J-Pop (releases) J-Rock (releases) etc... so it'll be like Chinese Mandopop (releases) Cantopop (releases)

P00p04:08, 4 June 2011
 
  • Woosh * My mistake! Not sure why I read that differently, but I've since changed it as suggested :)
  • eXodius
17:56, 5 June 2011
 

Song pages

Here are a couple things I notice when looking at your recent song pages. There is no need for that long intro, it should be: "Blank" is a pop/rock/rap song recorded by Artist. Also song pages do not use release categories or information headings. Be sure to add categories; we have many categories for most situations, such as movie, dorama, games, and anime theme songs as well as covered songs. ~

Themonkeyofdoom14:17, 25 May 2010

Thanks, I wasn't too keen on doing the song pages in the first place since I was a little stuck. Now I got it. : )

P00p17:26, 25 May 2010