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Girl Bands

Please keep in mind that a "Girl Band" is not a "Girl Group". As the Girl Band category page states: "These bands are composed of all females who play their own instruments and (generally) write/compose their own music. " --Pizca 14:23, 14 March 2010 (UTC)

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Thread titleRepliesLast modified
Sayonara Kara Hajimeyou103:52, 12 December 2010
Some things321:24, 11 November 2010
HAM310:46, 12 October 2010
Hearts Grow417:51, 11 October 2010
Plagiarizing116:07, 11 October 2010
Protection116:05, 11 October 2010
User page116:02, 11 October 2010

Sayonara Kara Hajimeyou

Where did you find the information that says "Sayonara Kara Hajimeyou" was a single? Even a indies release? It was only released on the "Tetsuwan Birdy" soundtrack in 1997 and no where else, not even an indies single.

Aisasami03:45, 12 December 2010

I put as soundtrack / other Sorry for the error .. I'm still learning to move here .. someone could instruct me on here

✩Isamu✩Ozy✩Hyung✩03:52, 12 December 2010
 

Some things

Compilation albums should be formatted like this. If Non-Stop NARUTO was a cover album, its current format would be correct. I notice that you were marking releases with both quotations and italics, which is not needed. Longer works such as albums, DVDs, and TV series should be placed in italics and quotations should be used for shorter works such as singles and songs.

Please stop reverting my change of "Chiisa na Koi no Uta" It should be written this way.

Themonkeyofdoom04:55, 22 July 2010

I always learned to write "Chiisana" together, but I'll do it your way then, sorry. What about the italics, I thought I was doing fine, all posts I've seen so far were only made like the other models

✩Isamu✩Ozy✩Hyung✩16:04, 11 October 2010

Italics are used for longer works such as DVDs/Albums/Mini-Albums/TV series and quotations are used for shorter works such as singles/songs/episodes titles. They are never used together.

Themonkeyofdoom17:52, 11 October 2010

AGAIN: Don't use quotation marks and italics to refer to a title, follow the guidelines which I have previously stated.

If someone is born and raised in a country, they are going to be native speakers of the country's language.

And TIGARAH does not sing, write, or perform funk music.

Themonkeyofdoom21:24, 11 November 2010
 
 
 

Hi, I would like to know where did you get the info for those changes on HAM pages (limited cover, 두근두근 and TAKE IT OFF titles), because looking to some of the major online stores neither of them seems to feature that cover, or titles.

And please, answer Themonkeyofdoom to his question below this one.

Pizca09:50, 11 October 2010

Simple, just saw the cover of the singles (:

두근두근 is the name of the single in Korean, but the name of the single is "Girls, Falling in Love it .. So I put just in parentheses

Now "TAKE IT OFF" is the name of the same single. So Sexy is just the music on this single. But the name of the single is TAKE IT OFF...

✩Isamu✩Ozy✩Hyung✩15:57, 11 October 2010

The covers not always feature the real title. None of the online stores have those titles for the singles, and those stores feature the titles provided by the distribution companies, so I'm going to change it. If you provide a real source for it (not the covers) you can go ahead and change it back.

Pizca10:45, 12 October 2010

OH, I forgot. And what about that limited cover?

Pizca10:46, 12 October 2010
 
 
 

Hearts Grow

Where are you finding the information for the Hearts Grow releases which say they come with DVDs? I've looked at online retailers and the Sony pages and I can't find anything saying that they come with DVDs. If they do come with DVDs, please supply a source.

Also titles of singles go in parenthesis (such as "Road") and album titles go in italics (such as Summer Champloo), never do titles get both.

Moving onto cover songs. When a band covers a song by another artist the lyrics and music are written by the original group. The arrangement of the song can however be changed by the artist who is covering the song. You put that the the original bands wrote the lyrics and Hearts Grow wrote the music for the songs they covered on Summer Champloo, which isn't correct. It is rare that a whole band writes lyrics to a song, usually that is left up to one member. Please don't make things up and post it here, or if your not sure if its true, don't post it. Have a legit source before posting.

Themonkeyofdoom07:44, 27 September 2010

Ok, I understand

Sorry, that was a mistake of mine. But where is the PV of "Chiisa na Koi no Uta" then? '-'

✩Isamu✩Ozy✩Hyung✩16:01, 11 October 2010

And sorry for the delay responding, I do not even know it .. haha, need some lessons on how to play with it here ..

✩Isamu✩Ozy✩Hyung✩16:08, 11 October 2010

I deleted the images from the music video because there was no room for them on the page.

Themonkeyofdoom17:49, 11 October 2010
 
 
 

Plagiarizing

Please don't copy information word-for-word from other websites. This has happened several times, including NARUTO, Okinawa Prefecture, CHABA, and most recently, DaizyStripper. If you want to create an article, then please use your own words.

Lambchopsuey (Talk | contribs)16:46, 4 June 2010

Oh yes, I do only original now. I found that some sites give wrong information. I'll help with my own information now.

✩Isamu✩Ozy✩Hyung✩16:07, 11 October 2010
 

Protection

I just protected your user page against violation, if you have any problem about editing your user page, please feel free to PM.

Seph06:21, 27 June 2010

Ok, Thank you

✩Isamu✩Ozy✩Hyung✩16:05, 11 October 2010
 

Sorry, but there is no reason to edit your user page so much. You have made about fifteen edits to it in the last week. No other users are constantly editing theirs, and you are spamming the recent changes. Remember to use the preview button if you want to see how something looks before you decided to save it.

Themonkeyofdoom15:49, 28 July 2010

Yes, sorry, was learning to move. I had not seen a preview button, sorry

✩Isamu✩Ozy✩Hyung✩16:02, 11 October 2010