29th Nov '14 9:01:04 PM mlsmithca
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Also, Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys are both in the Music/ namespace.
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29th Nov '14 8:59:04 PM mlsmithca
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These are not examples. They therefore do not get indented as if they were.
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29th Nov '14 7:26:19 PM wittylibrarian
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16th Nov '14 9:41:56 AM mlsmithca
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"The White Album" is a nickname. The actual title is "The Beatles". So it's "The Beatles" that goes in italics, not "The White Album". Also, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" was not released as a single, or at least not in either the UK or the USA, the two markets where they had the most commercial success.
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16th Nov '14 12:07:25 AM Patachou
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4th Oct '14 9:44:48 AM m8e
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25th Sep '14 8:27:40 PM mlsmithca
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The page is organised by track listing, so "Blackbird" does not go after "Revolution 9". Also trimming large quantity of Word Cruft from the "Get Back" example.
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