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  • I live in Indianapolis
  • I was born on May 8
  • My occupation is Power Grid Analyst
  • I am Male


I noticed that you have edited instrumental pages recently, commenting that they should be deleted because there are no lyrics. We still have these pages in order to keep links to other sites which may have sound clips or information about the instrumental itself. Also, if someone searches for the song, they will get that page and learn that it is an instrumental, but if we don't have the page, the user may think that we do not have a page for it. If you have any questions/comments, feel free to contact me or one of the other administrators. --WillMak050389 00:22, 16 March 2008 (EDT)

There is one thing that I noticed, that I wanted to throw in also: we sort (fLetter = ) by the first character in a name, regardless of what it is, or if it is a 'the'. So I reverted that in Pink Floyd:The Gold It's In The... Thanks for understanding, If you have any questions, let me know, and happy editing!
King_Nee1114 (talk pagecontributionsdeletions) 01:26, 16 March 2008 (EDT)


Someone else who has Lou Reed:New York (1989)! Great album. (I noticed, however, that we had it listed as released in 1988 and it was actually copyright 1989, so I moved it!)    Kiefer    talk    contribs    admin   00:45, 28 March 2008 (EDT)

YouTube links

I noticed on Fair To Midland:Dance Of The Manatee that you put the entire YouTube address in the SongFooter. All that the link needs is the part after the "v=". The template fills in the automatically. Perhaps this was a one-time thing, and you already knew that, but I thought I'd stop by and give you a note in case you didn't. You took the time to find the links, I'm sure you want them working! Thanks for all the additions that you've been contributing, especially the credits. A sometimes labor-intensive addition, I'm sure. Best wishes -    Kiefer    talk    contribs    admin   06:50, 19 May 2008 (EDT)

Gold Stars

Hi there,
please note that for a song to reach Gold status, it has to have the {{Song Info}} template filled out and added to the talk page, as well as {{Watcher}} and {{Cert}} templates. See Help:Page ranking/Songs for more information. Happy editing! -- 6 times 9 16:35, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

Guess I should have explained better... (1) The three templates I mentioned go on the talk page (the tab labelled "discussion"), not on the song page. (2) Put the actual information (language, asin etc.) in the SongFooter template on the song page. The corresponding parameter in the Song Info template on the talk page is then marked as either "done", "not applicable" or "unknown". Note that a song can't be ranked Gold unless all parameters are either "done" or "not applicable". Read Help:Page ranking/Songs; if you still have questions, feel free to ask! -- 6 times 9 22:40, 25 October 2008 (UTC)
If the GoEar link does not have a particular song, I assume it's "not applicable? -- User:Redrkr 22:45, 25 October 2008 (UTC)
Yes. Same for Wikipedia (very few songs have Wikipedia pages). -- 6 times 9 22:53, 25 October 2008 (UTC)
PS. You still seem to have trouble working things out; I suggest looking at this song and its talk page for examples.


I saw you were working on the Radiohead page and I saw a few things that I was concerned about, some of which I changed, but some of which I haven't, and so I came here to ask your help. I haven't looked at the history to see whether you were the origin of some of these or are just working with what you saw, I just want to let you know what I did and why, so that if you are indeed a Radiohead fan and knowledgeable about their stuff, that you can further help the page.

I moved the EPs to the regular album list chronologically. EPs are treated as a normal album would. Singles should, indeed, be under their own header, but really should only be linked to by the album title (usually in a bulleted "*" list), and if visitors wish to see the track listing, they can then click on the link to get that info.

I'm also a bit concerned about the multiple "CD1" and "CD2" designations under the singles header. I changed the one EP listing that were split into two CDs, since one edition did come in a double-CD edition, but the CD1 listing was the all-inclusive EP edition, so things were a bit topsy-turvy there. If the single had two separate editions, with different track listings, it's okay to list both editions under one album link, so there wouldn't be any need for the "CD1" & "CD2" add-ons. (Just add a bulleted note as to the variation above each track list.) But I didn't take the time to do any research on these singles, so I'm not sure what the true story is on these.

Whatever you can do to help these issues, I'd be grateful. Thanks!    Kiefer    talk    contribs    admin   06:00, 6 November 2008 (UTC)

Double Fantasy

Could you please comment your editions, especially when giving violet star to a page? Thanks, --Senvaikis (talk) 23:02, 22 November 2008 (UTC)

Yes could you please explain why you have given violet to this one too Ringo Starr:I'll Still Love You, to let us know how we can assist. Many thanks.  ♫Яєdxx Actions Words 13:27, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
May I ask you reread once more nice Red's explanation or make a search on word 'violet' in discussion about PR? If even after that you'll not understand what we are talking about - just let us know, and we'll correct that for you.--Senvaikis (talk) 18:24, 28 November 2008 (UTC)
I have no other choice - your silence may be treated only as some (impolite) kind of agreement for reverting all your 'violet' editions. Sorry, --Senvaikis (talk) 12:53, 1 December 2008 (UTC)

Multiple Releases

When adding up to two additional albums there is a new parameter |album2 which you should now use. (And please don't use </br>). Help page Thanks! Happy editing!  ♫Яєdxx Actions Words 12:35, 28 January 2009 (UTC)

Wikipedia Link in Album Footer

... is no longer lw legal, please insert wikipedia links only in Album template on top and remove the one in AlbumFooter or outside the Album template. Link tia+cheers ∃cho⚡ierr∀ () 01:37, 14 February 2009 (UTC)

Wikipedia Link on Song Pages

Just wondering: why do you add links to the Wikipedia article about the album on the LW page about a song? As far as I know, you should note them as “not applicable” unless there is a Wikipedia article about the song itself. You might want to check the help pages on this; also I will leave your changes in place for now, in case you have a special reason for this.—MacPhisto 17:32, 7 March 2009 (UTC)

The wikipedia link is a link to additional info. There is often song information on those album links even though there is no specific page for the song. If there is no song link, I would find it helpful to go to the next best thing. Doesn't seem like the Help section addresses whether or not this is appropriate. But as you are going to be the main watcher of these songs, it's totally your call. Feel free to keep or remove. - Redrkr 12:49, 7 March 2009
Also, I made some changes to the "No Line..." song page before I realized that it was being watched. Sorry about that. Didn't change any of your other formatting. -Redrkr
At first glance, I would say the words are still all right, so no worries. As for the Wikipedia links: you have a good point, but I would say that, before you link to the album page, it would be a good idea to see if there is a significant amount of information about the song on the album page. I might have a look at this tomorrow.—MacPhisto 19:51, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
Just passing through and yes MacPhisto is absolutely correct. The wikipedia link on song page should direct to article on wikipedia about the song. Same as the wikipedia badge and indeed the parameter on the song's page ranking certificate (which should be answered "not applicable" if there is no article on the song). There is a parameter at the top of the Album template for linking to article about album. Regards  ♫Яєdxx Actions Words 22:41, 7 March 2009 (UTC) P.S. If it's not on the help page that is a good indication that it is "inappropriate" ;)
I have removed some of the Wikipedia links you have added, but I appreciate your efforts to improve the information on these pages.—MacPhisto 11:45, 8 March 2009 (UTC)
Also, things have changed in the past few months (that's us...always changing!  :-] ) so that the Wikipedia parameter is no longer placed in the SongFooter template, nor is the {{Wikipedia}} template used on song pages. Instead, use {{WP-Song}}. Info about the WP-Song template/badge can be found at Help:Contents/Editing/Formatting/Songs#Badges. Thanks for the work on the Wilburys! Love them myself.    Kiefer    talk    contribs    admin   01:56, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
I will make note, thanks! -Redrkr 21:22, 4 May 2009 (EDT)


In case you haven't looked at LyricWiki:Page Names recently, you might want to refresh your memory :-) Thanks! — 6×9 (Talk) 18:40, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

Your Signature

Please don't sign your posts like this: {{User:Redrkr}} because it produces the following:

Sign them by typing four tildes ~~~~. Thank you.  Яєdxx Actions Words 20:55, 22 July 2009 (UTC)

Tori, the SongFooter, and Credits

Since I noticed you did a bit of editing of the Credits section and the SongFooter when certifying the lyrics for the songs from Boys for Pele...

  • Pretty soon after I started editing here, it was suggested to me that it was a "best practice" to have the song title, album title, and artist name appear in the SongFooter in proper title case (articles and short prepositions in lowercase, and so on), since that's not affected by the LW:PN policy, and it actually helps with the links to some of the sites. Therefore, I added album = Boys for Pele to all of the songs from that album, and changed the song= parameter when appropriate (for example, song = Putting the Damage On with the lowercase "the").
  • With the credits section, this is a little bit more a matter of my personal taste, but I think "Music and lyrics by Tori Amos" both provides more clarity and looks a bit more elegant than "Written by: Tori Amos." Also, by using that style, it's more easily adaptable when the two items are separate, e.g. "Music by John Phillip Sousa; lyrics by Tori Amos." (I also don't like repeating a link that's already been used on the page, and Tori Amos's name is already linked at the top, but I realize that's definitely a matter of my personal taste.)

Just a couple of thoughts for you (so you know why I did some re-editing on some of these songs). Trainman 03:38, September 28, 2010 (UTC)

Not a problem. I always take greater care whenever a watcher is listed. Less likely to change what someone else wants to see. Otherwise, I often apply my own template. So there may be benefit to adding your name as a watcher. But I'm okay with the re-edits.[[Redrkr 05:35, September 28, 2010 (UTC)]]
I'm not really watching the Tori Amos song pages -- just went back to edit the album type for the songs on A Piano: The Collection (changed it to "box set"), and happened to notice the changes. Trainman 02:22, September 29, 2010 (UTC)

I Am Very Far changes

Hi Redrkr, thanks for making the necessary changes to the pages I created for I Am Very Far. Can I ask what the difference between Gold and Silver is? For example, you've rated Rider as Gold, but We Need A Myth as Silver. Are there any particular features you're looking at? The Song and SongFooter templates are filled in completely on both pages, and the lyrics look like they're the same standard to me. Thanks, and sorry for newbie questions! – Antt 11:33, June 3, 2011 (UTC)

I can't remember what it was that I was holding back on with "Myth", but if I ever rank something silver, it's because I wasn't satisfied with a particular lyric. Something that I wanted to verify with liner notes or a repeated listen. Which I haven't done yet. If you like them as they are, I don't mind an upgrade to Gold. Redrkr 00:01, June 4, 2011 (UTC)
Aha thanks for that. Makes sense. I'll go through them all and recheck the lyrics, then possibly upgrade some of them to Gold! – Antt 15:10, June 5, 2011 (UTC)


Clove :) 22:44, November 27, 2011 (UTC)


Problem solved already? - Chris 13:09, October 13, 2012 (UTC) Yep. One of those oversights you see just after you hit "publish". :) Redrkr (talk) 18:45, October 13, 2012 (UTC)

You Make Me Feel Like Dancing

When I was adding a link to Charlie's Angels: Music From The Motion Picture (2000) on Leo Sayer:You Make Me Feel Like Dancing, I also added the goear link to complete the page. I decided to listen to the song and read the lyrics and noticed differences between the recording and the lw page, including an additional verse. Now the published lyrics match the linked video but not the linked audio. I think the audio lyrics should be on the page. Since the page is gold and you're the watcher, I'll leave it to you to decide whether to add the lyrics and perhaps change the video link to a version that includes the additional verse. The video to which you linked is from a tv show, so I'm guessing they shortened the song because of time restrictions.--Jomidi (talk) 23:38, January 12, 2013 (UTC)

Actually, the lyrics reflect the original album version on Leo Sayer:Endless Flight (1976) - at least as it exists in digital media now. The wikipedia link does acknowledge that there is a 3:41 version and a 2:59 version. So, it looks to be more appropraite to include the extra verse. As far as the video goes, I'm a bigger fan of having either official videos or HQ performances rather than exact lyric matches, I'll look for a replacement, but may end up keeping what's there. Thanks for the clarification. -- Redrkr (talk) 21:42, January 13, 2013 (UTC)

Nick's Having the Gold Star Blues...or is Sammy Green with envy?

Hi redrkr

Take a look at the history of Nick Gravenites:Didn't You Used To Be Somebody, and the history of Sammy Hagar:Didn't You Used To Be Somebody, the header & footer params of the Golden one, and where and what they lead to, attribuition, name space, the works.

Now how did they come to my attenSHUN?! They were both in the Category:Homeless Songpage Wink cheers --ES (talk) 02:20, March 31, 2013 (UTC) Obviously our documentation & specification on ranking is seriously lacking

Say NO to empty pages

Hi, Redkrr,

hope you've got at least some missing lyrics for Danny Barnes, otherwise I'd recommend you to refrain from creating any new empty (albums and especially artists) pages. You aren't a newbie and should know - LW is lyrics-, not discography-dedicated site. Tia, --Senvaikis (talk) 17:02, March 4, 2015 (UTC)
So, silence and still any additions on Danny Barnes page, as well as on
Should I understand that as your tacit consent to the removal of all those blank albums? --Senvaikis (talk) 09:41, May 5, 2015 (UTC)
There haven't been any addition of empty pages since your note of March 4th. I've never gone nuts with that practice. I've added more verified lyrics to this site than most. I would have assumed at the time that adding the album was doing work off someone else's plate. But not a problem, it's a practice I can end. Of your list above, Two Gallants is not empty. That should remain. the remaining sites may be deleted. Redrkr (talk) 21:23, May 5, 2015 (UTC)

English instrumentals?

Please leave the language parameter blank for instrumentals. Thanks. — 6×9 (Talk) 16:57, June 12, 2015 (UTC)


Hello. If you have time and you like some of this types of songs, I invite you to help me complete/fix some lyrics of this link. Thank you. Songsbr (talk) 16:29, July 11, 2015 (UTC)

Pageranking: Silver needs a watcher

I just thought you may want to declare yourself as a watcher of this song: Cee Lo Green:One For The Road. Otherwise it may be demoted to "bronze" - as you positively know, page should have at least one watcher to be ranked "silver". --Senvaikis (talk) 12:07, September 2, 2015 (UTC)
P.S. Btw, the same should be said about Gold...

All This Time lyrics

I don't remember certifying these lyrics or listening to the song for that purpose. I would not have made the mistakes that you attribute to me and corrected. Therefore, I don't know why you are writing me. I worked on Nothing like the Sun last night and was hoping to move through Sting's work chronologically, though I did skip Bring on the Night.

Regardless, without reading the whole thing, one part of your corrections seems wrong. The documentation says we're supposed to write lyrics as they are sung. And according to Sting's singing, like many singers, he clips off parts of the lyrics. So, if you listen, the lyric at about 0:22 in All This Time is "Saw a city in the fog," not "I saw a city in the fog." Looksharp (talk) 22:07, September 7, 2015 (UTC)

I didn't write you. Don't know what you mean. I corrected the lyrics as I heard them. You hear them differently, that's fine. I won't be watching the page. So, go nuts. ( Redrkr (talk) 23:29, September 8, 2015 (UTC) )


Hey there. So I'm just curious - why are you so quick to dismiss Rock Band as a credible lyrics source on Lazaretto? Is it because it's a video game? Contrary to what you might think, it's actually a very credible source for lyrics, and I've used it to certify many songs before. When Harmonix (the developers of the game) get a song into the game, they have access to the official vocal stems of the song. This allows them to hear the vocal track separated from the rest of the song, hearing it inside and out, slowed down, etc. to get accurate lyrics for the song. They always use official lyrics as a basis and then adjust the vocals per how it's actually sung. This process has allowed them to uncover some utterances in songs that were otherwise buried in the mix, but all in all it's able to provide them a 100% accurate vocal chart. It also allows them to get accurate guitar, bass, and drum charts for the game, and being able to mute them when you miss notes, so you actually feel like you're playing the instrument in the song.

I understand what you're saying about the lyrics booklet being a better precedent, and I acknowledge it. But I'm a bit confused at your stiffness in following it so rigidly, for several reasons. You've certified thousands of songs here during the years you've been here, and I guarantee you've come across lyrics booklets that omit words or phrases (sometimes even entire verses if the artist is lazy). And very rarely does the singer sing the lyrics booklet verbatim, they often make minor changes, add flourishes, and the like. It's no different here. Things like the "Oh!" in the beginning of the song and the "Yeah, that's it!" at the end of the song are clearly there (again, watch the video I provided in the edit summary), but aren't in the lyrics booklet because usually ad-lib utterances like that are left out of the liner notes.

I just thought I'd drop you this message to tell you why you shouldn't shoo Rock Band away so quickly. Many people such as yourself are in that mindset of "it's a video game, so obviously it's fake", and I understand why you think that. Many are misinformed about Rock Band and don't take it seriously, but I've been following the game for 6 years and have read forum posts from the developers on the process of getting a song in the game, and it's more lengthy and in-depth than you would think - they put a lot of effort into getting the instruments and vocals as accurate as they can. Now that I've informed you on RB's credibility, I went ahead and reverted back to my changes. I hope your opinion can change on this series and you no longer view it as unreliable. Thanks Smile XxTimberlakexx (talk) (contribs)18:52, October 12, 2015 (UTC)

We agree on one point. Lyrics booklets are often wrong. I am NOT a lyric booklet junkie at all. Im just using the lyric booklet here to clarify my position on what you are posting is just, with all due respect, wrong. First of all, there's no "Oh!" at the beginning. Not on the album. Not in the official video and not even in the Rock Band video that you want to hold the standard to. Starts off on the wrong foot right there.

The others I'll comment on the Lazaretto page, as I think others would want to comment as well, if you don't want to take my word for it. {{Redrkr (talk) 02:09, October 13, 2015 (UTC)}}

What? Skip to 0:31 in the video and look at the vocal chart, the "oh!" is there. I don't know how you didn't see it. Why would they chart something that isn't there? It's a high-pitched, kind of squealing "oh!", it blends in with the keyboard effects. The "Yeah, that's it!" also appears in the song, a little after the last verse White sings, when the violins come in. It's not spoken by White, though, it's spoken by someone else in the studio, but nonetheless part of the song. I'll hop over to the song's talk page to see what you said - I'll respond to it tomorrow, though, I need to head off now. XxTimberlakexx (talk) (contribs)02:27, October 13, 2015 (UTC)
I see it now. I was looking for it immediately before the verse. I still don't agree that there's an actual vocal there, though. I see the "yeah that's it". ( Redrkr (talk) 02:53, October 13, 2015 (UTC) )
Again, if there was no "oh" there, it wouldn't be charted. I can hear a squealed "oh" in the beginning, and I don't see why it would be in the lyrics booklet, because it's an utterance. XxTimberlakexx (talk) (contribs)10:42, October 13, 2015 (UTC)


  1. not even..., but might sound alternative according to IEEE.
  2. (for your future edits...) Category:Genre/Alternative (Reason: ...) hth --ES (talk) 23:23, November 12, 2015 (UTC)

Page name vs, Song title

If they don't match, probably not a good idea to rank beyond green- --ES (talk) 20:14, March 12, 2016 (UTC)

I don't know why the screen still says "Not enough", but when you click the link, it goes to "Strung Out" Redrkr (talk) 20:38, March 12, 2016 (UTC)
page displays Not Enough (in both modes) because that is the value in Song param of {{SongHeader}}... while the page name says Strung Out --ES (talk) 20:44, March 12, 2016 (UTC)

Exact Link for revert please

[1]. thanks --ES (talk) 22:36, March 15, 2016 (UTC)

PS. plz take a look at [2], instead of blindly reverting an admin, take the time to check out your own edit, per IEEE (and LW) standards. cheers
It was simply (obviously) an oversight. Instead of putting me through the ringer and going the long way around - why not just make the change?
You mean you jumped head first into the wringer by unsubstantiated reverts (3 of them so far), or am I operating in reverse polarity?! Wink
I think you're capable of fixing your own bad edit for the sake of Law & Order (intended pun, not just the band)
The point of this this thread is giving you a heads up, not initiate a revert war. --ES (talk) 00:51, March 16, 2016 (UTC)

Invalid Youtubes

Hi, Nik

You may want to check this list to find 56 Gold and Silver songs, watched by you and containing links to not existing or unembeddable YT videos. --Senvaikis (talk) 05:58, June 13, 2016 (UTC)
  • Personal reminder #2 - please, fix these pages before declaring yourself as a watcher on a new pages.
  1. Beastie Boys:Eugene's Lament
  2. Beck:Say Goodbye
  3. Black Sabbath:She's Gone
  4. Black Sabbath:Spiral Architect
  5. Black Sabbath:Tomorrow's Dream
  6. Chris De Burgh:Lady In Red
  7. Clutch:Electric Worry
  8. David Lee Roth:You Got The Blues, Not Me
  9. David Lee Roth:Made Up My Mind
  10. David Lee Roth:She's Looking Good
  11. David Lee Roth:Shyboy
  12. Jack White:Alone In My Home
  13. Jack White:Entitlement
  14. Jay-Z:Holy Grail
  15. Kelly Clarkson:Be Still
  16. Kiss:Easy As It Seems
  17. Kiss:Let Me Go, Rock 'N Roll
  18. Kiss:Modern Day Delilah
  19. Kiss:She
  20. Ray Charles:But On The Other Hand Baby
  21. Sammy Hagar:(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
  22. The Afghan Whigs:These Sticks
  23. The Black Keys:It's Up To You Now
  24. The Bravery:Song For Jacob
  25. The Magnetic Fields:The Village In The Morning
  26. Van Halen:Could This Be Magic?
  27. Van Halen:Voodoo Queen
  28. Van Halen:Won't Get Fooled Again
  29. Veruca Salt:One Last Time
  30. Warrior Soul:Jump For Joy
  31. Widowmaker:Bad Rain
  • And one more note - it is highly desirable to answer messages addressed to you.

--Senvaikis (talk) 05:17, June 23, 2016 (UTC)

Understood. ( Redrkr (talk) 10:04, June 23, 2016 (UTC) )
Completed. ( Redrkr (talk) 10:21, June 23, 2016 (UTC) )
And also mind the empty yte links. tia --ES (talk) 00:14, September 29, 2016 (UTC)
At the time yte links are added, they are perfect and the best available on youtube. I don't get notified when that status changes. Redrkr (talk) 00:31, September 29, 2016 (UTC)
Perfect? --ES (talk) 01:46, September 29, 2016 (UTC)

Redundant artist links on songpages

[3] --ES (talk) 00:16, September 29, 2016 (UTC)

check Redrkr (talk) 00:28, September 29, 2016 (UTC)

Lyrics formatting

No italics within lyrics please, (as you are a major contributor to this infraction), please see Help:Contents/Editing/Formatting/Songs#Lyrics. tia --ES (talk) 01:48, September 29, 2016 (UTC)

You certified the lyrics of the Arcade Fire song Ready To Start as correct, but there is one incorrect word in the lyrics posted on this wiki. The line: "I would rather be wrong, than live in the shadow of your SUN" In the official lyrics that come with the CD the last word is 'SONG'. Also if you listen to the CD or any live performance of the song, this will be obvious. 12:12, December 2, 2016 (UTC)

Hi, sorry for my blunder with the American Woman song page a couple of days ago! I totally forgot to check the page rating and overlooked it's "gold" status. Also, I thought I was referencing the "original" version of the song, but it was the "single" version, and not the "album" version. It wasn't my intention to start an edit war. I've since become more familiar with the rules regarding page ratings, so it won't happen again. I'm going to stick with "green" and "bronze" pages until I'm more experienced.

--Southern Rocker (talk) 16:18, January 4, 2017 (UTC)

No problem. I've certainly had past discussions about my own edits that I didn't win. Enjoy. and thanks for the input. ( Redrkr (talk) 18:36, January 4, 2017 (UTC) )

David Bromberg:Statesboro Blues / Church Bell Blues

Hi Redrkr, On the page David Bromberg:Statesboro Blues/Church Bell Blues I noticed the You Tube video is no longer available due to a copyright claim. I couldn't locate one of the album version of the song, but there's a live performance clip available. --Southern Rocker (talk) 01:54, January 8, 2017 (UTC)


Please see Upcoming albums. tia --ES (talk) 18:00, September 9, 2017 (UTC)

Refrain, Chorus etc.

A Mother's Last Word to Her Daughter: Please see Help:FS#Lyrics --ES (talk) 19:03, January 10, 2018 (UTC)

Already knew. Just needed to travel from one location to another. Redrkr (talk) 21:57, January 10, 2018 (UTC)

Wrong Lyrics on

moving to the song comments page.

Track notation

[4] is to remain as plain text. tia. --ES (talk) 02:39, July 3, 2018 (UTC)

Not Really

Here is the list @ Discogs1 discogs:
Musician: Antony, Boy George, Danielle Farina, Devendra Banhart, Doug Wieselman, Jason Hart, Jeff Langston, Joan Wasser, John Bollinger, Julia Kent, Julia Yasuda, Keith Bonner, Lou Reed, Maxim Moston, Parker Kindred, Paul Shapiro, Rainy Orteca, Rufus Wainwright, Steve Bernstein, Todd Cohen.

You're looking at credits. I'm listening to the song. The one where Lou Reed provides the vocal introduction to the story. It's as significant as a Cardi B rap on a Bruno Mars song, even if the culture of Art Pop doesn't commonly signify "featured as" titles. Thanks. -- Redrkr (talk) 02:01, August 3, 2018 (UTC)
And that is to be included in the credit box. Or see Pink Floyd:Have A Cigar Vocals. --ES (talk) 02:08, August 3, 2018 (UTC)

Invalid Youtubes, take #2

Hi, Redkr,

you may want to take a look at this list of Gold & Silver songs with removed invalid eyts, - it contains ~300 songs, watched by you.
regards, --Senvaikis (talk) 22:00, November 24, 2018 (UTC)
P.S. and try to avoid such misleading comments like this - (replacing reasonably removed YouTube Icon unavailable eyt by a YouTube Icon valid one is not "undoing").

Robert Pollard

Hey! Thanks for editing Robert Pollard! Do you listen to his music? BuffaloBillsFan (talk) 22:58, December 21, 2018 (UTC)

Guided By Voices, yeah. Trying to go back and check out his side projects. It'll be a long process. ;)

( Redrkr (talk) 23:21, December 21, 2018 (UTC) )

I have just about everything by him. I can give it to you someday, if you'd like. BuffaloBillsFan (talk) 23:55, December 21, 2018 (UTC)


As you positively know, unwatched page can not be ranked above Bronze, thus you should either declare yourself as a watcher of Tom Waits:Johnsburg, Illinois or just revert this ranking. --Senvaikis (talk) 09:37, March 7, 2019 (UTC)

Check Redrkr (talk) 19:16, March 7, 2019 (UTC)
For now - all the same... --Senvaikis (talk) 18:30, March 10, 2019 (UTC)
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