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Talk:Pokémon the First Movie (soundtrack)
- Oh, sorry if I made a lot of unneeded pages ;__; I saw the Fly With Me talk page and I thought that since it was left up after that discussion and was still linked to the soundtrack page,we intended to keep it up and do the same for all the songs on the soundtrack. I understand most of the songs on the soundtrack have little do do with Pokémon at all, so if you want to delete the pages, go ahead (or perhaps just make them redirect to the soundtrack page). But I just thought it would be nice to have information on ALL the songs on each Pokémon album regardless of what the songs are. Moltres93 21:04, 30 May 2010 (UTC)
Song notability discussion
Just wanted to raise the notability question of the other songs on this CD other than the ones that are currently linked. I did notice that Pokémon the Movie 2000 has articles for every song on the CD (granted, more of the songs were created specifically for the movie or at the very least are actually about Pokémon, but I digress) whereas this one does not. I do understand that for a lot of the Japanese singles like Smiling Face they are often paired with a B-side that is another song by the same artist and has nothing to do with Pokémon whatsoever, and we don't create articles for those songs either. However, there's usually two versions of each single - again, see Smiling Face. The Pokémon edition comes with a Tretta puck and doesn't include the B-side song, the regular release by the artist doesn't have Pokémon on the cover, nor does it come with the special Tretta, and that's the one that includes the B-side song. This, however, is a Pokémon-dedicated release. I would likely veto creating articles for tracks 5, 6, 7, 9 and 12 as they don't actually appear in the movie and have nothing to do with Pokémon specifically, but I would suggest articles for track four ("We're a Miracle") and track 8 ("(Hey You) Free Up Your Mind"), as they are actually featured in the end credits of the film, making them no less notable than the songs on the M02 CD (again, some songs on the M02 CD weren't even featured in the movie, though again, that's not a completely even comparison as many of them are at least written about Pokémon). What do you folks think? --ZestyCactus 03:48, 15 January 2014 (UTC)