Template talk:No Doubt

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John Williams[edit]

I'm assuming that the "Performed songs by: ... John Williams" thing is referring to the very end of the song "Tragic Kingdom" at the end of the album of the same name. The 14 second Star Wars bit. Is that really enough to justify putting John Williams on this template? AlistairMcMillan 18:25, 4 February 2006 (UTC)

Hmm... on the basis of that alone I'd say no. I'll be honest and say that I just looked for the user who added that and found it was I... worrying case of amnesia there. Anyway, good point. Perhaps you're not aware that they used to cover a full length version of The Imperial March quite regularly in their live shows, as seen on the Live In The Tragic Kingdom DVD. However, I'll remove because his compositions haven't really appeared on any CD albums. Terrafire 19:35, 4 February 2006 (UTC)