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Mp3 Download Of Uzbek Music HOT!

The number of songs a disc can hold depends on the format of the song files and the capacity of the disc. You can fit about 74 minutes of music on a 650 MB audio CD, or about 150 MP3 files on the same size disc. Some CDs can contain 700 MB of music. A DVD can hold 4.7 gigabytes (GB), almost five times as many songs as a CD.

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I'm Italian :) The albums/compilations certifications are based on GFK sales only for 2/3. 1/3 is equipped by labels, with the sales of stores that aren't covered by GFK (music clubs, autogrill, etc.). SJ(talk) 00:48, 9 September 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Artistas & Espectáculos uses "TOP RING TONES" this doesn't mean that it's a ringtone chart: you can clearly read "Top Digital AFP", which indicates a download chart.--Fangul (talk) 11:48, 13 October 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

As one of the guys that administers the site I think it is unfair to add it to this list. Abrazame's issue was about citing our sales figures (not chart positions), and we agreed with him (see the discussion). On our site we specifically state that our estimates of sales are "Not to be trusted" at the top of the one page that mentions them. Kww failed to point out that our source description he quoted goes on to say "As an example quoting ...these... figures in a Wikipedia article would be wrong". And we are aware that some of our sources are not "notable" (but only for locations or periods that have no better sources of data). Anyone that looks will see that all these cautions are explained in detail on our site. Within the constraints of available chart data our listing is (we believe) a valuable, valid and accurate source of chart information. Like all sources of music charts it should be used with some caution but placing it on this list implies that it is BAD (which it isn't) Steve.hawtin (talk) 15:03, 30 December 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Succession boxes have been added over the past few years to albums and songs that have reached #1 on music charts from various countries as well as the many Billboard charts to display the succession of these #1s. 3, possibly 4, charts have a complete or near-complete succession listing on song articles over their chart history. However, their use for most other charts is inconsistent at best. Some songs have them for a specific chart while others from the same chart don't, or a song that reached #1 on 5 charts has succession boxes for 2 of them. The style of their use also varies from article to article. Over the past year, there has been sentiment to remove them, or at least to come up with some standardization for them, as evidenced by a history of discussions on this talk page, WT:ALBUMS and WT:SONGS. A summary of the known history can be found at WT:CHARTS/Archive 11 - Section 9 with the latest proposal in section 20 of the same archived page. Consensus on their full and consistent use (or use at all) is at a stalemate. For the most part, most wikipedians probably don't care whether they are there or not. There are editors though who like them and want to see them and other editors who would rather see them gone. Do they aid in navigation, that is, do they do what succession boxes are intended to do or do they violate policy such as WP:IINFO? In the end though, can it be determined whether they should be used for all music charts, select charts, or not used at all, and can policy be enacted and added to WP:CHARTS and/or WP:MOSMUSIC, and noted on project pages WP:ALBUMS, WP:SONGS and even WP:SBS? --Starcheerspeaksnewslostwars (talk) 21:58, 20 December 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply] 350c69d7ab


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