User talk:Jon

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<MaidenMadness> jon i was thinking. could you make a template for album pages just like bobbo made concert template so people would know what is the preffered look for the concert page

<BoBo> He did template for concert too. :)

<Jon> Its probably not worth the time, considering there are only 13 albums that will be done. Its a bit more work, but copying and pasting the code from another album page is probably a decent substitute for a template.

<MM> doing that as we speak. already converted the number of the beast and piece of mind to match the way you edited it for iron maiden. need covers and lyrics

EPs page

<Thrash_sebas> Hello, can u add an eps, mini albuns, etc page? thx ;D
<Jon>I'm not quite sure what you mean. If you give me the exact titles for the pages, I'll create them though. <MM> i think he means page for stuff like maiden japan for example

<Thrash_sebas> yes, a page for The Soundhouse Tapes, Maiden Japan,Live!! + One, Virus, DOD souvenir ep, etc.

I have found the explanation.

The term EP or E.P. means Extended Play, and is applied to recordings released which are too long to qualify as singles but too short to qualify as albums. Typically an album has 8 or more tracks, a single only one or two, and an EP five to eight.

EPs were released in various sizes in different eras. The earliest EPs were 33 RPM recordings on 10" disks, and appeared at the close of the 78 RPM era. In the 1970s and 1980s there was less standardization, and EPs were made on 7", 10", or 12" disks running either 33 RPM or 45 RPM. Some novelty EPs used odd shapes and colours.