Talk:Carpe'diem

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Seeing as "carpe diem" (seize the day) is a term by the pagan poet, Horace - and other not too subtle references in the article I think someone may be pulling our leg. If not, I apologise. However..... it's not in my musical paddock, so to speak, so if someone knows that they are what the article says they are I will grovel accordingly. AlanE 03:55, 6 April 2013 (EDT)

Hmmm... you are right, and seems like it's not notable. I couldn't find a website or other reference for a band by this name online. We shouldn't really have a page for every garage style amateur band I think. Maybe we shouldn't keep this page in this case. Taj 04:48, 6 April 2013 (EDT)
I would have to agree with both Taj and AlanE, I had a bit of a look and could not find anything relating to them online. The only thing I found was a multitude of songs called carpe diem, or seize the day. They are not really notable as far as I am concerned. Couldn't even find them on spotify. Dvergne 05:05, 6 April 2013 (EDT)
Looks like more info has been added recently, vote to keep. Taj 21:11, 6 April 2013 (EDT)
Notability still an issue for me though. As you said, we can't have an article for every tinpot garage band that wants to do a bit of self promotion. The fact that the band is writing the article themselves seems a bit dodgy too me as it is a conflict of interest. Maybe they should also but a few youtube links of their works up too. Dvergne 21:17, 6 April 2013 (EDT)
Ah, let's let 'em stay. If they are what they say they are, then they're doing no harm and show a certain amount of entrepreneurial get up and go to come here. (I am not going to grovel, though. Not yet. :)) AlanE 23:29, 6 April 2013 (EDT)
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