ie=UTF8&s=dmusic&qid=1318199961&sr=1-4 However on the main avril lavigne page we still should not put epic in yet. --Music Geek101 (talk) , 9 October 2011 (UTC) This was confirmed fast! (Glad she's finally done with RCA, they screwed her over with Goodbye Lullaby.) — , 10 October 2011 (UTC) Not sure how useful these would be for any article since they're of lower quality, originally black & white, or hide her face, but they were free and I thought they were diverse enough to add to the collection.
--Music Geek101 (talk) , 9 October 2011 (UTC) This interview here confirms it. :) – – I actually have a photo-related issue I wanted to bring up.
Her official website still says RCA and so does RCA's site (even though that site is outdated since the SME restructuring).– Should the last sentence in the "Early Life" section not read "cultural relevance" instead of "cultural relativity"? 2.10 (talk) , 28 October 2011 (UTC) I checked the source and Billboard doesn't say anything about that so the weird wording can be removed entirely.I am tossing it out there because not 100% sure what the criteria were for this U. The Artists of the Decade chart only says "ranking is based on artist's chart performance on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart and Billboard 200 albums." I have revised the sentence in question to accurately reflect the source. If anyone with some free time could clean up some of the references, nos. – Done That was a little weird how those refs were written.There is the label you are signed to in the US (SME is based in the US) which distributes your music in the sates. I know that most RCA artists release under RCA in the UK. Hopefully the new epic site will be up soon so that we can know for sure.--Music Geek101 (talk) , 9 October 2011 (UTC) The US site for says epic, so we can let the page on wish you were here say that is epic: