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Pesem
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Predloga:Music infobox header Predloga:Auto short description

"The Single"
Nocover.svg
Single picture sleeve
single the Artist
B-stran"Other Side"
Izdanoapril 1, 2020 (2020-04-01)
PosnetoJanuary 1–10, 2020
StudioRecord Plant, New York City
SlogContemporary R&B
Dolžina3:01
ZaložbaColumbia
Komponist(i)The Artist
Producent(i)The Producer
Kronologija singlov the Artist
"Last Single"
(2019)
"The Single"
(2020)
"Next Single"
(2021)
"The Song"
Nocover.svg
Sheet music cover
song the Artist
iz albuma That Album
Izdanoapril 1, 2020 (2020-04-01)
PosnetoJanuary 1–10, 2020
PrizoriščeMadison Square Garden
SlogContemporary R&B
Dolžina3:01
ZaložbaColumbia
Skladatelj(i)Another Artist
Besedilopisec(ci)The Artist
Producent(i)The Producer

Articles about songs often include an infobox that provides an overview or summary of the song. Generally, Infobox song is oriented more towards recorded music that has been commercially released. Other infoboxes, such as {{Infobox musical composition}} and {{Infobox anthem}} may be better suited to traditional or historical songs. The examples to the right are the infobox filled in with the most commonly used parameters.

An infobox provides key facts as discussed in the article—it should not be too detailed or take up too much of the article space. It should only contain items, such as genres or songwriters, that are discussed in the article (or have citations to reliable sources).

The code below can be copied and completed with information pertaining to particular song articles. The Parameters section provides guidance on using the fields.

Code[uredi kodo]

The first template code below includes the most commonly used infobox parameters. If there is no information in the article to support the field, leave it blank. Remove the <!-- and --> to use the {{Start date}} and {{Duration}} subtemplates.

The second includes the full set of parameters; most articles will not need many of the fields and they may be left blank or removed. Please note that adding fields other than those listed, such as |arranger= or |recording engineer=, will not be displayed.

Most commonly used parameters[uredi kodo]

{{Infopolje Pesem
| name          = 
| cover         = <!--just the file name-->
| type          = 
| artist        = 
| album         = 
| B-side        = 
| released      = <!--{{Start date|YYYY|MM|DD}}-->
| recorded      = 
| studio        = 
| genre         = <!--do not add unsourced genres-->
| length        = 
| label         = 
| writer        = <!--for both music and lyrics-->
| producer      = 
| prev_title    = <!--for a singles chronology-->
| prev_year     = 
| next_title    = 
| next_year     = 
}}

Full set of parameters[uredi kodo]

{{Infopolje Pesem
| name          = 
| cover         = <!--just the file name-->
| cover_size    = 
| alt           = 
| border        = 
| caption       = 
| type          = 
| artist        = 
| album         = 
| EP            = 
| language      = <!--only if not in English-->
| English_title = 
| A-side        = 
| B-side        = 
| written       = 
| published     = 
| released      = <!--{{Start date|YYYY|MM|DD}}-->
| recorded      = 
| studio        = 
| venue         = 
| genre         = <!--do not add unsourced genres-->
| length        = <!--For 2nd & subsequent lengths, use {{Duration|00:00}}-->
| label         = 
| writer        = <!--for both music and lyrics-->
| composer      = 
| lyricist      = 
| producer      = 
| chronology    = 
| prev_title    = <!--for a singles chronology-->
| prev_year     = 
| next_title    = 
| next_year     = 
| tracks        = <!--see "Track listing examples" section for album track listing options-->
| misc          = <!--for use of {{Extra chronology}}, {{Extra track listing}}, {{Extra album cover}}, {{Audio sample}}, {{External music video}}-->
}}

Parameters[uredi kodo]

name[uredi kodo]

The title of the song. If not provided, the template uses the {{PAGENAMEBASE}} of the page. Since it is not linked, disambiguation terms, such as "(song)", "(Beyoncé song)", etc., are not needed.

cover[uredi kodo]

Add an image of a sheet music cover, picture sleeve, or other image appropriate for the song. First, one must be uploaded (see Wikipedia:Uploading images for details). Then, enter the file name (without File:) into the field, such as [Image Name].jpg.

alt[uredi kodo]

Use this field to provide alternative text or a description of the cover image for visually impaired readers. See WP:ALT.

caption[uredi kodo]

If there is an image, a suitable caption may be added that follows MOS:CAPTION (begins with a capital letter, no period at end if it is a sentence fragment, etc.) Please note that if the image is unambiguously a picture sleeve or record label for the release that is described in the infobox, then it is "self-captioning", and no caption needs to be entered in this parameter.

type[uredi kodo]

Specify "single", "instrumental", "composition", "promo", etc., as shown in the code table below. The entry will be automatically linked to the corresponding article, so only the unlinked code is needed (the default is "song"). If an album track was later released as a single, use the most notable or best known. For example, "Stairway to Heaven" was released as a promo single in several markets and as a digital single in 2007, but became best known as a song from Led Zeppelin's fourth album. This field is used to generate the header and color; please note that it is not used for genre, which is described in the |genre= fields.

artist[uredi kodo]

If the article associates the original or primary rendition of the song with one artist, enter the name of the artist and link if they have a WP article. For band names that begin with "The", enter the lower case "the" (|artist=the Beatles, rather than |artist=The Beatles), consistent with MOS:THEMUSIC. For traditional or historical songs, when the focus is not on a particular rendition, this should be left blank (alternatively, consider using Template:Infobox musical composition).

album[uredi kodo]

If the song was first released on an album, enter the name of the album and link. The template will italicize the album name and produce "from the album Name" in the header. If the song was originally released as a single well in advance of the album, |album= should not be used, since it is not from the album, but later added to one. For example, "Beck's Bolero" and "Back on the Chain Gang" were released as singles about 16 months before they were added to albums and became well-known before the albums.

EP[uredi kodo]

If the song was first released on an EP or Extended play, add the EP name in this field. The name will be italicized, etc., and should be used as described in the album subsection above. Please note: only album or EP should be used and depends on which one was issued first.

language[uredi kodo]

If the song is not in English, indicate the language (common languages should not be linked).

English_title[uredi kodo]

An English translation of the title may be included in this field.

A-side[uredi kodo]

If the article is about a song that was released as a B-side of a single, enter the name of the A-side and link as appropriate (do not use B-side). Quote marks will be added automatically.[1] For multiple entries, see Notes[2] for details. For double A-sided singles, refer to the Chronology for double-A-side singles section below.

B-side[uredi kodo]

If the article is about the song that was issued as the A-side of a single, enter the name of the B-side in this field (do not add A-side). Add a link if it has an article; quote marks will be automatically added.[1] For multiple entries, see Notes[2] for details. Generally, later releases or in secondary markets, reissues, etc., should only be included in the body of the article.

written[uredi kodo]

The year the song was written or composed may be added, if discussed in the article. This is usually used for historical songs, written before the advent of sheet music publishing or music recording.

published[uredi kodo]

The year the song was published also may be included, if discussed in the article. This usually refers to sheet music published before the rise of music recording.

released[uredi kodo]

Indicate the commercial release date, whether it is a single, album, or other. Usually, this is the date that it became widely available to the public, such as in retail. Dates for leaked copies, advance or limited promo releases to radio stations, etc., generally are not used, but may be included in an appropriate section of the main body if noteworthy. For example, album tracks that receive airplay should use the album release date, rather than when they were added to radio. If the same song is later released as an actual single and that becomes the best known (and |type=single is used), indicate the date the single was released. Enter the date using {{Start date}}. For example, use {{Start date|YYYY|MM|DD}} for the complete date, {{Start date|YYYY|MM}} if only year and month are known, or {{Start date|YYYY}} for just a year. For multiple entries, see Notes[2] for details. Generally, later releases or in secondary markets, reissues, on compilations, etc., should only be included in the body of the article.

format[uredi kodo]

The format parameter has been removed as a result of a 2020 discussion. Any information entered in |format= will not be displayed.

recorded[uredi kodo]

Enter the date(s) the song was recorded. When there are many dates, it is best to summarize, using the month or range of months (e.g., January–March 2019). For multiple entries, see Notes[2] for details. Add the location of the recording in the |studio= or |venue= field.

studio[uredi kodo]

If the song was recorded in a recording studio, enter the name and location. Link the studio, but not well-known cities, states, or countries (see WP:OVERLINK). Remove "Studios" if it appears in the name – use [[Sound City Studios|Sound City]] rather than [[Sound City Studios]]. For multiple entries, see Notes[3] for details. For "United States" and "United Kingdom", it is preferred that they be abbreviated "U.S." and "UK", but political subdivisions should never be (never "MA" for "Massachusetts", "ON" for "Ontario", etc.). See Notes[4] for details.

venue[uredi kodo]

For live recordings, include the name of the venue (concert hall, stadium, etc.) and location. Link as appropriate. For "United States" and "United Kingdom", it is preferred that they be abbreviated "U.S." and "UK", but political subdivisions should never be (never "MA" for "Massachusetts", "ON" for "Ontario", etc.). See Notes[4] for details.

genre[uredi kodo]

The field should include the music genre(s) that best describes the song. It should come from a reliable source and also be stated and referenced in the body of the article; personal opinions or original research must not be included. Note that most genres are not proper nouns and should not be capitalized. However, the first word in a list of multiple genres should be capitalized. For multiple entries, see Notes[3] for details.

length[uredi kodo]

Enter the length of the song in minutes and seconds using a colon to separate the two, such as 3:09. Do not use "3 minutes and 9 seconds", 3' 9", etc. If additional lengths are entered, use {{Duration}} for the second and subsequent lengths: {{Duration|3:09}} will produce "3:09". A seconds value must be included; enter "3:00" if the song is timed to three minutes only. The length should be taken from the original album or single release, instead of reissues, downloads, etc. For multiple entries, see Notes[2] for details.

label[uredi kodo]

The name of the record company that issued the release may be included here. Generally, add later releases, those from different countries, reissues, etc., in the body of article instead of the infobox. Remove "Records" if it appears in the name – use [[Universal Records|Universal]] instead of [[Universal Records]]. For multiple entries, see Notes[3] for details.

writer[uredi kodo]

Use this field if the music and lyrics were written by one person or, in the case of multiple writers, where a separate lyricist and composer have not been clearly identified by a reliable source. Do not use this field if the |composer= and |lyricist= fields are used. For multiple entries, see Notes[3] for details.

composer[uredi kodo]

The person(s) who composed the song's music, if different than the lyricist. If not differentiated in the article, use the |writer= field instead. For instrumentals, use this field only (in WP song articles, "song" (music with words) is not usually used to describe an "instrumental"). For multiple entries, see Notes[3] for details.

lyricist[uredi kodo]

The person(s) who wrote the lyrics, if different than the song's composer. If not differentiated in the article, use the |writer= field instead. For multiple entries, see Notes[3] for details.

producer[uredi kodo]

Enter the name of the person(s) credited as the actual record producer(s). Do not include those listed as executive, co-, additional, vocal, etc., producers, unless a reliable source identifies their contribution as substantially the same as the main producers. These should be included in the article body or track listings rather than be listed here. For multiple entries, see Notes[3] for details.

chronology[uredi kodo]

This field and the following |prev_title= and |next_title= display the artist's immediate singles chronology. By leaving it blank, "The Artist singles chronology" is automatically displayed if any of the following fields are used. An alternative header may be displayed before the automatically produced "chronology", for example, The Artist American, The Artist UK singles, etc., produces "The Artist American chronology", "The Artist UK singles chronology", etc. Please note: if this field is used and a track listing is also wanted, it must be added using {{Extra track listing}}.

If |chronology= is blank, the first (English) letter of the artist name given in |artist= is automatically capitalized in the chronology header, so that band names starting with "The" appear as recommended in the Manual of Style. If the first letter of the artist's name is stylized in lower case, or if the first letter in the artist's name is not part of the English alphabet, enter the artist's name in |chronology= as you wish it to appear. For example:

  • |artist=letlive. should use |chronology=letlive. for it to also appear there in lower case.
  • |artist=Édith Piaf should use |chronology=Édith Piaf to prevent the letter "d" (the first English letter) from appearing in upper case.

prev_title[uredi kodo]

Enter the name of the artist's previous single. Quote marks will be added automatically;[1] link it if there is a WP article. Leave this blank if the artist has no previous single. For double A-sided singles, refer to the Chronology for double-A-side singles section below.

prev_year[uredi kodo]

Enter only the year the previous single was released. Following the WP date style guidelines, years should not be linked within the chronology section. Leave this field blank if there is no previous single.

next_title[uredi kodo]

Enter the name of the artist's next single, if applicable. Quote marks will be added automatically;[1] link it if there is a WP article.

next_year[uredi kodo]

Enter only the year the next single was issued, if applicable.

tracks[uredi kodo]

Several track listing options are available. See the Track listing examples section below for explanations and codes.

misc[uredi kodo]

This is not a space for miscellaneous information or comments. It allows for the use of subtemplates, including {{Extra chronology}}, {{Extra track listing}}, {{Extra album cover}}, {{Audio sample}}, and {{External music video}}. Please refer to the template pages for explanations on their use.

Track listing examples[uredi kodo]

Not all infoboxes should include album track listings. Articles about traditional or historical songs might not focus on a particular recording, so details about a later rendition, including album releases, are inappropriate for an infobox. Additionally, there may already be an album track listing with links to other songs in a navigation template or navbox at the end of the article. These include an album navbox (for example, {{Thriller (album)}}), an artist song navbox ({{Rihanna songs}}), or an artist navbox that includes songs ({{Robert Johnson}}).

An album track listing may be added to infobox song as long as the following criteria are met: 1) the article does not have a navbox in which the song appears; and 2) a majority of the album's songs are linked to WP articles. Currently, three different approaches to listing album tracks are found in infobox song.

Track listing using a separate sub-template[uredi kodo]

"The Song"
Pesem the Artist
iz albuma That Album
Izdanoapril 1, 2020 (2020-04-01)
PosnetoJanuary 1–10, 2020
StudioRecord Plant, New York City
SlogContemporary R&B
Dolžina3:01
ZaložbaColumbia
Komponist(i)The Artist
Producent(i)The Producer
That Album track listing
Predloga:Rumours tracks

If a separate album track listing sub-template has been created, it may be added to the |tracks= of the infobox. Using such a template may be more convenient for multi-disc albums or those with many tracks. A header with the album name will be automatically generated, along with the number of tracks. The song title will not be linked, but will appear in bold.

The example to the right uses {{Rumours tracks}} to demonstrate. To see its use in actual song infobox, click on the song links. Please note, if a singles chronology is also used in the infobox (|prev_title=, etc.), {{Extra track listing}} must be used in the |misc= field (refer to that Template:Extra track listing#Usage for the code and explanation).

Track listing using the hidden template[uredi kodo]

"The Song"
Pesem the Artist
iz albuma That Album
Izdanoapril 1, 2020 (2020-04-01)
PosnetoJanuary 1–10, 2020
StudioRecord Plant, New York City
SlogContemporary R&B
Dolžina3:01
ZaložbaColumbia
Komponist(i)The Artist
Producent(i)The Producer
That Album track listing

A second option does not require a separate album track listing sub-template to be created. Instead, the {{Hidden}} template is placed directly into the infobox in the |tracks= field, then the tracks are listed. This may be copied and added to other songs infoboxes from the same album.

The example to the right uses this approach. To see its use in actual infoboxes, click on the song titles. Also, please note that if a singles chronology is also used in the infobox (|prev_title=, etc.), {{Extra track listing}} must be used in the |misc= field (refer to that Template:Extra track listing#Usage for the code and explanation).

Code

{{Infobox song
...
| tracks        = {{Hidden
 | title        = 
 | text         = 
# 
# 
# etc.
}}
title
Enter the number of tracks, such as "10 tracks". A header will be generated automatically, for example "That Album track listing".
text
In this field, add the album tracks, using # to generate a sequential numbering. The song titles should be in "quotes", with the article track also in bold. Link any track that has its own WP article, except for when the song is the subject of the article.
For multi-disc CDs, subheadings for "Disc one", "Disc two", etc. may be included. Similarly, subheadings such as "Side one" or "Side A" may be added for LP records and EPs. To ensure that the track numbering continues sequentially after a subheading (rather than starting again at "1"), use <li value="x"> where "x"=the next track number.

Code

{{Infobox song
...
| tracks        = {{Hidden
 | title        = 
 | text         = 
'''Disc one'''
# 
# 
# etc.
'''Disc two'''
#<li value=>
# 
# 
# etc.
}}

Chronology for double-A-side singles[uredi kodo]

"The Single"
single the Artist
iz albuma That Album
A-stran"Other Side" (double A-side)
Izdanoapril 1, 2020 (2020-04-01)
PosnetoJanuary 1–10, 2020
StudioRecord Plant, New York City
SlogContemporary R&B
Dolžina3:01
ZaložbaColumbia
Komponist(i)The Artist
Producent(i)The Producer
The Artist double A-side
"Last Single" / "Last Other"
(2019)
"The Single" / "Other Side"
(2020)
"Next Single" / "Next Other"
(2021)

Code:

{{Infopolje Pesem
...
| A-side        = 
| chronology    = 
| prev_title    = 
| prev_title2   = 
| prev_year     = 
| title2        = 
| next_title    = 
| next_title2   = 
| next_year     = 
}}
A-side
Enter the name of the second- or flip-side of the current or article title.
chronology
Use this field to provide an alternative header to the automatically generated "The Artist singles chronology". Enter The Artist double A-side singles to display "The Artist double A-side singles chronology", etc.
prev_title
Enter the name of the previous single. If it has a WP article, add a link.
prev_title2
If the previous is a double A-side single, enter the name of the previous single second- or flip-side and link as appropriate.
prev_year
Enter only the year the previous single was released.
title2

If it is a double A-side single, enter the name of the second- or flip-side of current or article title. (The current or article title with be automatically generated with quotes and in bold and will appear as the first of the two; the year is also generated from the |released= year date.)

next_title
Enter the name of the next single. If it has a article, add a link.
next_title2
Enter the name of the second-or flip side of next-single, if it is a double-A. Link as appropriate.
next_year
Enter only the year the next single was released.

Notes[uredi kodo]

  1. 1,0 1,1 1,2 1,3 If any details besides the actual song title (country, etc.) are added, quote marks need to be added manually to the song title. Additionally, for |A-side= and |B-side=, quote marks need to be added for each title if there is more than one.
  2. 2,0 2,1 2,2 2,3 2,4 For multiple entries, this parameter uses class=plainlist. Format the items as a normal bulleted list; don't use other list templates or <br/>. For example:
    | studio =
    *First item
    *Second item
    *Third item

    will be displayed as a vertical unbulleted list:

    Studio   
    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
  3. 3,0 3,1 3,2 3,3 3,4 3,5 3,6 For short horizontal lists of two or three items, comma separators are acceptable, but for longer lists the use of the class=hlist is preferred as it offers a benefit to users of screen readers (see Wikipedia:Accessibility for more information on Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). To use it, format the items as a normal bulleted list; don't use other list templates or <br/>. For example:
    | genre =
    *Item one
    *Item two
    *Item three

    will be displayed as a horizontal list separated by middots:

    Genre   
    • Item one
    • Item two
    • Item three
  4. 4,0 4,1 As per RfC "Naming countries in infoboxes": When identifying a location, city or region in the United States or United Kingdom, the preferred approach is to use the country abbreviations allowed by MOS:ACRO, such as "Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S." and "Cardiff, Wales, UK", rather than spelling out the full country name. Avoid using abbreviations for states or provinces in all nations. New Hampshire rather than NH, New South Wales rather than NSW, or British Columbia rather than BC (see MOS:POSTABBR). Cities such as New York City and London may be rendered as "New York City, U.S." and "London, UK" or simply "New York City" and "London". Also, these should not be linked when the context makes it clear (see MOS:OVERLINK). If only the country name is included, it may be written out in full.

Short description[uredi kodo]

This template generates an automatic short description of the form YYYY [type] by [artist] under certain conditions, when it appears once in an article in the lead, |artist= is defined, and datum izdaje (P577) is defined on Wikidata. A manually entered short description will override the automatic one. If an article can generate a satisfactory automatic description, any preexisting manual description may be deleted.

TemplateData[uredi kodo]

TemplateData documentation used by VisualEditor and other tools
Glejte mesečno poročilo o uporabi parametrov za to predlogo.

TemplateData za Infopolje Pesem

An infobox for songs

Parametri predloge

ParameterOpisVrstaStanje
Namename Name title

The name or title of the song.

Privzeto
(PAGENAME)
Nizzahtevano
Covercover Cover image

An appropriate image, such as a sheet music or single picture sleeve cover.

Zgled
A file name, without the File: <NAME.jpg>
Nizizbirno
Cover_sizecover_size Cover size cover size

brez opisa

Nizizbirno
Altalt Alt

Alternative text for the cover image, to describe it to visually impaired readers.

Nizizbirno
Borderborder Border

Set to yes to put a 1 pixel border around the image.

Nizizbirno
Captioncaption Caption

Caption for the image; this will overwrite automatically generated <"Song" cover> when a file is added to the "caption" field

Zgled
Sheet music cover, 1920.
Nizizbirno
Typetype Type

Specify "song", "single", "Instrumental", "Composition", etc. This generates the header and color.

Nizpredlagano
Artistartist Artist original_artist

The name of the artist.

Nizpredlagano
Albumalbum Album from_album from Album

The name of the album on which the song originally appeared.

Nizizbirno
EPEP

The name of the EP on which the song originally appeared. Only use album or EP; both will not be displayed.

Nizizbirno
Languagelanguage Language

Only if the song is not in English, indicate the language.

Nizizbirno
English titleEnglish_title english_title

The English translation of the name of the song, if it is in another language.

Nizizbirno
A-sideA-side a-side

For singles: the name of A-side of the current or title single.

Nizizbirno
B-sideB-side b-side

For singles: the name of the B-side of the current or title single. Only one of the fields 'A-side' or 'B-side' should be used.

Nizizbirno
Writtenwritten Written

The date the song was written; this is usually used for songs created before music publishing or recording

Nizizbirno
Publishedpublished Published

The date the song was published; this is usually used for songs created before the rise of music recording

Nizizbirno
Releasedreleased Released

For recorded music: The earliest known date of commercial release, using a single occurrence, using {{Start date}}. For April 1, 2015, enter {{Start date|2015|04|01}}.

Nizizbirno
Recordedrecorded Recorded

The date(s) the song was recorded.

Nizizbirno
Studiostudio Studio

If the song was recorded in a recording studio, enter the name and location.

Nizizbirno
Venuevenue Venue

For live recordings, include the name of the venue (concert hall, stadium, etc.) and location.

Nizizbirno
Genregenre Genre

The genre(s) that best describes the song. This must not be original research, and should be stated and referenced in the article.

Nizpredlagano
Lengthlength Length

The length of the song, using {{Duration}}. To display 3 minutes 45 seconds as 3:45, enter {{Duration|m=3|s=45}}.

Številkaizbirno
Labellabel Label

The record company label which originally released the recording. Releases in other territories, different formats, reissues, etc., should be included in the body of the article, not in this field.

Nizizbirno
Songwriter/Writerwriter Writer songwriter Songwriter

The name of the person(s) credited with writing both the music and lyrics for the song. Where a separate lyricist and composer have been clearly identified by a reliable source, use the "composer" and "lyricist" fields instead.

Nizpredlagano
Composercomposer Composer

The name of the person(s) who composed the song's music, if different than the lyricist. If not differentiated in the article, use the "songwriter/writer" field instead.

Nizizbirno
Lyricistlyricist Lyricist

The person(s) who wrote the lyrics, if different than the song's composer. If not differentiated in the article, use the "songwiter/writer" field instead.

Nizizbirno
Producerproducer Producer

The person(s) who is credited with the record production.

Nizizbirno
Chronologychronology Chronology

For singles: Header for the chronology section.

Privzeto
(Artist name) singles chronology
Nizizbirno
Prev_titleprev_title

The name of the previous single in the artist's chronolgy.

Nizizbirno
Prev_title2prev_title2

The name of the previous single in the artist's chronolgy.

Nizizbirno
Prev_yearprev_year

The year of the previous single in the artist's chronology.

Številkaizbirno
Titletitle

The name of the current or subject single.

Nizizbirno
Title2title2

For a double A-side single: the name of the second or flip-side of the current single in the artist's chronology.

Nizizbirno
Yearyear

To change the automatically generated year: the year of the single in the artist's chronology.

Številkaizbirno
Next_titlenext_title

The name of the next single in the artist's chronology.

Nizizbirno
Next_title2next_title2

For a double A-side single: the name of the second- or flip-side of the next single.

Nizizbirno
Next_yearnext_year

The year of the next single in the artist's chronology.

Številkaizbirno
Trackstracks Tracks

To add a full-album track listing.

Nizizbirno
Prev_trackprev_track

brez opisa

Nizzastarelo
Track_notrack_no

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Next_tracknext_track

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Miscmisc Misc

To add extra subtemplates, such as {{Extra chronology}}, {{Extra track listing}}, {{Extra album cover}}, {{Audio sample}}, etc.

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ISWCISWC

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Commentcomment Comment

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Prevprev

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Prev_noprev_no

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Nextnext

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Next_nonext_no

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Formatformat Format

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Tracking categories[uredi kodo]

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