Cover ArtEdit

If 'Stuck on Fuckin' You' isn't a single (or even on the album), then why is there a cover art for it?

Moicoiloi 06:19, December 25, 2011 (UTC)

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Deal with it honey. It's THE cover *wink*

??? Moicoiloi 06:39, December 25, 2011 (UTC)

You're right that it isn't a single, but it's technically released as it came from Gaga herself, which is considered a 'credible source'. Although, we're still trying to decided whether to consider it released or unreleased, chances are we're leaving it as the latter, but in regards to the cover art, it was released along with the song via the YouTube video, meaning that it was made by her/the Haus, thus making it official, which is why it's on the page.
hEyyy XxMjF 08:02, December 25, 2011 (UTC)

Yea, I know that it is official, I knew that all along (because I watched it on youtube), but I was just curious as to why their is a cover. :),

also, just another question., Do you suggest that I keep my copy of 'Stuck on Fuckin' You' in iTunes under the album "Born This Way" or should I keep it in my compilation album of "Unreleased Songs"?, Because it is kind of both, It is a song from born This Way, But it wasnt released on Born this Way, but it was released by gaga! it is a bit confusing. So it is kind of a "Unreleased Released Born This Way Song"!

or maybe I could keep it under the label 'Stuck On Fukin' You - Single'?, anyway, just let me know what you think would be best :)

Moicoiloi 08:11, December 25, 2011 (UTC)

Well, I would probably go with either the single or the unreleased collection. To be honest I would consider it some form of single since it has it's own cover and technical release. Just not under the label. But all in all, your iTunes, your preference.
hEyyy XxMjF 08:24, December 25, 2011 (UTC) 12:54, December 25, 2011 (UTC)
i think the song would still be classed as unreleased.. when gaga tweeted she said that she is leaking the song, not releasing it.. it cant be bought from itunes or found on a cd either which makes it unreleased :)
One reason why it would be considered released is cause every released track is unreleased at one point in time. Granted this song is considered "leaked by Gaga", it still comes from her as a gift. Artists will upload personal songs to various outlets, but in the specific cases I'm thinking of, the songs are then considered released. A few of us at the Gagapedia will discuss the title of this song's stance and when we reach a conclusion, it'll be announced on the page.
hEyyy XxMjF 17:09, December 25, 2011 (UTC)
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