Hello! This is a place for you to ask for threads to be moved into or out of Comeback Corner and to clarify the rules. There's an element of subjectivity in determining who needs to be in this subforum and we don't all watch every thread, so please try and put any requests into this thread so that we can keep on top of them. To prevent inconsistent decisions, the mods had a chat about how we see Comeback Corner and what belongs in it. Comeback Corner is not: a place for acts that just haven’t released anything for a while (provided it's less than 10 years) but haven’t actually ‘retired’ or broken up (e.g. Goldfrapp, Rihanna, All Saints, Christina Aguilera) a place for acts that are still releasing but don't have the same public profile any more due to being older and/or less popular (e.g. No Angels, En Vogue, the Pussycat Dolls, Dubstar) for album-specific threads relating to albums that have finished their promotion cycles (those threads remain in P&J but are locked once their promotion cycles have ended or a new album has been released, and further discussion of those older albums then goes into the act's General Discussion thread) Comeback Corner is: for General Discussion threads for acts who have died and are not in the middle of a posthumous release cycle for a new studio album (e.g. Whitney Houston, George Michael, Aaliyah, Viola Beach) for General Discussion threads for acts who have said they are no longer making music, have otherwise actively stepped back from making music, or have simply not released any music either as a lead or a featured artist for ten years or longer (e.g. Britney Spears, Billie Piper, Billy Joel, Phil Collins) for other threads relating to acts who fall into one of the above two categories (e.g. "Forgotten late 90s/early 00s bops") As it wasn't necessarily consistent before, some of our previous decisions will not have followed the above but we're moving threads around now to fit these rules. If you see a thread that is in the wrong subforum based on the rules above, please post here.