Thursday, November 28, 2002

Backstreet's back

Trouble in store for Zomba, already having been sold for way over the odds; now the label is being sued for USD75million by the Backstreet Boys.

In a fairly complex complaint, the band reckon the label were more interested in faffing about with a Nick Carter solo album, thereby causing the Backstreets to miss out on a USD5M bonus for completion of an album on schedule, and that bosses had no interest in any of their suggestions artistically. Thats a hard call - record company execs or Backstreet Boys. Who'd vision of loveliness would you rather live in?

But while the Boys are moaning about what their company did for them, they may also want to have a word about where they were targetting advertising for them, as this screenshot demonstrates:

Surely that's not what they meant by backstreet boys, is it?

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