Sunday, October 24, 2004

IT'S TONY SOPRANO'S FIELD, OF COURSE: Despite being surprised and puzzled by the action, Wide Hive Records have settled a case brought by a garbage firm. Sunset Scavenger - a rubbish hauling firm from California - suggested that their business was being harmed by DJ Zeph's album which shared their name. Wide Hive CEO Gregory Howe didn't believe for a moment that the garbage company had a case, but not relishing pumping cash into defending the action elected to settle instead.


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