Tuesday, December 25, 2012

The 2012 inch remix: June

Which organisation made the greatest contribution to music this year? Delta Airlines, who lost Ed Sheeran's guitars.

In a bid to try and stay afloat, HMV offloaded its venues business. Plans to tour the finalists from The Voice fell apart due to lack of interest.

Briefly, Elvis' crypt was on sale. Briefly, Ringo Starr's house was saved again.

Ween split, but forgot to let each other know. Hundred Reasons split with such force, Cable got back together briefly as a result.

In the war between Morrissey and the NME, Morrissey won. In a battle between Dio and Westboro Baptist "Church", Dio won. Elsewhere, the French Front National threatened to sue Madonna over suggestions that their fascism was somehow fascist.

The Stone Roses tried to snaffle photographers' copyright.

Tesco bought We7. Samsung announced an iTunes killer which looked a lot like a fridge. Because it was a fridge. Ping did die, though.

Billy Corgan pronounced music dead, killed by the internet. Shirley Manson saw signs of life.

Usher thinks he's in with a chance of an Oscar.

[Part of the 2012 inch remix]

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