Saturday, November 13, 2004

THE COURTS DON'T LIKE THE AULD GUYS: While Rod's having to find extra cash, the Rolling Stones have been rebuffed by the High Court. The Stones reckon that Decca diddled them out of cash on songs they recorded in the sixties and wanted to be allowed to audit the accounts of the label, now part of Vivendi. The Court said no, but it looks like the Stones, who believe they're owed millions, are thinking of appealing.

We must stress, though, that you shouldn't allow this to cloud your judgement when the RIAA and its yipping poodles around the globe insist they're only suing ten year old boys to ensure the artists get the money they deserve.