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Quote from: rowjimmy on August 25, 2015, 11:19:15 AMYou're entitled to your opinion but I'm going to laugh at it.
Quote from: Caravan2001 on June 11, 2019, 12:40:33 PMI read the NYT article. What a disaster. So sad. Pretty much every Chess master :|
QuoteSteely Dan and Nirvana joined other artists are reacting to the news that their master recordings were among more than 100,000 destroyed in a 2008 fire.Following yesterday's The New York Times report on the massive quantities of tapes lost in the Universal Studio blaze, Universal Music Group issued a statement disputing the severity of the incident, although it didn't directly address the matter of what material was lost.Meanwhile, artists who may have been affected said that they were hoping to be given more details. Former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic said he believed his band's tapes were "gone forever."
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