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Thursday, 09 January 2003 ,  Written by Jessica Amen
A litigation settlement that would enable consumers who bought musical products (CD, cassette and vinyl) between January 1, 1995 and December 22, 2000, to receive between $5 and $20 compensation is currently in the process of going to court in the United States District Court for the District of Maine. The Plaintiff claims that record companies conspired to artificially raise the price of musical products during this time, costing the consumer and putting more money in the pockets of record producers and music executives. A Fairness Hearing will be held on May 22, 2003 at 10 a.m. in Portland, Maine to determine whether or not the settlement should be approved, claims dismissed, application of counsel fees and reimbursement of costs should be approved and the plan of distribution for the Settlement Fund. If you bought one or more musical products between January 1, 1995 and December 22, 2000, you may file a claim and receive up to ...
Tuesday, 07 January 2003 ,  Written by
Green Day front man Billy Joe Armstrong was reportedly arrested Sunday, after being pulled over just before 1/a.m. in Berkeley, California, for drunk driving. Police pulled him over for speeding in his black BMW convertible, according to Berkeley Police spokesperson Mary Kusmiss, and failed sobriety and breathalyzer test. The popular punk icon was “very cooperative” and did not inform authorities of his celebrity, said Kusmiss. Armstrong was taken to jail and booked for misdemeanor drunk driving and later released on $1,200 bail. Armstrong will be arraigned later this month.
Thursday, 26 December 2002 ,  Written by
Joe Strummer, the frontman and guitarist of the influential punk band, The Clash died on Monday. The cause according to an autopsy was a sudden heart attack. Strummer was 50 and is survived my his wife Lucinda, two daughters and a step daughter. Strummer was working on a new tune for a Nelson Mandela SOS Concert with U2 vocalist, Bono, at the time of his death. Strummer’s wife asked for donations to the Mandela SOS concert in place of flowers. Sources:,
Thursday, 21 November 2002 ,  Written by
Responding to reports that Mexico’s Supreme Court is moving some of its operations to a different part of the city because music from pirate CD vendors was too loud, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) called on Mexican President Vincente Fox and his government to "clean up the streets" of pirated music.
Thursday, 10 October 2002 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
New York state officials have officially denied parole for Mark David Chapman, the man who shot John Lennon outside the Dakota building on Manhattan's Upper West Side on December 8, 1980. The parole board determined that Chapman’s premeditated action was so cold and calculated that he is still a threat to society. The decision came yesterday on what would have been Lennon’s 62nd birthday. The 47-year-old Chapman is in Attica serving 20 years to life for the murder.
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