The Null Device

Vivendi Universal takes its brand of Pimp-Style Artist Management(SM) online, as its newly-acquired subsidiary MP3.com drops Analog Pussy, one of its most successful acts, and confiscates its CD sales revenue, citing unnamed "suspicious activitles" and refusing to elaborate. The fact that Analog Pussy was (a) successful and (b) already signed to an independent label has suggested to many observers that they were an early victim of a cull of MP3.com artists not useful to Universal's strategic vision.

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