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Category Archives: Legal Woes

Ratt is back for more, but without Bobby Blotzer

Posted by on November 30, 2016

  Of all the ’80s hair metal bands, Ratt is one that’s stood the test of time, at least kind of. It’s hard to deny that “Round and Round” is an epic jam, as are “Back For More,” “Lay It Down” and hell, there’s enough that there’s an unofficial holiday, Ratturday, in which people we […]

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Motley Sue: Band seeking $30m from Crue, alleging mistreatment

Posted by on November 8, 2016

It’s been almost a year since Motley Crue decided to call it a day and perform their final show in Los Angeles, CA, ending  34 years of music and debauchery. If you spend 10 minutes watching footage of their wild years or any of the documentaries, you know the guys were a wild bunch, but […]

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Harry Shearer: This is Spinal Tap…’s lawsuit

Posted by on October 18, 2016

1984 mockumentary This is Spinal Tap is required viewing for anyone in a band. The Rob Reiner-directed film about the waning days of a hapless heavy metal band is hysterical and much of it still holds true today. The film’s stars, Harry Shearer, Christopher Guest and Michael McKean co-created the film and also wrote and played […]

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Ozzy Osbourne’s former mistress makes falsehood allegations against him

Posted by on October 3, 2016

Remember how earlier this year, everyone found out about The Osbourne marriage coming to an end due to Ozzy Osbourne’s affair with hair stylist Michelle Pugh? A lot of things have happened ever since, including Kelly Osbourne’s public blast against Pugh, Ozzy getting treatment for sex addiction and even the reconciliation between Sharon and Ozzy. […]

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Today in label lawsuits; Victory refutes ADTR claims, Davey Suicide slams StandBy

Posted by on August 15, 2016

  In a perfect world, when a label signs a band, they promote and distribute their music, more people find out about the band, everyone buys, downloads or streams the album, and both the band and the label get rich. Of course, that’s kind of few and far between, as more artists fail than not, […]

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