Label Remixes NIN Site Plans

(Contact Music) Nine Inch Nails have been forced to scrap plans for an official website to showcase fans' remixes of their songs, because the band's record company refuse to have any involvement in the project.

Frontman Trent Reznor hoped to create a site where their devotees could listen to new tracks from the band's forthcoming remix album - but his plans had to be halted as Universal Records are currently locked in a legal battle with video-sharing sites YouTube and MySpace for breach of copyright.

Universal, which owns the rights to Nine Inch Nails' material, is suing Internet giants Google - owners of YouTube - and MySpace's parent company - News Corp, for allowing copyrighted videos and music to be uploaded onto their sites. The ongoing legal wrangling means Reznor has been banned from creating his own site to share songs with fans because it could prove to be detrimental to the case. - more on this story

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