Lawsuit Results in Music Library Doesn't Really Need

Submitted by Ieleen on Sun, 07/25/2004 - 21:15

The La Crosse, WI Public Library received 1,200 free music CDs as a result of a nationwide music industry settlement in a price-fixing lawsuit, but as has been reported with other libraries, two-thirds of what they received is useless to them. "The library received 18 boxes of duplicate copies of many of the selections, such as eight copies of Shawn Colvin's "Whole New You," seven copies of Handel's "Messiah," 15 copies of Samantha Mumba's "Gotta Tell You" and a box and a half of Everclear's "Songs from an American Movie."
Director Kelly Sigman said, "it's difficult not to come to the conclusion that the CDs were the companies attempt to clear their warehouses.
"I really don't think I need more than one copy of a 2-year-old album." Read More.