Report: Stone Temple Pilots respond to lawsuit filed by Atlantic records…

Stone Temple Pilots, the band themselves responded back publicily to the lawsuit filed by Atlantic Records, a longtime record label that has signed plenty of legendary acts on it’s roster including Led Zeppelin and others. Atlantic sued two members of the band Scott Weiland and drummer Eric Kretz. Dean and Robert Deleo were not sued. Scott and Eric are both being accused of trying to end their contract early with the label.

The band defended themselves by saying the label were discussing positive things about Stone Temple Pilots and says that this is the reason that today’s music industry is falling apart with more and more iconic bands parting ways with major labels.

Reuters reports:

http://www.reuters.com/article/entertainmentNews/idUSN1344720020080613?pageNumber=1&virtualBrandChannel=0

What a bunch of assholes Atantic are, I’m on the Stone Temple Pilots side all the way. Atlantic will lose this, they have to prove how the band is trying to leave the label and Atlantic can’t prove that.

Kev

 

2 thoughts on “Report: Stone Temple Pilots respond to lawsuit filed by Atlantic records…”

  1. It’s stuff like this that never accomplishes anything. If the band try to get their recordings released by another label, Atlantic sues with some sort of injuction to put a hold on the record. In the end, the fans are the ones who lose. Not the band, not the label, the fans. Nobody ever thinks of the fans.

  2. It’s stuff like this that never accomplishes anything. If the band try to get their recordings released by another label, Atlantic sues with some sort of injuction to put a hold on the record. In the end, the fans are the ones who lose. Not the band, not the label, the fans. Nobody ever thinks of the fans.

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