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Topic: Rolling Stones Request for Royalty Audit Declined Return to archive
November 12th, 2004 08:27 AM
moy Rolling Stones Request for Royalty Audit Declined

1 hour, 27 minutes ago

Entertainment - Reuters Celebrity/Gossip

LONDON (Reuters) - The High Court in London has turned down an attempt by the Rolling Stones to force an audit of their former record label Decca Music Group to unearth what the band claims are unpaid royalties.



Mr Justice Pumfrey ruled on Friday that under a decades-old agreement between the band and Decca, now a unit of Vivendi's Universal Music, disputes over royalties should be referred to arbitration, not dealt with in the courts.

The Rolling Stones' complaint stems from their popular "40 Licks" greatest hits compilation, which included a number of early hits like "Paint It Black" and "Sympathy for the Devil," for which Decca holds the rights.
November 12th, 2004 06:44 PM
Soldatti Bad luck Mick...