Yanked off the MTV site not long after it appeared, they claimed that there was no pressure from the labels to take this down even though they did admit that they got heat from some artists’ management. Ah, the magic of the Net to let you see articles you weren’t supposed to see… Thanks to Punknews.org, see Things that Suck here. Too bad as this is the kind of edgy, in-your-face honesty that would draw users and eyeballs to their site.
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