Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Fans download more than 250,000 tracks from Universal

copyright Revolution UK
by Danielle Long
published October 18, 2006

LONDON - European music fans have downloaded more than 250,000 tracks since Universal Music launched its download-only reissue programme in February.

The digital catalogue of previously out-of-print recordings by European artists was the first step in a multi-year drive to reinstate more than 100,000 European deleted recordings.

The initial offering comprised of more than 3,000 out-of-print tracks from the Universal Music Group's catalogue in the UK, France and Germany. The tracks were made available through online music services in 20 countries.



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