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Friday, July 8, 2005

Scrap over pop Pope disk

In the modern world there's a market for nearly anything, a fact illustrated by the licensing battle going on over a CD featuring celebrity readings (by, among others, Britney Spears, James Earl Jones, Faith Hill, and N'Sync), of prayers written by Pope John Paul II.  One of those who claims the rights to the disk is Quadree El-Amin, former manager of Janet "Wardrobe Malfunction" Jackson.

The whole story, from The Reporter, is here.

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