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In today's CMU Daily:
- UK independents call on Office Of Fair Trading to stop chart revamp
- Mother takes to the stand: Jacko trial update
- Russell Simmons launches new joint venture with Island Def Jam
- Apple: good financials, iTunes expansion
- Dimebag killer had attacked guitarist before
- Single Review: People In Planes - Talking Heads
- Doherty to appear at Burns festival
- Carl Barat worries about milkman
- Rakes tour
- Zephaniah writes Ozzy poem
- AOL Yahoo Universal rumours
- Single Review: Freemasons - Love On My Mind
- Unseen Joy Division photo exhibit
- Best of At The Drive In
- Glastonbury fans act to stop ticket touts
- Timerlake to re-shoot scenes after movie gets new real life ending
- Foxy Brown denies attack
- Chuck Berry collaborator dies
- Emap Performance split
- Christie likely to top combined chart
- Album Review: The National - Alligator
- Outkast Big Boi to buy extra house to accommodate cars
- Imbruglia marriage trouble rumours circulate
- Simpson's husband not happy with marriage trouble rumours

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UK INDEPENDENTS CALL ON OFFICE OF FAIR TRADING TO STOP CHART REVAMP
The campaign to postpone the revamp of the singles chart was stepping up yesterday as the Association Of Independent Music made an official complaint to the country's Office Of Fair Trading, arguing that going through with the revamp at this stage gave an unfair advantage to the major and large record labels.

As previously reported at length, as of this Sunday UK chart bosses will incorporate the sales of downloads from platforms like Napster and iTunes into the weekly singles chart, following the lead of the US industry who incorporated download statistics into its main singles chart earlier this year. However, some in the British independent sector say it is too early to introduce download data into the main chart because some labels are yet to have their music stocked by iTunes, by far the biggest seller of downloads in the UK. Many of those labels yet to be included in the iTunes catalogue blame Apple for the delay.

The BPI, who own half of the company that compiles the chart, initially shared those concerns and pushed back the original revamp date from Mar into Apr. However they now say they are happy that the music industry is ready for a combined download and CD sales singles chart. But the Association Of Independent Music do not agree, and with chart bosses seemingly not willing to budge on the issue, they are asking the OFT to intervene on unfair competition grounds.

AIM boss Alison Wenham told UK trade magazine Music Week: "Like everyone else, I'm keen to see download data included, but at the moment the whole supply chain is insufficiently developed. It's like giving birth to a premature baby."

The OFT is expected to make a decision as to whether to get involved in the next 24 hours.

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MOTHER TAKES TO THE STAND: JACKO TRIAL UPDATE
The mother of Gavin Arvizo, the boy making the latest set of child abuse allegations against Michael Jackson, took to the witness stand yesterday. She is an important witness because Jacko's defence are essentially blaming the whole thing on her - alleging Arvizo has persuaded her two sons to make allegations against Jackson as part of a money making scam.

Questioned initially by the prosecution, a tearful Janet Arvizo explained how Gavin and Michael Jackson became friends during the former's treatment for cancer. She said that her family's relationship with Jacko changed dramatically after the screening of Martin Bashir's now legendary Jackson documentary, in which the singer was seen holding hands with Gavin, and during which he admitted to sharing his bed with children. Mrs Arvizo says that shortly after the documentary was screened in the UK Jackson told her that her children were in danger, and that death threats had been made against them. Arvizo: "He told me that [Gavin] was in danger and there had to be a press conference because of this Bashir man". She says that Michael then flew the family to Miami for a news conference that never took place. It was after that, of course, that the prosecution say the family was taken to Jackson's Neverland Ranch and held hostage until they agreed to make a video clearing his name. As an aside, Mrs Arvizo says that on that flight to Miami she saw Jackson licking her son's head, but admitted she never said anything about it at the time.

Janet Arvizo is yet to face Jacko's defence team, who will be keen to position her as dodgy character who has used the celebrity connections she made through her son's illness to make money. They will also be keen to bring up a previous case where Arvizo made molestation allegations against a security guard at a high street store - that store reached an out of court settlement with the family.

However, in their bid to position Arvizo as a money grabber, defence lawyers will not be able to bring up allegations that she has been taking welfare payments to which she is not entitled Before Mrs Arvizo would take to the witness stand she insisted that those allegations must not brought up in court, pleading the Fifth Amendment. After much debate among the legal types on both sides, Judge Rodney Melville told the jury that the allegations would not be discussed in the court room, adding that the jury should not let the allegations affect their judgement.

The case continues.

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RUSSELL SIMMONS LAUNCHES NEW JOINT VENTURE WITH ISLAND DEF JAM
Hip hop mogul Russell Simmons has completed a deal with the record label he co-founded twenty years ago to set up a new music company. LA Reid, chairman of Universal division Island Def Jam, yesterday confirmed he has entered a joint venture with the Def Jam co-founder which will be known as the Russell Simmons Music Group. Simmons will head up the new company, though Def Jam A&R executive Tony Austin will run its day to day operations. Simmons will also act as a consultant to IDJ as part of the deal.

Announcing the deal, Reid told reporters: "Russell Simmons is one of the guiding spirits and musical godfathers of hip hop in America and around the world. He is a forward-thinking innovator with a profound awareness of every nuance that the movement is going through. It has always been my intention to structure a situation that would keep Russell in the Island Def Jam family, and I am proud that we will be able to continue to accomplish our goals together."

Simmons added: "The reason I'm back in the music business is because I'm inspired by the wonderful opportunity to work again directly with LA Reid and [new Def Jam boss] Jay-Z. The opportunity to develop, help and protect young artists as they seek out their own truth deep inside of them and to express that truth to a world that's thirsty for the genius of hip-hop and pop culture, is a blessing of a lifetime."

The new company's first releases will come from Reverend Run (Simmons' brother Joseph Simmons and one half of seminal hip hop duo Run DMC) and a three-sister R&B group called Buddafly.

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APPLE: GOOD FINANCIALS, ITUNES EXPANSION
Another good day for Apple shareholders. The computer firm, who have been somewhat unstoppable since the launch of the iPod, yesterday reported record results for its fiscal second quarter, which ended on 26 Mar. The company made a net profit of $290 million, up from $46 million for the same period the previous year. Revenues were up 70% to $3.24 billion. The sale of 5.3 million iPods in the quarter, a 558% increase on the same quarter last year, will have had a lot to do with the record profits. Commenting on the financials, Apple bosses said simply: "Apple is firing on all cylinders".

Elsewhere in Apple news, speculation is rife as to where iTunes will launch next. Australia, Japan and Norway are all rumoured to be high up the priority list. As previously reported, some in the Australian music industry are criticising the major labels for not making enough music available to home grown download platforms hindering the growth of the digital music sector there and, some argue, aiding the continuing growth of illegal P2P file sharing. They hope that, given iTunes global dominance, they might be able to kick start the download space in Oz. Whether Apple would be able to do that in Japan remains to be seen. The boss of Apple Japan, Yoshiaki Sakito, has indicated he hopes to launch iTunes there within the year, but the Japanese record labels seem to be the most resistant to making music available to any download platforms.

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DIMEBAG KILLER HAD ATTACKED GUITARIST BEFORE
The man who killed heavy metal guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott and three others at a Damageplan gig in Ohio last Dec had previously had an onstage fight with the guitarist. The fight took place last Apr at a gig in Cincinnati. Nathan Gale jumped on stage during a Damageplan show, attacking Abbott and causing about $1800 in damage to lights and other equipment in the process. He was removed from the stage by police and the gig continued. The band chose not to press charges because they did not want to return to Cincinnati for any resulting court hearings.

Eight months later Gale rushed on stage with a handgun and shot Abbot dead, then killing three other people who tried to intervene. Gale himself was then shot dead by a police officer. Friends of Gale, who his mother revealed had been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, said he was a fan of Abbott's former band Pantera and he blamed Abbot for them splitting up. He then later accused Pantera of stealing songs from him.

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SINGLE REVIEW: People In Planes - Talking Heads (Remote Control/Pinnacle)
People In Planes have done what Welsh bands do best - pleasant indie pop. Though that's not a bad thing, you won't find anything remarkable or cutting edge here. It's well produced, catchy and a very nice pop song. There's potential for a great live show, their passion is more than clear on the tracks. 'Talking Heads' has a harrowing undercurrent, spooky keyboards and guitars mix together with great effect. The song builds up and up, coming to a grandiose conclusion. Top marks for effort, slightly fewer for originality. FC
Release date: 4 Apr
Press contact: Impressive [all]

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DOHERTY TO APPEAR AT BURNS FESTIVAL
Pete Doherty is to appear at Scottish festival 'Burns An A' That', an Ayrshire event that celebrates the legacy of poet Robert Burns with a programme of music, poetry, art and literature. Doherty, a former child prodigy who won a poetry scholarship when he was sixteen, will recite some of his own work on 28 May at "an evening of explosive poetry and song." The former Libertine is among a line up of headline acts that also includes Lou Read, Mylo and Finley Quaye. The festival's director, Pete Irvine, says the festival, which runs from 20 - 29 May, is becoming increasingly successful, and said: "Our programme may be controversial or at least unpredictable, but it will appeal to a broad range of contemporary audiences."

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CARL BARAT WORRIES ABOUT MILKMAN
And talking of former Libertines, Carl Barat has spoken to NME about life after The Libertines. The singer, who signed a solo deal with Vertigo earlier in the year, has been avoiding the distractions of London in an effort to make time to work on that solo material. He said: "I've been going back and forth to Wales and various outposts in the country getting my head out of London, away from the various distractions and re-establishing what it is I'm writing about."

Barat also rejected suggestions that he might worry about living up to people's expectations, saying: "I get worried by things like my milkman getting paid on time! I can only do what I do and I always do my best - so it's kind of pointless worrying. But there's a lot of freedom just writing for yourself. I can write about beautiful things or I can get out some of that angst that I've always wanted to hide in the past. There's a lot of honest self reflection going on."

He continued: "I've had to retune myself, the past three years has been whirlwind, a real battle," he explained. "I found it hard to write on the road and balancing out so much politics, so many worries about what Pete's doing and I've spent the last three years tearing my hair out. What I did in Wales was get back in tune with myself. I was writing because I wanted to write rather than because people were asking me if I've got any good new songs yet."

On the new album: "It's possible that the album might be out by the end of the year, it's important for me to not to brood for too long. Inevitably I'm going to start playing what I've got at some little secret gigs here and there. I want to meet lots of musicians. I want to be around people and play for the sake of playing."

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RAKES TOUR
The Rakes, who are currently recording their debut album and release a new single, 'Retreat' on Monday have just kicked off a UK tour. Dates are as follows:

14 Apr: London Astoria (with Bloc Party)
20 Apr: Bournemouth The Old Fire Station
22 Apr: Southampton Joiners
23 Apr: Hull Welly Club
24 Apr: Liverpool Barfly
25 Apr: Stratford Cox's Club
26 Apr: Sheffield Fez Club
27 Apr: Shrewsbury The Albert
28 Apr: Oxford The Zodiac
29 Apr: Preston 53 Degrees

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ZEPHANIAH WRITES OZZY POEM
And talking of poetry, which we were a while back, Poet Benjamin Zephaniah has written a poem about The Osbourne family in honour of the last episode of the family's reality TV show, which will be broadcast on MTV this Sunday.

"I thought it was only fitting to put pen to paper and write them a fitting ode," said the Birmingham born Zephaniah, "The challenge was to write a poem about a family that has become an alternative institution without it sounding too worthy, Ozzy's not just the Prince of Darkness, but he's bona fide Brummy royalty too."

"On the night I wrote the poem I was thinking about all the things that I loved and how much I would miss them if they went," he added.

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AOL YAHOO UNIVERSAL RUMOURS
With negotiations ongoing, rumour suggests that Universal Music Group may be very close to signing a deal with AOL and Yahoo! Music for the use of its music videos on their respective websites. As previously reported, both the online music services were forced to remove UMG video content from their sites at the start of Mar after Universal demanded that they make a pay per play deal or stop using their clips.

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SINGLE REVIEW: Freemasons - Love On My Mind (Loaded)
Summery dance smash anyone? No? Bored of the frankly unwanted promise of "the next Lola's Theme/Call On Me" yet? Genuinely scared of your airwaves being infested for another summer by a sickly sweet house-by-numbers track? Yes? Well, join the queue my friend, for it is long and distinguished. But unfortunately for you and I, a British summer without a radio-friendly pseudo-house record to call its own, is about as likely as it is for Shapeshifters to write anything remotely original ever again. In fact, I won't even describe this track because I firmly believe that you have either heard it already, or can very easily pause for a second and precisely envisage its unoriginal sound. To be fair, there are definitely worse records around claiming to be 'dance music' (frankly tempting me to take to the streets with an AK-47, but that's something for my therapist to worry about) but it still doesn't justify more uninspired fluff. Yet again, it's left to the great King Unique to save the day, and their reconstructive expertise on 'Love On My Mind' has definitely been a success worthy of Nip/Tuck; filtering out the cheesy sheen through an 8-bit Casio keyboard and constructing some great clicky bleepy Ewan Pearson beats, their remixes are undoubtedly the pearl in this smelly prehistoric crustacean. OG
Release date: 18th April
Press contact: Emms [All]

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UNSEEN JOY DIVISION PHOTO EXHIBIT
An exhibition in Hale Library in Manchester will feature previously unseen photographs of a seminal Joy Division gig at Bowden Vale Youth Club back in 1979, three months before the release of the band's 'Unknown Pleasures' album. The exhibition, which will run from 3 - 7 May, marks the 25th Anniversary of singer Ian Curtis' death.

The concert was only witnessed by about 150 teenagers. Photographer Martin O'Neill was just 18 years old when the shots were taken. He says "Frankly I can't remember too much, just being told to 'fuck off' by Peter Hook when I climbed on the stage and then being scared to death when Ian Curtis started dancing. Beyond that the only other thing I remember was thinking Stephen Morris is a really good drummer. It'll be interesting to see how many people claimed to be there on the night though. I'd really like to meet other people who genuinely were there, but this could end up a bit like the Sex Pistols at the Free Trade Hall which everyone seems to claim to have witnessed."

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BEST OF AT THE DRIVE IN
An At The Drive In best of is to be released this summer. Featuring tracks from the band's four albums, the anthology also features covers of The Smiths and Pink Floyd, and is to be called 'This Station Is Non-Operational'
The tracklisting runs as follows:

Farenheit
Picket Fence Cartel
Chanabra
Lopsided
Napoleon Solo
Pickpocket
Doormans Placebo
Metronome
198D
One Armed Scissor
Enfilade
Non Zero Possibility
Incetardis
Autorelocator
Rascuache (Vaya Remix)
This Night Has Opened My Eyes
Initiation (BBC Lamacq Session)
Take My Stethoscope And Walk

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GLASTONBURY FANS ACT TO STOP TICKET TOUTS
A group of fans of Britain's Glastonbury Festival have set themselves up as the unofficial guardsmen against the re-sale of tickets for the event on the internet.
Glastonbury organisers go to great lengths to stop ticket touts from buying tickets to the festival and reselling them through agencies or online auction websites like eBay.

Last year they told every ticket holder that they must bring ID to prove that they were the person who bought the tickets before being granted entry to the event. This led to a number of touts supplying fake ID with the tickets they sold on. This year festival-goers will have to supply photo ID in a bid to stop that happening.

Nevertheless a number of tickets for the sold-out music festival are being sold to the highest bidder online. It is these people that the self-titled 'Glastonbury Crusaders' are targeting. They are checking auction sites for Glastonbury ticket sales. When they find one they send emails to both the seller and anyone who has bid to warn them about the strict new ticket conditions, telling them they may be turned away from the festival without a refund if they do not have the correct photo ID. If they receive no response they alert festival organisers of the sale. Festival bosses confirmed that some tickets had already been cancelled as a result of the group's actions.

One member of the group, 'Woodland Maiden' from Sussex, told reporters: "The festival is about charities - very few people make money from it and the touts damage this. If the sellers are genuine and not touting then they should ask for a refund. If you make a profit, you're a tout. Many sellers have co-operated and removed their auctions."

A spokesman for the festival told reporters: "What the Crusaders are doing is separate to us. They are passing information on to us, which we pass on to ticket agencies and tickets have been cancelled. We have maybe passed on 20 addresses. We are pleased that it is an initiative that has come from the public."

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TIMBERLAKE TO RE-SHOOT SCENES AFTER MOVIE GETS NEW REAL LIFE ENDING
Justin Timberlake may have to re-shoot some scenes on his new movie Alpha Dog because the true-story-movie's main character has been arrested after a four year search (he was arrested in Santa Maria, California - a very busy town). Timberlake appears alongside Bruce Willis, Sharon Stone and Emile Hirsch in the movie about the life of Jesse James Hollywood, who allegedly kidnapped, tortured and murdered a number of California youths. Justin plays one of Hollywood's sidekicks. Having gone into hiding in 2001, making him the FBI's youngest fugitive, Hollywood has finally been captured by police, hence the need for some possible re-shoots and a new ending.

Timberlake's film ambitions will be put to the test this year when 'Alpha Dog' and his other movie 'Edison' both reach movie theatres. Timberlake is also rumoured to be playing Bruce Willis' son in the fourth edition of the Die Hard franchise, which is currently in development. Rumour has it Willis was so impressed with Justin's performance in 'Alpha Dog' that he persuaded him to play John McClane Jnr. in the next Die Hard outing.

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FOXY BROWN DENIES ATTACK
Rapper Foxy Brown has appeared in a New York Court to plead not guilty to a charge of assault on 29 Aug last year, denying that she attacked two nail salon workers following an argument about a $20 pedicure.

Ms Brown, real name Inga Marchand, admitted that a contretemps took place, after she asked for a manicure and a pedicure as the salon was about to close, but denies any physical attack.

Prosecutors allege that in the ensuing altercation the star kicked and hit the salon manager, Sun Ji Song, inflicting "bruising and swelling to the face, as well as substantial pain", and also hitting another employee with her mobile phone. The star and her lawyer have accused the salon staff of wanting to take advantage of her wealth.

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CHUCK BERRY COLLABORATOR DIES
Johnnie Johnson, the 'Johnny' in the Chuck Berry classic 'Johnny B Goode', has died aged 80. Johnson was a long term collaborator of Berry, writing songs on piano which Berry then converted to guitar. He joined Chuck's band in 1952 and worked with him for two decades. However their relationship turned sour later when Johnson sued Berry over allegations he was owed royalties on tracks he co-wrote but was never credited for. The courts rejected his lawsuit because too much time had past since the songs were written. Johnson had been ill for some time and was hospitalised a month ago with pneumonia.

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EMAP PERFORMANCE SPLIT
Some big changes over at EMAP Performance, the music, radio and TV division of the major media player. The division will be split into two. Its radio stations, which include the Magic FM stations and the Big City network, will get their own division called EMAP Radio. The magazine and TV bit of EMAP Performance will be rolled into the company's consumer magazine division.

The creation of a stand alone radio unit probably precedes EMAP's plans to takeover one or more of the smaller players in the UK radio space (Scottish Radio Holdings reportedly their main target). The merger of the company's TV arm in with its consumer mags will aid the group's plans to create TV stations around more of their print media - the first new TV station in the pipeline reportedly FHM TV.

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CHRISTIE LIKELY TO TOP COMBINED CHART
I had a very strange feeling yesterday - the feeling of possibly being wrong. We reported on Monday that the incorporation of download sales data into the singles chart (should it actually happen) would probably cause Tony Christie to lose his hold on the number one spot. However midweek sales figures suggest that even if the download and physical CD sale charts are combined on Sunday, Mr Christie is still likely to be number one. Super.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The National - Alligator (Beggars Banquet)
After two largely ignored full albums and a mini-LP on their own label, The National's first album on their new label could be the breakthrough they deserve. 'Alligator' is an accomplished record that should find a wider audience, and sit highly in critics' lists by the end of the year. The album was preceded by the single 'Abel', which was released a few weeks ago. It was a hugely impressive lead-off track, sounding like the inconceivable idea of Joy Division covering Bruce Springsteen's 'Thunder Road'. Epic and grand, it reads as a poignant account of a break-up, and the acceptance and futility that follows. This is definitely the terrain that The National prefer to navigate; most of their material covers similar themes; those of betrayal, misfortune, and loathing, but like the best songwriters (Morrissey, Leonard Cohen), front man Matt Berninger writes with a sense of self-deprecation and wryness. The relationships which are falling apart are described with hints of self-mockery, and self deceit, and as much as Berninger's lyrics are often heartbreaking on the surface, they can be read as a dissection of his ego and his insecurities. And much like Cohen, he can be rather direct in addressing questions of virility, describing himself as a 'perfect piece of ass' in 'All The Wine', and claiming 'I lost direction, and I'm past my peak' in 'Karen'. The National are part of a long tradition of bands who follow a similar musical and lyrical path; as much as they can be compared to their compatriots, Red House Painters and American Music Club, one can draw parallels with the likes of Nick Cave and Tindersticks. Matt Berninger's deep baritone even sounds somewhere between Mark Eitzel and Stuart Staples. It's no surprise therefore that The National have a substantial European audience; they tap into the darker side of life and love that's so appealing to those on our side of the Atlantic. I can only imagine that this record will enhance both their reputation and their fan base, and I can't recommend this record any higher. KW
Release date: 18 Apr
Press contact: Beggars IH [all]

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OUTKAST BIG BOI TO BUY EXTRA HOUSE TO ACCOMMODATE CARS
Never one to be extravagant, OutKast's Big Boi is having another house built to accommodate his 17 cars. Word has it his current Atlanta mansion only has room for six of his cars, leaving him looking for somewhere to store the other eleven. It's a hard life being a chart topping rapper.

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IMBRUGLIA MARRIAGE TROUBLE RUMOURS CIRCULATE
Natalie Imbruglia is battling new rumours that her fifteen month marriage is facing difficulties. Friends of the couple say that the gruelling promotional schedule Imbruglia is working through for new album 'Counting Down the Days' (currently at the top of the UK album charts) is increasing the pressure on her relationship with husband Daniel Johns, if only because she will be based in Europe for several months while Johns stays in Australia.

Australia's New Weekly magazine reports one source as saying "It doesn't look like it's working with them living so far apart. At the moment neither is ready to give in because they're both concentrating on their own projects in their respective countries. Daniel keeps on begging Natalie to move back to Australia, but life is good for her in London at the moment. She has asked him to join her, but likewise, he doesn't want to leave his life."

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SIMPSON'S HUSBAND NOT HAPPY WITH MARRIAGE TROUBLE RUMOURS
Elsewhere in CMU's 'Marriages On the Rocks (Or Are They?)' file, Nick Lachey has told reporters that he is fed up with media reports that his relationship with wife Jessica Simpson is in trouble.

With rumours regularly circulating that the couple's three year marriage is nearing an end, Lachey has told reporters: "It's more frustrating than anything else. You have friends and family reading the tabloid stories, wondering, 'Is this true?' I think we were just shocked by how long these fabricated stories continue to stay out there. No matter what you do, people just spin it and misinterpret it."

"You'd be called defensive if you answer it, but if you don't, there must be something wrong 'cause you're not answering. You can't win. You just gotta learn to ignore it and know it'll pass. Like anything else, it'll come full circle, and they'll be loving you by then. If people have the desire to talk trash about you, at least they're interested in what you're doing."

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