The amended complaint filed on Friday left Hole as the applicant “only on the basis of written assurances by the UMG to the applicant’s counsel that the original reference to Hole had not been lost in the fire”. The complaint continues as follows “The complainants are not currently aware of any information that would be contrary to recent obligations regarding the “hole”. “Pitchfork contacted Courtney Love to comment. In June, an investigation by the New York Times revealed that a 2008 fire at Universal Studios Hollywood destroyed a large number of soundtracks by several legendary artists in the history of popular music. Courtney Love and Hall joined Soundgarden, Steve Earle and the property of Tupac Shakur and Tom Patty to sue UMG for loss. The authors claimed that Universal violated the terms of the contract without protecting the owners or sharing all the resources of the contract with the artists. The lake has been removed from this lawsuit, according to numerous reports. This lawsuit, the first lawsuit filed against OMG since the publication of the report, claimed damages of $100 million.
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