How the U.K. Lost Its Grip On The U.S

Newman, Melinda; Flick, Larry
September 2000
Billboard;09/09/2000, Vol. 112 Issue 37, p5
Trade Publication
Discusses the lack of commercial success experienced by British popular music acts in the United States music market as of September 2000. Disappointing U.S. sales of popular British albums; Efforts of British record labels to improve their U.S. marketing strategies; Willingness of U.S. record labels to sign other international acts over those from Great Britain.


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