Quirk, Paul
March 2002
Music Week;3/9/2002, Issue 9, p4
Trade Publication
Comments on several retail stores in Great Britain that does not follow the release date agreement for a certain single or album. Significance of the successful sales of Will Young's single on the music industry of Great Britain; Recommended action to be undertaken by recording companies to prevent early sales of a certain single or album.


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