Download-only songs now being sold in record shops

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Tuesday, 26 August 2008

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A secure version of the single by Bledd E Noize

A download-only song from American rapper Bledd E Noize is being sold openly in shops across London, it was revealed today.

The song, "Killing me softly with his Uzi ", despite being released in an exclusive MP3, download-only format, is now being openly sold as a legal CD single.

Speaking from his eco-friendly nuclear bunker in New York's Harlem district, Bledd E Noize said:

"I am disgusted, like man, that my art is being destroyed by being sold in this manner. OK like, you know, man, I is getting the royalties from it, and them selling it in the shops is helped to pay their rent like, but I is totally wasted that this has happened.

"Last time I released a single CD, it was downloaded, and now I go and release a download and it is CD'd. I don't know whether I is coming or going man, which is real bad, man. Like. Crucial.

A spokesman for Sony, who had nothing to do with this said:

"I don't mind what people do. Except I can't take all that swearing from that Gordon Ramsey bloke. It gets right on my f**king tits."

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