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Drop it like it’s Hoff

Death and the internet have one thing in common: they’re both great levellers.

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
22nd July, 2006

Many moons ago, back in the web-free shadowlands, record companies could only hazard vague guesses as to which of their hot new artists would, in years to come, find their faces beaming out from newsstands and their names more famous than Jesus’. Record companies shelled out the Benjamins, crossed fingers and toes, and hoped for the best. Well, no longer.

Now that we have websites likeMySpace.com, the networking site, and YouTube.com, the video sharing...

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