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Napster promotes indie-label artists

Napster and TVT Records say they have unveiled their first digital download promotion, which includes artists Doggy's Angels, Klint and Nothingface. Napster and TVT are attempting to forge a relationship after the independent U.S. record label dropped its copyright-infringement lawsuit against Napster. The promotion features an unreleased track from the film "Snatch," by European band Klint, as well as music downloads from rockers Nothingface and female hip-hop trio Doggy's Angel. Napster said it will include a link to TVT's Web site where music fans can enter a contest. In January, TVT halted its suit against Napster. Two months later, a U.S. District Court judge ruled in favor of the record label in another copyright-infringement lawsuit against MP3.com. Founded 16 years ago in New York, TVT's roster of artists includes Nine Inch Nails, XTC and Snoop Dogg.

    Napster and TVT Records say they have unveiled their first digital download promotion, which includes artists Doggy's Angels, Klint and Nothingface. Napster and TVT are attempting to forge a relationship after the independent U.S. record label dropped its copyright-infringement lawsuit against Napster. The promotion features an unreleased track from the film "Snatch," by European band Klint, as well as music downloads from rockers Nothingface and female hip-hop trio Doggy's Angel. Napster said it will include a link to TVT's Web site where music fans can enter a contest.

    In January, TVT halted its suit against Napster. Two months later, a U.S. District Court judge ruled in favor of the record label in another copyright-infringement lawsuit against MP3.com. Founded 16 years ago in New York, TVT's roster of artists includes Nine Inch Nails, XTC and Snoop Dogg.