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Now That’s What I Call A Tra ...
Now That’s What I Call A Trademark Dispute
An underground punk band has fallen foul of record label EMI in a trademark dispute over the title of its first album. London-based act The Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing have been forced to re-title the release, Now That’s What I Call Steampunk Volume One, because of its striking similarities to the name of EMI’s leading pop-compilation series Now That’s What I Call Music. The band is now planning to sell out the limited remaining stocks of its debut under its original title, before re-releasing it with a fresh one.