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'This makes me sick to my stomach:' Musicians lament reported loss of recordings in decade-old Universal fire

CBC.ca Thursday, 13 June 2019
Several big-name musicians voiced dismay on Wednesday that some of their recordings may have been among thousands of original masters that The New York Times Magazine reported were lost in the Universal Studios Hollywood backlot fire of 2008.
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News video: Master Recordings From 2Pac, Eminem & More Music Legends Destroyed In 2008 Fire

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HOLLYWOOD, CA – In the early morning hours of June 1, 2008, a fire erupted at Universal Studios Hollywood. The flames reached Building 6197 — also known as the video vault — which was home to videotapes, film reels and a library of master sound recordings owned by Universal Music...

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