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Going Indie on the internet

Nicholas Jennings, Maclean's, 7 May 2001

IMAGINE YOU'RE in a rock band that is wildly successful at home in Canada, but only mildly so in the United States. Canadian sales of your albums are so good that your walls are cluttered with gold and platinum awards. South of the border, it's another matter. Although your group is signed to a major U.S. record company, you haven't had a hit, and you've been bounced from one subsidiary label to another. What do you do?

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