1. No Doubt, R.E.M., Hole and others respond to music destruction in Universal Studios fire  Global News
  2. R.E.M. and Hole unaware recordings were lost in Universal Studios fire  CANOE
  3. Nirvana and Eminem music 'lost in fire'  BBC News
  4. Master Recordings From 2Pac, Eminem & More Music Legends Destroyed In 2008 Fire  HipHopDX
  5. Nirvana, R.E.M., The Roots, Steely Dan Address Loss Of Masters In Universal Fire  Stereogum
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More than 500,000 original master tapes dating back to the 1920s were reportedly lost in the fire.More than 500,000 original master tapes dating back to the 1920s were reportedly lost in the fire.

No Doubt, R.E.M., Hole and others respond to music destruction in Universal Studios fire - National | Globalnews.ca

Rockers R.E.M. and Hole had no idea their master recordings were among a treasure trove of old tapes destroyed in a Universal Studios fire back in 2008.Rockers R.E.M. and Hole had no idea their master recordings were among a treasure trove of old tapes destroyed in a Universal Studios fire back in 2008.

R.E.M. and Hole unaware recordings were lost in Universal Studios fire | Canoe

Rockers R.E.M. and Hole had no idea their master recordings were among a treasure trove of old tapes destroyed in a Universal Studios fire back in 2008.Rockers R.E.M. and Hole had no idea their master recordings were among a treasure trove of old tapes destroyed in a Universal Studios fire back in 2008.

R.E.M. and Hole unaware recordings were lost in Universal Studios fire | Canoe

A new report claims thousands of classic recordings were destroyed in a US warehouse blaze in 2008.A new report claims thousands of classic recordings were destroyed in a US warehouse blaze in 2008.

Nirvana and Eminem music 'lost in fire' - BBC News

“For everyone asking why Do You Want More & Illdelph Halflife wont get reissue treatment https://t.co/Vs0ykRcyAK”

Questlove De La Rose on Twitter: "For everyone asking why Do You Want More & Illdelph Halflife wont get reissue treatment https://t.co/Vs0ykRcyAK"

“REMHQ is receiving inquiries from many people concerned about the New York Times article on the Universal Music fire 11 years ago. We are trying to get good information to find out what happened and the effect on the band’s music, if any. We will detail further as and when.”

R.E.M. HQ on Twitter: "REMHQ is receiving inquiries from many people concerned about the New York Times article on the Universal Music fire 11 years ago. We are trying to get good information to find out what happened and the effect on the band’s music, if any. We will detail further as and when."

“This might explain why nobody can find the original Asia album masters. Very sad, and UMG have kept it quiet for more than 10 years. https://t.co/eWMaEcoBRC”

Geoffrey Downes on Twitter: "This might explain why nobody can find the original Asia album masters. Very sad, and UMG have kept it quiet for more than 10 years. https://t.co/eWMaEcoBRC"

“"It was the biggest disaster in the history of the music business — and almost nobody knew." The @nytimesarts chronicles a 2008 fire on Universal Studios' backlot that destroyed hundreds of thousands of master recordings in Universal Music's archive. https://t.co/hPAp4AWK3o”

Steve Kopack on Twitter: ""It was the biggest disaster in the history of the music business — and almost nobody knew." The @nytimesarts chronicles a 2008 fire on Universal Studios' backlot that destroyed hundreds of thousands of master recordings in Universal Music's archive. https://t.co/hPAp4AWK3o"

Yesterday, a New York Times feature revealed that thousands upon thousands of master tapes from artists like Louis Armstrong, Janet Jackson, and Tupac wereYesterday, a New York Times feature revealed that thousands upon thousands of master tapes from artists like Louis Armstrong, Janet Jackson, and Tupac were destroyed in a 2008 fire at Universal Studios Hollywood. Although the fire itself was public knowledge, the loss of Universal Music Group's recordings was kept secret, with even the artists affected unaware of the extent of the damage. But now, in the wake of the article, they're speaking out. When asked by a fan, former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic said that some of Nirvana's music is probably just gone forever: I think they are gone forever.— Krist Novoselić (@KristNovoselic) June 12, 2019 The Roots' tapes were also destroyed in the fire, and Questlove has commented: For everyone asking why Do You Want More & Illdelph Halflife wont get reissue treatment https://t.co/Vs0ykRcyAK— Questlove De La Rose (@questlove) June 11, 2019 I been dying to find all the old reels and mix the 8 or 9 songs that never made DYWM.

Universal Studios Fire: Nirvana, REM, & More Speak Out - Stereogum

A 2008 fire at Universal Studios Hollywood destroyed master tapes of recordings by John Coltrane, Aretha Franklin, Nirvana, and Nine Inch Nails, among otherA 2008 fire at Universal Studios Hollywood destroyed master tapes of recordings by John Coltrane, Aretha Franklin, Nirvana, and Nine Inch Nails, among other significant artists.

Universal Studios Fire Destroyed Recordings by Nirvana, Aretha Franklin, Other Artists: 'NYT' | SPIN

New report suggests that the 2008 fire at Universal Studios destroyed thousands of recordings by artists from across music historyNew report suggests that the 2008 fire at Universal Studios destroyed thousands of recordings by artists from across music history

Tens of thousands of master recordings thought to have been lost in Universal Studios blaze | Louder

The original recordings from these rap legends were destroyed in a fire which also saw Etta James and Buddy Holly's work lost forever.The original recordings from these rap legends were destroyed in a fire which also saw Etta James and Buddy Holly's work lost forever.

Tupac, Eminem And 50 Cent's Masters Recordings Tragically Destroyed In... - Capital XTRA

A new rock music and pop culture website. Editorial independent music website offering news, reviews, features, interviews, videos and picturesUniversal claims that the investigation into the alleged loss of artists' master tapes in a 2008 fire

The Quietus | News | Universal Responds To NYT Fire Investigation

Recordings from hundreds-of-thousands of artists — from Nirvana to Billie Holiday — were lost in a fire in 2008. Here's how UMG downplayed it.Recordings from hundreds-of-thousands of artists — from Nirvana to Billie Holiday — were lost in a fire in 2008. Here's how UMG downplayed it.

How UMG downplayed the 2008 Universal Studios fire - Business Insider

A new report revealed that the warehouse fire destroyed many significant pieces of music history.A new report revealed that the warehouse fire destroyed many significant pieces of music history.

Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ Masters Were Lost In The 2008 Universal Fire

A massive fire tore through Universal Studios Hollywood over a decade ago, but we're only now learning of the massive loss to the world of m...A massive fire tore through Universal Studios Hollywood over a decade ago, but we're only now learning of the massive loss to the world of m...

Decades of Recordings Go Up in Flames in "the Biggest Disaster in the History of the Music Business"

According to a new report from The New York Times, a fire that ripped through Universal Music Studios in 2008 damaged far more than Universal Music GroupAccording to a new report from The New York Times, a fire that ripped through Universal Music Studios in 2008 damaged far more than Universal Music Group

Decades Of Important Music Revealed Lost In Universal Studios Fire Of 2008 | Your EDM

The company says the bombshell story contains “inaccuracies, misleading statements, contradictions and fundamental misunderstandings”The company says the bombshell story contains “inaccuracies, misleading statements, contradictions and fundamental misunderstandings”

Universal Disputes New York Times Warehouse Fire Story, But Cites No Evidence | Pitchfork

According to The Pulse Of Radio, a report by The New York Times has revealed for the first time that some 500,000 recordings by many of music's biggest artists were destroyed in a fire that swept t...

Krist Novoselic: Nirvana's 'Nevermind' Masters Are 'Gone Forever' Following Universal Fire - Blabbermouth.net