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MySpace Music has finally launched in the UK this week, with celebrity playlists already available from the likes of Jordan/Katie Price, the Pope, 50 Cent and Pixie Lott.
MySpace is repositioning itself as a music content delivery platform, rolling out a raft of new music features this week.
Scottish singer-songwriter Edwyn Collins has found himself in a bit of a copyright tangle, after he was barred from streaming one of his own songs on his own MySpace page.
ExclusiveMySpace Music will be hitting the UK "very soon", according to the website's UK Managing Director Anthony Lunom.
Following last week's US launch of News Corp's MySpace Music service, this week sees the launch of the site for unsigned musicians and indie hopeful LP33.tv, previously known as MyAWOL.
ExclusiveNews Corporation launches its new MySpace Music service in the US this week, with co-operation from all the major record labels, as well as a retail partner in the shape of Amazon's DRM-free MP3 store.