Bruce Springsteen, 51, won a complicated London court case on Tuesday, blocking the right of a British company from releasing 19 songs he recorded in 1972, before he became famous. The Court of Appeal judges dismissed a challenge by Masquerade Music Ltd. to a December 1998 decision that prevented them from moving ahead with the album of the earlier compositions. The Boss was not present at the hearing, reports Reuters.
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