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Chart star Calvin Harris has lost seven months of work on his new album in baggage problems at Heathrow.

The dance musician, from Dumfries, in the south of Scotland, was returning to the UK from America when the bag containing his laptop went missing.

A spokeswoman for his record company confirmed it contained the only copy of work on Mr Harris' second album.



http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/south_of_scotland/7328513.stm


All that money on recording a new album and the bugger's too cheap to buy a new pack of CD-Rs...

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:eek:

 

(1) Who would fail to back up an album in progress - for MONTHS! :eek:

 

(2) Who would CHECK a laptop on an airline. :freak:

 

Terry D.

 

P.S. Maybe he never started work on it and was nearing the label's delivery date. :o

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I just don't believe it is possible for luggage to simply go "missing" on flights. I'm sure all that missing luggage is really just stolen, and even if it was innocently diverted, it's obviously still in existence somewhere and someone is going to find it and see the owner's information tagged to it (it's not like it's incinerated or sucked into the twilight zone), so it should always be returnable.

 

Lost luggage pisses me off, that is all.

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