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In the last few years, record labels have been been taking uppercuts and jabs from musicians over the issue of digital income. The latest swing came in Illinois federal court on Friday from Frank Sullivan and James Peterick, founding members of the musical group Survivor. The band is best known for its '80s single "Eye of the Tiger," which rocketed up the charts after being featured in Rocky III. Story: 'Three's Company' Rightsholder Sued by '3C' Playwright Sullivan and Peterick now allege that Sony Music has stiffed them on royalties. Specifically, the plaintiffs say their 1978 recording agreement means

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