"Cold Case"
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Cold Case is being stalled on its release on DVD because of copyright issues having to do with the music in the show. It will cost millions of dollars in royalties that would have to be paid to the record companies and the artists for use of their songs on the DVDs.

Yes, they would. The more exposure the music gets, the greater the sales will be. Common sense would dictate that the copyright holders would have a huge incentive to make sure a DVD is released, even if they have to sell the rights at a fairly low price (or even for free). But unfortunetely, the music business is not run by common sense but by egos. The people involved would be too afraid of looking bad if they don't receive a high licensing fee. They would rather look tough by not agreeing to a deal even if it does not serve their interests in this case.

No, it was established many times that Stillman only has one daughter, and we know it is intended to be the same daughter because she was a few months pregnant in "Glued", and had her baby baptized in "Revenge". This is one of the biggest and most noticeable goofs in the series.

The song playing in that scene is called 'Velvet and Veil' and was written by a band called Garth. It isn't available on CD, MP3 or vinyl, and chances are the band wasn't popular enough to mass-produce their music, and CBS somehow got access to a single copy of the song. To find a copy of the song you would probably have to contact CBS or ASCAP.


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