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What an Idiot — SBK Records, in charge of distributing Slowdive's albums in the USA, came up with a promotional campaign for Souvlaki that included vandalising a statue commemorating the end of slavery and predictably getting sued for it. Also, they delayed the release of Souvlaki to the point that when the band supported Catherine Wheel on tour in 1993, the album they were promoting still hadn't come out. And... let's just say the band got Screwed by the Network to the point that Milla Jovovich's album had a better promotionnote Not a slight at Jovovich's album, but despite the fact that she was a famous model at the time, her album was also a decidedly uncommercial blend of Eastern European folk music and alternative rock. Not something that would set the charts on fire, but it somehow managed to be better promoted by SBK. blur's first few albums with SBK as their US distributor also suffered from similarly bungled promotion and idiotic Executive Meddling.