FILE - This 1979 file photo provided by Can't Stop Productions shows 

FILE - This 1979 file photo provided by Can't Stop Productions shows Victor Willis of the pop group, The Village People. A judge in Los Angeles said Willis can reclaim at least partial ownership of the copyrights to more than two dozen of the group's songs, including "Y.M.C.A.," "Macho Man," and "In the Navy." U.S. District Judge Barry T. Moskowitz on Monday, May 7, 2012 rejected a lawsuit by two music publishers who argued Willis had no right to regain ownership of 33 songs co-wrote for the group under contract. (AP Photo/Cant Stop Productions, HO)
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FILE - This 1979 file photo provided by Can't Stop Productions shows Victor Willis of the pop group, The Village People. A judge in Los Angeles said Willis can reclaim at least partial ownership of the copyrights to more than two dozen of the group's songs, including "Y.M.C.A.," "Macho Man," and "In the Navy." U.S. District Judge Barry T. Moskowitz on Monday, May 7, 2012 rejected a lawsuit by two music publishers who argued Willis had no right to regain ownership of 33 songs co-wrote for the group under contract. (AP Photo/Cant Stop Productions, HO)
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