Jim sues Record company

    The Grammy-winning producer who penned the No. 1 song "Total Eclipse of the Heart" is suing a gargantuan data-storage company for $20 million, claiming it lost "priceless" original recordings. Jim Steinman claims Boston-based Iron Mountain Records Management Inc. lost the tape recordings of the 1983 Bonnie Tyler hit, as well as "Left in the Dark" performed by Barbra Streisand in 1984.

    Steinman, who filed suit on Valentine's Day in state Supreme Court in Manhattan, says they are "irreplaceable...

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