Meanwhile all four major label groups have publicly stated that they have no real deal Qtrax. But Qtrax CEO Allan Klepfisz seems unfazed telling CNET News.com that his company may not have agreements "written in stone," but that it doesn't mean Qtrax is without the labels' consent. "This is a tempest in a tea cup," Klepfisz said. "It's true, some of the deals may not be locked in ink, but it's also true that we had understandings. In some cases, we had endorsements."
Klepfisz said Qtrax Web will probably debut with music from all four majors despite comments from some labels to the contrary "…Nobody has threatened us with a thing," Klepfisz said. "We plan to release music the way we said we were."