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Atomic Pop pulls the plug

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Atomic Pop, the Santa Monica-based Web design firm and music site, melted down over the weekend and laid off its remaining 25 employees. The site, which hosted online radio streams for the Smashing Pumpkins and Chuck D, was founded by Al Teller, a former exec with CBS Records and MCA Music.

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