Phil Spector interview available online

March 9, 2007 at 10:28 PM
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LONDON, March 9 (UPI) -- Excerpts from The Telegraph's interview with producer Phil Spector, on trial in the death of actress Lana Clarkson, are on the British newspaper's Web site.

The publication interviewed Spector in 2002, during which the music mogul discussed his bi-polar personality, the newspaper said in a news release.

"I have devils inside that fight me. And I'm my own worst enemy," Spector said in the interview that included conversations on music production, his self-imposed exile and how to cheat at Monopoly.

Spector's trial in Los Angeles is expected to get under way later this month.

The recordings, the basis of a story published in 2003 just days before Spector was arrested, are available in four installments, the first of which was posted Friday.

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