Call it the war of the Web sites, a virtual battle of the bands for online supremacy when it comes to the official line for the Goo Goo Dolls. And all around the music industry, other recording groups — along with their lawyers — are waiting to see what happens when the digital smoke clears.

The flap over the Goo Goo Dolls began after the band’s record label, Warner Bros., asserted ownership of a Web site,, which purports to be the group’s “official” home on the Internet. Perturbed by the company’s move, the band responded by setting up its own official site in cyberspace, Both sites contain essentially the same information — album details, bios of the band members, touring schedules and the like.

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