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February 11, 1988|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Singer Holly Johnson won't joining the reformed Frankie Goes to Hollywood on its next tour. Britain's High Court on Wednesday gave Johnson permission to leave his record company and split from the pop group, which topped the U.S. charts a few years ago with the song "Relax." The record company, Zang Tumb Tuum, had asked the court to place an injunction on Johnson to keep him in the band. But the court ruled that the terms of Johnson's contract with ZTT were an unreasonable restraint and turned down the injunction plea.

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