Lead: Myspace finally went public yesterday after several months of invite-only beta testing. This is do or die for the company that slid down the social media pecking order by losing its way and letting Facebook and Twitter seize the reins. Its renewed focus is on social music, so we speak to labels and marketers about what they think of the new design, if they will support it and, ultimately, if it has a fighting chance.
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