Blink-182, Limp Bizkit and Weezer are just some of the rock bands now listed among the hundreds of artists who lost up to 500,000 master recordings in the 2008 Universal backlot fire, according to the New York Times. Following its report earlier this month on the June 1st, 2008 fire at the Burbank, California studio, the Times has updated a list of some 700 artists whose recordings perished in the blaze. The initial report listed that recordings — many of them original master tapes were lost when a storage facility was incinerated. The new list includes original recordings from Audioslave, Boston, Eric Clapton, Peter Frampton, Jimmy Eat World, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Nazareth, Night Ranger, No Doubt, Primus, Puddle Of Mudd, R.E.M., Semisonic, Smash Mouth, Spinal Tap, Steppenwolf, Styx, Temple Of The Dog, the Wallflowers, Whitesnake, The Who, Neil Young, Rob Zombie and many others. Several artists are suing Universal Music Group over the loss.