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Coldplay vs. Joe Satriani

Joe Satriani has filed a lawsuit against Coldplay, accusing the popular British band of plagiarizing one of his songs on their latest hit album, according to court documents published on Thursday. Satriani recorded "If I Could Fly" back in 2004 and it sounds a lot like Coldplay's "Viva la Vida"
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Avril's Peaches Tribute

Avril's crappy month continues...  On the heels of the great Rubinoos rip-off comes evidence she's been borrowing from Peaches. I'm not here to hate on our Avril, but often where there's smoke there's a little fire.  Jet did pretty well for themselves borrowing melodies and riffs from others.  At least
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Come As You Are

You've probably heard "Remedy" from South Africa's Seether on your local rock radio station. CFNY Edge 102 here in the Big Smoke plays it all the time. It's not a bad tune, in fact I sort of dig it, but it sounds an awful lot like Kurt Cobain.  Shaun Morgan
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Validation

Remember when I told you Gwen Stefani's "What U Waiting For?" was essentially a reworking of Weezer's "Hash Pipe"?  You probably chuckled to yourself, shook your head and muttered "that Mike, always thinking songs sound alike". My extensive analysis has been validated!  I present to you, for your benefit, a
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Pieces vs. The Scientist?

About a month ago I wrote about how Sum 41's latest single reminds of The Cranberries' "Zombie".  Apparently people think Sum 41's "Pieces" also sounds an awful lot like "The Scientist" from Coldplay. This MP3 is making the rounds with "The Scientist" by Coldplay in the left channel and "Pieces"
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Pieces vs. Zombie

The latest single from Sum 41 is "Pieces" and it's currently receiving plenty of airplay on your local new rock station.  The next time you hear it, think about The Cranberries' "Zombie".  The music is eerily similar. Did you know The Cranberries released a greatest hits album a couple of
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Not So Bright vs. Luka

I totally dig the first two singles from The Marble Index' debut album.  They have a great sound my ears love.  I'm still surprised they're from Hamilton. "Not So Bright" is their awesome second single and I've been listening to it quite a bit lately.  Every time I hear it,
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