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PaBlikMM
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Hi guys,

my new approved song is in the style of “Placebo” (now its allowed to name your “inspiration” in decription and tags) BUT i have a question – did i crossed the inspiration line?

http://audiojungle.net/item/follow-me/4565325

Well – the main riff is different, tempo, rythm, chords and overall arangement is also different to my “inspiration” – only the feel and mood is a bit similar :)

Let me know guys :)

Pavel “CHA!” :)

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Anastasius
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Since it’s aproved i don’t think there’s an issue. Personaly i would not care how u label it.. it’s a beatiful track. Loved it. Conguts!!

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MUZik
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A very interesting experiment! Are not things like plagiarism (very much in the spirit of placebo)? good luck on sale :)

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scottwills
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Since it’s aproved i don’t think there’s an issue.

Exactly. It’s a good example of interpreting a style and not a specific track. One of the AJ reviewers is also a Placebo fan and listened very carefully to it. ;)

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