• Lewis Pennock

    I find it refreshing that Saga’s first reaction, upon hearing that Bob Dylan had used his words, was to feel honored, well, after he asked who exactly this “Bob Dylan” person was that is. This also briefly drove his book into the top 200 on amazon.com’s best seller list, so he’s certainly benefiting from this too.

    on the other end of the spectrum, we have metallica suing for someone using two of “their” chords.

  • Rex Hammock

    Metallica’s product tests the definition of the term INTELLECTUAL property.

  • Rex Hammock

    Just to set the record straight, Metallica did not sue anyone for the aforementioned offense, according to snopes.com. However, their music still sucks.

  • Lewis Pennock

    I guess the spelling of “independent” should have given it away:

    “Metallica are taking legal action against independant Canadian rock band Unfaith over what they feel is unsanctioned usage of two chords the band has been using since 1982 : E and F.”

    Also, the fact that the band in question’s website mentions the suit seemed to add legitimacy.