WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH Accuses "Imbeciles" ATILLA Of Plagiarism
In 2007, War From A Harlots Mouth released its album Transmetropolitan. On that album was the concisely named track "If You Want to Blame Us for Something Wrong, Please Abuse This Song," which the band is now accusing Atilla of ripping off in its new song "Obsession."
War From A Harlots Mouth called Atilla "mentally challenged" and "imbeciles" on Facebook, which probably isn't the best choice of words, but that's what they chose.
The undoubtedly most mentally challenged band on planet earth, ATTILA, blatantly ripped us off.
Not that I'm surprised that these imbeciles can't write music of their own, but unfortunately for them, they picked one of our most widely known songs: 'If You Want to Blame Us…'
Here's "If You Want to Blame Us for Something Wrong, Please Abuse This Song" and "Obsession" back to back. I guess I can hear where WFAHM is coming from with the accusation. "Obsession" has a very similar typewriter sample and an extremely similar construction, and without those non-similar notes thrown in, I bet we'd notice it even more.
On the flip side, science does say that a lot of breakdowns are the same.