Lily Allen stirred up a hornets nest, recently, with her campaign against file sharing/music piracy.
Allen argues that file-sharing is fine for older, established bands, but that "For new talent, file sharing is a disaster, as it's making it harder and harder for new acts to emerge."
Allen's stance that you should pay for the music you listen to and support new artists plays well with a lot of musicians, but has opened her up to scorn from others.
The pro file-sharing vs anti-piracy debate seems to bring out the worst in many - so it's refreshing to hear Dan Bull's witty musical response to Allen, above.
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