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MADONNA'S CAREER DEBUNKED

Material Girl Thief - The Many Artists Madonna Has Stolen From For Her Albums And Reinventions - A 25 Year Career That Is A Fraud

MADONNA'S MANY LAWSUITS FOR CONDUCT IN VIOLATION OF THE LAW

1. Aisha v. Madonna (civil rights and copyright infringement)
2. Sorrentino v. Madonna (assault and battery on a 10-year-old child)
3. Myers v. Madonna (civil rights violations)
4. Ronald J Myers v. Madonna (civil rights violations)
5. Barrier v. Madonna (civil rights violations)
6. Bourdin v. Madonna (copyright infringement)
7. Easy Street Records v. Madonna (copyright infringement)
8. Acquaviva v. Madonna (copyright infringement)
9. D’Onofrio v. Madonna (copyright infringement)
10. Iving L Williams v. Madonna (copyright infringement)
11. Eon Net LP v. Madonna (copyright /patent/trademark infringement)
12. Rich Kidd Music Publishing, Inc. v. Madonna (copyright infringement)
13. Winterland v. Madonna (copyright infringement)
14. Hobe Cie. LTD v. Madonna (trademark infringement)
15. Coppola v. Madonna (personal injury)
16. Rice v. Madonna (breach of contract)
17. Mclay v. Madonna (breach of contract)
18. Nike, Inc. v. Madonna (breach of contract)
19. Millennium Films v. Madonna (breach of contract)
20. Done and Dusted v. Madonna (breach of contract)
21. DeCastro v. Madonna (invasion of privacy and commissioned stalking and harassment of a Miami family)

INTRO

The so-called "iconic" images - well, none of it was real - she stole it all to go with all the music she stole:

Greta Garbo rip off

Jean Harlow rip off

Jean Harlow rip off

Jane Mansfield rip off

Jane Russell rip off

Gina Lollobrigida rip off

Marilyn Monroe rip off

Marilyn Monroe rip off

Marilyn Monroe rip off

Marilyn Monroe rip off

Marilyn Monroe rip off

Marilyn Monroe rip off

Marilyn Monroe rip off

Marlene Dietrich rip off

Marlene Dietrich rip off

Marlene Dietrich rip off

Bette Davis rip off

Bette Davis rip off

Brigitte Bardot rip off

Brigitte Bardot rip off

Chrissie Hynde rip off

Princess Diana rip off

Princess Diana rip off

Princess Diana rip off

Princess Diana rip off

Audrey Hepburn rip off

Ginger Rogers rip off

Cindy Lauper rip off

Greta Garbo rip off

intro image comparisons compiled by madonnarevelations.blogspot.com (NSFW)


1. Madonna Stole The Video For "Hollywood"

 

BOURDIN'S PHOTOS

MADONNA RIP OFF

 

  

 

 

Madonna was sued by the family of deceased artist Guy Bourdin for ripping off images from his work for her music video “Hollywood.”

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2. Madonna Stole The Film "Swept Away"

Filmmaker Vincent D'Onofrio sued Madonna for ripping off his idea he pitched to her and her agents for the remake of the film, “Swept Away.” The lawsuit is currently in the court system. However, the film fittingly bombed and was voted the worst movie ever. The copyright owner of the original Swept Away script recently expressed his regret at allowing her to remake his film, due to how badly it turned out.

3. Madonna Stole The Song "Vogue"

Madonna ripped off the 1989 song "Deep In Vogue" by Malcolm McLaren for her 1990 song "Vogue." As with my songs, she stole it shortly after it was made available to the public. His song was released on July 19, 1989 on Epic Records and her rip off was released almost a year later on April 5th, 1990. His song came out first and was about "voguing." Madonna's rip off brought his idea/music/dance trend to the mainstream by stealing it from him, along with melodies, harmonies and portions of his beat. Madonna even tries to sing like the female vocalist on McLaren's track. She then stole the dance that was created to go with the song by dancers in downtown New York.

Here is an excerpt of the song she stole from entitled "Deep In Vogue" for her song "Vogue" (If the link does not work for you visit www.amazon.com and type in "Deep In Vogue" in the search box for a sample of the song):

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/clipserve/B0000026U5001005/0/102-6644436-5508145

4. Madonna Stole "Justify my Love"

In my opinion, one of her worst, most disgraceful and brazen rip offs was the work she outright stole from Prince protégé, Ingrid Chavez. She stole Chavez’s style and lyrics for her song, “Justify My Love” which is featured on her “Erotica” album. 

Chavez said, "Madonna only changed one line of the entire song” and stole writers credit for the song, even though Chavez was the one who wrote it (this has been said of her by other credible writers as well involving other songs. The song did match Chavez's trademark style, which at the time was once again unlike anything Madonna had done. Much like my style of music is unlike anything Madonna has done. An article excerpt:

"Meanwhile, Chavez sued Lenny Kravitz for not giving her credit for co-writing Madonna's Justify My Love. Chavez's style consists of breathy spoken passages over heavy dance beats and this can be clearly heard in the Madonna track. Chavez is quoted as having said that Kravitz didn't write any of the lyrics and only came up with the phrase justify my love. She is also reported to have said that Madonna only changed one line of the entire song. She was finally given credit for the lyrics plus a rumored couple of million dollars in an out-of-court settlement."

http://www.leninimports.com/ingridchavez.html

Photo credit: Frank Micelotta

5. Madonna Stole The "Sex" Book

A book that is currently available in stores titled, “Madonna: An Intimate Biography,” alleges that Madonna ripped off the idea for her “Sex” book from a publishing executive named Judith Regan (page 221).

It was further alleged in another article that the photographs in Madonna's book Sex was a rip off of an old French book by a well know French photographer.

Coincidentally, she did an interview with an Hungarian paper, and due to the translation, the name of the book was fittingly called "Slut." Here's an excerpt from Blikk (publication):

BLIKK: OK, here's a question from left space. What was your book "Slut" about?
MADONNA: It was called "Sex", my book.
BLIKK: Not in Hungary. Here it was called "Slut."

6. Madonna Steals From indie singer Peaches

Critics allege that Madonna ripped off visual concepts, video imagery and ideas from underground transvestite singer “Peaches” for her work. Several web sites mention this and the similarities are very, very striking. It was also reported that she would play Peaches' album over and over again before going on stage in Barcelona. A reviewer from the well-known industry company Muze wrote:

"If imitation is the greatest compliment, then Peaches received top honors when Madonna stole imagery from Peaches’ videos and applied them to her own. If the queen of controversy steals your ideas, you must have something going on." - Muze Inc.

Peaches' debut CD was released on a German label and sold only 50,000 - yet she managed to get a copy of one of them. Those numbers are good for an indie, but translates into obscurity in the mainstream.

However, Madonna and her team do what some unscrupulous executives in the music industry do - scour the clubs, internet and other venues for new music, dance and clothing trends and take full credit for them as their own in the mainstream (as she did with Vogue, among other things).

Back to Peaches. The mere fact that they knew who Peaches was, even with him being an underground artist below the radar, speaks volumes. Ask the average musicologist or music critic about Peaches, and they wouldn't know who he is, as he is an underground artist, but she actually knew him and had his CD. I find that very telling.

7. Madonna Stole "Like A Virgin"

The saddest of all these allegations is by a group named Hide The Babies. They published a web site that contained the allegation that they gave Madonna’s manager their demo (cassette) in the 80's, she liked it and asked if she could keep it. She returned the tape to them 6 months later. They alleged that shortly after one of their lyrics appeared in Madonna’s song as the basis for "Like A Virgin," but not credited to them. A group member stated they felt she did this because she figured if she got her version out first it would render their version useless.  

Madonna's lyric for “Like A Virgin” goes: "Like a virgin. Touched for the very first time."

Hide The Babies lyric goes: "I'm not a virgin, but you're the first one..."

That’s the same lyric, just changed up a bit. It’s also the same concept/pun about not being a virgin, but someone seemingly making you feel like that.

It appears to be the same thing Madonna did with my song "Contemporary Girl." She took lyrics, tried to change it up in the same manner, but just enough to retain the idea and concept of the song and some of the lyrics, hopefully without getting caught.

"Like A Virgin" was Madonna's first real hit and credited to another writer that her label and management hired. However, this allegation of theft bears a pattern that would later be said of several other songs Madonna allegedly composed. I saw an interview on Bravo recently with producer Nile Rodgers, who said Madonna told him at the time that the concept of the song "Like A Virgin" was such a good idea and kept emphasizing this point to him.

The article from Hide The Babies web site states, "Then when her tune came out we couldn't do ours anymore because everybody thought we got it from her."

Wow when you think about that statement it is profoundly sad and terrible considering "Like A Virgin" was such a big hit that allegedly came from this band who are saying they did not get credit for it. Hey, I have to write the word "allegedly" in this case for legal purposes, however, their words do strike a chord, pardon the pun, based on what I experienced with my song that was ripped off by her. It bears the same pattern.

Hide The babies/Kitty Brazelton 

"We think Madonna stole a song of ours or at least the lyric/concept which was: "I'm not a virgin/but you're the first one..." What do you think? Her management was particularly interested in that song and asked to keep the cassette. We got it back after 6 months. Then when her tune came out we couldn't do ours anymore because everybody thought we got it from her"

http://www.kitbraz.com/bndl/htb/

8. Madonna Steals From Eminem

An article in a British newspaper alleged Eminem accused Madonna of ripping off his work, "Bonnie and Clyde"  for one of her videos from her Greatest Hits album "What It Feels Like For A Girl."  

9. Madonna Steals Lyrics For Express Yourself

An indie art web site alleges Madonna ripped off their slogan "Express Yourself, Don't Repress Yourself" for one of her lyrics from her song "Human Nature." She seems to have a thing for stealing from art, as evidenced by the Bourdin case.

10. Madonna Tries To Get Writers Credit For "You Must Love Me" Which She Didn't Write

Madonna has a history of trying to horn in on credit for work she did not do or deserve credit for. This has been written about in several publications. It is discussed in the Andrew Morton biography about her titled "Madonna."

An award winning songwriting partner of Andrew Lloyd Webber complained of her trying to horn in on credit for his song by trying to change a few lyrics (Notice a pattern yet? Look how many writers keep saying this about her)....

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11. Madonna Steals Credit On "Nothing Fails"

In a third similar case, singer/songwriter Jem, who's been featured on the television show The O.C., implied in an interview that Madonna did not write much of the song “Nothing Fails,” which she penned and submitted to Madonna. Yes, more of Madonna’s so called revisions to horn in on credit for already completed songs given to her to sing. She horned in on credit for this already completed song for the same album she ripped off my debut single for, "American Life." Here is an article excerpt:

Just Like Band Camp

Las Vegas Review-Journal

By DOUG ELFMAN REVIEW-JOURNAL 

She has a law degree. She's a DJ. She used to run a small record label. Madonna picked up Jem's song "Nothing Fails" and recorded it for her own "American Life" album. Madonna shares songwriting credit on "Nothing Fails." Did Madonna change enough of it to merit that credit?

"You can't ask questions like that! Somebody should, but there are some things that are best left unsaid," Jem says -- but then she says, yes, Madonna did co-write the song.

Yea, sure she co-wrote it. Nice diplomatic save (LOL). Judging by her past behavior with Chavez and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s songwriting partner, I know what her idea of songwriting is. As Chavez said, changing “one line of the song.”   

12. Yakov And The Seven Thieves

Madonna does not like to give people credit for their work, typical of a copyright infringer. She was bashed by a reputable newspaper for leaving the illustrator's name off the cover of her children's book, “Yakov and the Seven Thieves.” It was written in the article that it is customary in the publishing industry to put the illustrator’s name on the front, which they were aware of, but left off anyway.

13. Madonna Steals Video For "Love Profusion"

The music video for her latest single “Love Profusion” is a rip off of British singer Billie Piper’s “Honey to the Bee” video, which was released 5 years before Madonna’s knock off. Side by side stills show the striking similarities. Madonna’s video features her in front of a red 3D computer generated flower, while floating on the ocean, which is the same as Piper's video - only Piper's video was filmed and released years before. I remember seeing the behind the scenes segment for Billie’s video a few years ago and you can tell it's a rip off of it. They even used the same technique.  

14. Madonna Steals From Beth Orton

I read a Slant magazine message board, where posters claimed Madonna heavily borrowed from Beth Orton for her music. Upon listening to the albums you can hear similarities.

15. Madonna Steals From Kylie

 According to a UK newspaper, Madonna's "American Life" Che Guevara themed CD cover is a rip off of a previously released Kylie Minogue poster:

 

Kylie Minogue Poster Madonna CD cover

16. Madonna Steals From Marilyn Monroe

Another article alleges Madonna ripped off copyrighted 1956 Marilyn Monroe pics for her 1985 “Like A Virgin” promo. 

17. Madonna Steals "Ray Of Light" Video

 There was an article about plagiarism in Rolling Stone magazine, which stated Madonna ripped off the idea for the "Ray Of Light" video which was submitted to her by a director named Stefano Salvati.

The album "Ray Of Light" won a lot of awards, even Grammys (I thought you had to be able to sing to win one of those) because of the breakthrough video, which also won awards. Based on records it was authored and filmed by Salvati, before he submitted it to Madonna. It was subsequently stolen by her according to this article and lawsuit:

Italian director Stefano Salvati is claiming that Madonna's "Ray of Light" video was stolen from a clip he shot in 1994 for local pop star Biagio Antonacci. Antonacci's lawyer, Gianni Massaro, said Friday that he will ask Madonna's Maverick Records to pull the "Ray of Light" video from distribution and that he will seek damages.

Salvati, who lives part of the year in Los Angeles, claims that his manager had sent copies of his videos to Maverick before "Ray of Light" was shot. A Salvati video for a song titled "Non e Mai Stato Subito" features Antonacci performing at normal speed against a backdrop of fast-moving images of clouds, traffic and food, somewhat like Madonna in the "Ray of Light" clip directed by Joanis Akerlund. - Rolling Stone Magazine

Joanis Akerlund is also the director Madonna hired for the "Hollywood" video for which they were also sued and had to pay the plaintiff a $638,000 settlement on last year (see number one plagiarism example in this article).

18. Madonna Steals Video For "What It Feels Like For A Girl"

Madonna and her husband were accused of plagiarism by the British band BBMak, who had the hit "Back Here." BBMak publicly stated in an Annanova article that Madonna and her director husband Guy Ritchie plagiarized their music video "Still On Your Side" for her video "What It Feels Like For A Girl."

19. Madonna Rips Off Kylie Again

As pointed out by Dlisted, to the left are the original Kylie pics, to the right are the later Madonna rip offs (Madonna even stole 1-888-Confess from Kylie's previous 1-555-Confide). How pathetic: 

Kylie Madonna rip offs

Madonna was ripped by scores of people on different web sites this month for ripping off Kylie Minogue’s work. One site in particular was pretty blunt about it, where members of the public let rip.

20. Madonna Stole Music For "Beautiful Stranger"

Madonna was publicly accused of ripping off the song "She Comes In Colors" by Da Capo for the riff to her song "Beautiful Stranger."

21. Madonna Stole "In Bed With Madonna"

She was also accused of ripping off John Lennon and Yoko Ono's work for use years later in one of her own rubbish projects, "In Bed With Madonna" - "Shortly after their marriage, John Lennon and Yoko Ono gave interviews from their bedroom in an attempt to promote world peace. Madonna ripped off the idea for a movie…" http://www.a-love-supreme.com/archive/archive096.htm

John Lennon and Yoko Ono [pic courtesy of Genesis Publications]

22. Madonna Stole Beat For "Justify My Love"

Madonna was slammed by rap fans for ripping off, "Public Enemy's 'Security of The 1st World' in her song 'Justify my Love' without paying for it" – Rap Network.

Public Enemy

This is the same song that she stole the lyrics from Prince protégé Ingrid Chavez, erasing Ingrid's name from the writer's credit sheet and replacing it with her own that wound up on the manufactured CDs.

Ingrid later initiated litigation against Madonna and reportedly obtained a settlement of a few million dollars. So basically, she stole the beat from Public Enemy and the lyrics from songwriter/singer Ingrid Chavez and took credit for it to the public. How lame.

23. Madonna Stole Lyrics For "Impressive Instant"

Madonna was publicly accused of ripping off Cat Steven's "The Wind" for her later released song "Impressive Instant" from the album "Music."

Cat Stevens' lyric from "The Wind": "I let my music take me where my heart wants to go"

Madonna rip off lyric from "Impressive Instant": I let the music take me, take me where my heart wants to go"

Of course, she'll say it's different because she added an extra take to the lyric she stole.

24. Madonna Steals Poem From Gap Commercial For Her Song "Sky Fits Heaven"

 Madonna ripped off  a TV commercial for her song "Sky Fits Heaven" which is on her "Ray of Light" album. This is the same album she was sued for willfully stealing the song "Frozen" from a unknown Belgian songwriter and for separately ripping off the video for "Ray of Light" from a director, which brought another lawsuit against her. Well, the album contained more rip offs (as do all her albums).

From E- Those with a keen recollection of television advertising will notice the introductory lyrics to the 1998 song "Sky Fits Heaven"--credited on Ray of Light to Madonna and longtime collaborator Patrick Leonard--are similar to what poet Max Blagg recited for a 1993 Gap clothing commercial. Here, look for yourself:

Madonna's song:
"Sky fits heaven, so fly it/
That's what the prophet said to me/
Child fits mother, so hold your baby tight/

Max Blagg's poem:
Sky fits heaven, so ride it/
Child fits mother, so hold your baby tight/

Meanwhile, the New York Daily News ran a story about the matter Thursday, reportedly getting Madonna's record-label publicist at Warner Bros. to admit the singer paid Blagg in lieu of reprinting the album's liner notes and crediting him.

How pathetic, she ripped off the poetry from a Gap commercial - then paid the poet off to get him to shut up about it. What is that, like the 50th rip off. Every single album she has put out has contained copyright infringing material. She is a fraud. Unequivocally the most unoriginal, uncreative person ever in the industry.

25. Madonna Steals For Her Song "Forbidden Love"

Confessions On A Dance Floor - The synth on "Forbidden Love" is a blatant rip off of the synth part used on the Pet Shop Boys song "West End Girls."

26. Madonna Steals For Her Song "Let It Will Be"

Confessions On A Dance Floor - "Let It Will Be" by her rips off the synth on "Silent Mourning" by Mad Machinery.

27. Madonna Steals For Her Song "Get Together"

Confessions On A Dance Floor - She ripped off the sound of the big hit in England in 2005, "Call On Me" by Eric Prydz and mixed it with other infringements for her song "Get Together."

28. Madonna Steals Lyrics For Her Song "Get Together"

Confessions On A Dance Floor - She ripped off Kylie Minogue for "Like It Or Not" and lines on "Get Together."

"Confessions on a Dance Floor" is a real copy and paste of other people's music, which is pathetic, as it was done without permission. And all that reverb and vocoding due to her inability to sing well, is absolutely annoying and grating.

It's like listening to a robot sing for 45 minutes.

29. Goldfrapp Slam Madonna For Stealing From Them

Goldfrapp video still

Music duo Goldfrapp slammed Madonna and they have a right to be upset. She ripped off their music for "Confessions On A Dance Floor" as well. Several critics noticed the Goldfrapp knock off...and so did Goldfrapp.

"The singer continued her outburst by suggesting that Madonna lacks creativity. 'I think it's quite clever, but I don't know if that's creative,' said Allison Goldfrapp." - Virgin Music News

30. Madonna Steals "Open Your Heart"

"Open Your Heart" was slated to be recorded by another singer, not Madonna.

Did you know “Open Your Heart” was reportedly not supposed to be her song. It was reported another singer had already started work on it. Madonna coveting what she'd heard, went to the song's producer and unethically pried the song from the girl, recorded it and derailing the girl’s career. She would have had a hit with “Open Your Heart,” but the covetous Madonna destroyed her career to sustain her fraudulent one.

31. Madonna Steals Semtex® Name

Never one to come up with anything original, Madonna boasted this week that she registered a name called "Semtex Girls."

Never mind it is already the trademark name for a dangerous plastic explosive used by terrorists - and considering she was bragging about being worst than a terrorist - coupled with the fact she is a member of a sick cult, is there something people need to know. Cult members + terrorism + Semtex = trouble.

"Prague - The Czech manufacturer of the plastic explosive Semtex may sue pop star Madonna for trademark infringement, a company spokesman told the CTK news agency Tuesday...

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32. Sued in Miami for trademark infringement

Madonna infringes another company's trademark (theft) for her fan club. 

33. Madonna Steals Idea From Loretta Young And Passes It Off As Her Own

From E - "Madonna ripped off the idea [of charging her coworkers for swearing] from Loretta Young's TV show way back in the '50s. Supposedly, Robert Mitchum was a guest star one week and got tired of putting in a quarter each time he swore, so he reportedly said: "Here's 20 bucks, Loretta, now *** off!"

34. Madonna Steals Two Songs From New York Indie Label

Madonna stole the songs "Deeper And Deeper" and "Bad Girl" from indie record label Easy Street Records, who sued her in New York Federal Court.

Bad Girl

Deeper And Deeper

35. Madonna Steals From 50 Cent & Olivia's 2005 hit Candy Shop

Is Madonna Stealing Again

Madonna Steals From 50 Cent And Olivia

July 28. 2007

A few web sites have posted a clip from a new Madonna song with Justin Timberlake titled "Candy Shop." But there's only one problem. 50 Cent and Olivia had a big hit of the same name and containing similar lyrical content two years ago. The new rip off  is being panned.

Madonna has stolen more songs and images than any artist on record, so I'm not the least bit surprised. For more on her unlawful conduct in constantly stealing click here.

FOR COMPARISON (SIMILAR LYRICS ARE IN RED):

"Candy Shop" by 50 Cent and Olivia 2005: 

I'll take you to the candy shop

I'll let you lick the lollipop...

I'll have you spending all you got

"Candy Shop" by Madonna and Timberlake 2007:

"I'll be your one stop, candy shop"

"Lollipop, have some more"

ARTICLE LINK: http://www.dailyindia.com/show/159571.php

 Story found here

36. Blondie's Debbie Harry Accuses Madonna Of Ripping Her Off

In an accusation I have read many writers and audiences echo online in articles, message boards and blogs numerous times, Debbie Harry recently accused Madonna of ripping off her style.

Many people have noticed it over the years and it is quite pathetic of the "Material Girl Thief." Madonna started out her fraudulent career mimicking Debbie Harry and Cyndi Lauper...

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37. Madonna Rips Off Kylie Again

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 Kylie's "X" (2007) - Madonna's "Hard Candy" (2008)

SIMILARITIES: same red & white swirl background, same fingers on face pose with head facing to the right and same short wave hairstyle

This is a follow up to the Madonna Jumping On Bandwagons Again article on February 19, 2008, regarding her ripping off singer Kylie Minogue’s music video.

Well, she's at it again. Now, the pathetic old thief Madonna’s ripping off Kylie’s album cover released last year, for her forthcoming copyright infringing "Hard Candy" CD on the sinking Warner Music Group label. Furthermore, what 50 year old sings about hard candy. There’s something very weird about that.

Madonna also previously ripped off preexisting songs by Kylie for her Confessions On A Dance Floor CD.

Story found here

38. Madonna Rips Off Kylie Minogue's "Better The Devil You Know" (1990 & 1998) for her "Like It Or Not" (2005)

From the Judiciary Report web site:

Madonna exhausted from ripping everybody off and excessive plastic surgery

Continuing the theme of uncovering and unraveling the many copyright thefts that comprise Madonna's fraudulent career, this week let's take a look at another of the Queen of Poop's rip offs.

In 1990 Kylie Minogue released the song "Better The Devil You Know" which she still routinely performs at her concerts, some of which Madonna has attended in recent years, as photographs attest (no doubt with her pen and pad to rip stuff off). The song was re-released in 1998 and went up the charts again.

Kylie's "2 Hearts" 2007 (left) Madonna's rip off cover "Hard Candy" 2008 (right) - [see any similarities]

Fast forward several years to 2005 and pathetic Madonna, who has ripped off Minogue many times, knocked off Kylie's preexisting song "Better The Devil You Know" for her song screecher "Like It Or Not" that appeared on her last album "Confessions On A Dance Floor," which according to Reuters "flopped" (regardless of Madonna's receipt-less, lying claims of outselling everyone in 2005 and 2006).  

While, I'm not a fan of either song due to the message of encouraging women to choose someone that's not the best based on familiarity and Madonna's rip off sounding plain awful and stupid, there are infringements.

Not only do the songs sound alike, contain the same melodies and rhythm, they share mutual lyrics as illustrated below. The infringements are color coded according to mutual lyrics appearing in both songs (left to right at different places), with Madonna's substandard, poorly sung track being the rip off recorded and released years later:

Kylie's "Better The Devil You Know" 1990 Madonna's "Like It Or Not" 2005
Better the devil you know
Better the devil you know

Woh
Better the devil you know
Better the devil you know

Woh woh woh

Say you won't leave me no more
I'll take you back again
No more excuses no, no
'Cos I've heard them all before
A hundred times or more

[CHORUS:]
I'll forgive and forget
If you say you'll never go
'Cos its true what they say
It's better the devil you know

Woh woh woh
Our love wasn't perfect I know
I think I know the score
If you say you love me, oh boy
I can't ask for more
I'll come if you should call

[CHORUS:]

I'll be here every day
Waiting for your love to show
Yes it's true what they say
It's better the devil you know

Woh woh woh
I'll take you back
I'll take you back again
I'll take you back
I'll take you back again

I’ll be the garden, you’ll be the snake
All of my fruit is yours to take
Better the devil that you know
Your love for me will grow
Because

This is who I am
You can like it or not
You can love me or leave me
Cause I’m never gonna stop, no no

Cleopatra had her way
Matahari too
Whether they were good or bad
Is strictly up to you

Don’t let the fruit rot under the vine
Fill up your cup and let’s drink the wine
Better the devil that you know
Your love for me will grow
Because

This is who I am
You can like it or not
You can love me or leave me
Cause I’m never gonna stop, no no, you know
This is who I am
You can like it or not
You can love me or leave me
Cause I’m never gonna stop, no no, you know

No no, you know
No no, you know
No no, you know
No no, you know

.

 

ADDITIONAL LINKS

More Madonna Thefts Uncovered (Part 1) - Madonna Ripped Off Tina Turner

39. Madonna Rips Off Deee-lite's "Power Of Love" (1990) for her "Rescue Me" (1991)

The following year, Madonna's self-written (LOL) "Rescue Me" released February 26, 1991 has a hook with the SAME LINE "I believe in the power of love" repeated over and over again throughout the song, sung in the same key, melody and with the same rhythm running under the track, as the preexisting  Deee-lite song "Power Of Love."

JUDGE FOR YOURSELF, AS THE TWO SONGS SOUND THE SAME:

Deee-Lite's "Power of Love" August 7, 1990
Songwriters: Deee-Lite

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn3Pa7KYC3o

 

Madonna's "Rescue Me" February 26, 1991

Songwriters (LOL): Madonna And Shep Pettibone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mZqIgUsdrY

* Deeelite video posted above is taken from a 1996 compilation, but the song and video were originally released to the public in 1990 as a promo clip from the "World Clique" album.

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40. Madonna Rips Of Metropolis To Make "Express Yourself" Video

Madonna's "Express Yourself" in 1989 (left column) and Metropolis by Frtiz Lang in 1927 (right column)

  http://cours.cegep-st-jerome.qc.ca/530-lem-p.l/express.htm

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41. Madonna Rips Off Tina Turner And Others

Internet audiences have been posting comparative examples of Madonna's thefts of other artists' preexisting copyrighted works, attesting to the fact that she's stolen everything in her career. Here are a few of the thefts I found highlighted on other web sites.

In the left column is Tina Turner's "Acid Queen" album artwork from 1975. To the right is Madonna's rip off artwork from 2005. Notice they are wearing the same style red dress, red shoes, doing the same type of poses and Madonna darkened her bleached blonde hair to look like Tina's for the photos. How unoriginal of her, once again.

In the left column is another photo from Tina's 1975 "Acid Queen" (Tommy ©1969) showing a double image photo of her in the red outfit. To the right is Madonna's rip off, 30 years later in 2005, wearing a knock off version of Tina's red dress and shoes and also utilizing double imagery.

In the left column are various photos from the 70's and 80's. In the right column are airbrushed Madonna photos from 2005 and 2006.
 
 
 
 
 
 

42. Madonna Steals From French Singer Sheila

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43. Madonna Rips Off More Music From My Copyrighted Catalog

Madonna "Hard Candy" Copyright Infringement (Part 1)

Verbatim Rip Offs Of My Preexisting Copyrighted Music

April 28. 2008

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As some of you know, Madonna criminally infringed more items from my Copyrighted Catalog again. I have not had time to list out all the infringements in detail today, as it is very time consuming and I am very busy, but I have listed a few in Part 1 of this article.

Read below the songs for my opinions on her latest acts of criminal copyright infringement, among other things.

The infringements are color coded and go from left to right throughout the boxes below. My copyrighted works, that PREDATE MADONNA'S RIP OFFS BY YEARS, are in the left column and her rip offs on the "Hard Candy" CD are in the right column.

The third copyrighted song listed below "A Million Miles Away" that she ripped off for her new song "Miles Away" is actually 3 YEARS OLD (registered with the Copyright Office November 22, 2005).

Mad-onna has ripped off many artists' copyrights

For background on it, for those of you who don't know, Madonna's has been infringing my copyrighted works over and over again. She has repeatedly ripped off verbatim, distinct items, unique to my copyrighted works that have been in existence and under federal and international protection, well before she did so.

Currently, two Miami law firms are working on my behalf regarding copyrights Madonna also spread to affiliated artists and producers she worked with, who also fraudulently took writers credit and royalties for the already registered songs.

However, the Madonna infringements and civil rights violations that occurred in tandem with the case, will be handled internationally in separate legal world venues and courts of law.

Edgar Bronfman jr

Her label, the beleaguered Warner Music Group, headed by Edgar Bronfman jr., and her publishers have been to this web site before and after the rip offs occurred.

Pharrell Williams

Her producer Timbaland, among others she's worked with (Pharrell Williams), who have also been the subject of numerous plagiarism claims from different individuals, sent a friend request to my MySpace page from his music company's page, when he should not have known who I am either.

The reason they know is because they are in possession of an illegally made copy of my preexisting Copyrighted Catalog which they have been using in criminal violation of domestic and international law.

"Incredible Girl" ©2006

9-11-2006 (© certificate: PAu3-088-617) and 9-20-2006 (© certificate: PAu3-083-946)
www.theincrediblegirls.com domain name ©2007

 

"Incredible" by Madonna 2008

"Hard Candy" CD

 

My song is about meeting a great guy, things going well in life and feeling celebratory about the whole thing. Her song rips off my copyrighted song TWO YEARS LATER. The songs are about the same thing, have mutual, verbatim lyrics and the same rhyme scheme.
Incredible girl
We are the future
Don’t tell us how to be
Incredible girl
We are the future
Love and unity

Verse 1:
I feel so free
Life is good to me
I’m loving the days
I just got a raise
Met the man of my dreams
And he is what he seems
Things are happening for me
Oh the possibilities

Chorus:
Incredible girl
We are the future
Don’t tell us how to be
Incredible girl
We are the future
Love and unity

Verse 2:
(Just tell them)
I’m an incredible girl
One of the best in the world
Don’t let them get you down
You must stand your ground
You be you
And love you too
They can’t tell you how to be
Tell them just let me be me

Chorus:
Incredible girl
We are the future
Don’t tell us how to be
Incredible girl
We are the future
Love and unity

Verse 3:
I don’t care about what they say
I’m gonna be me anyway
I’m gonna have fun with it
I’m gonna run with it
I’m gonna be free
I’m gonna be me
Look, listen and see
God smiled on me
He made me an incredible girl
One of the best in the world

Chorus:
Incredible girl
We are the future
Don’t tell us how to be
Incredible girl
We are the future
Love and unity

Rap:
I’ll make Eminem black
Jordan shoot wack
Jeter miss
And Elton kiss, a girl
The best in the world
Make Pele forget to play
The Dodgers leave LA
Make Beckham go offside
Gordon forget his ride
We are the incredible girls
We are the best in the world

Bridge:
I’ll beat this world
At its own game
When all is said and done
You will know my name
I’ll beat this world
At its own game
When all is said and done
You will know my name

Chorus:
Incredible girl
We are the future
Don’t tell us how to be
Incredible girl
We are the future
Love and unity

Chorus:
Incredible girl
We are the future
Don’t tell us how to be
Incredible girl
We are the future
Love and unity

.

Incredible (Hey girl)
Just finish what we started
(Let's finish where we started girl)
Incredible (Hey girl)

Just one of those things
When everything goes incredible
And all is beautiful
(Can't get my head around, I need to think about it) (x2)
And one of those things
That used to get you down
Now have no effect at all
Cause life is beautiful
(Can't get my head around it, I need to think about it) (x2)

Remembering the very first time
You caught that some ones' specials eye
And all of your care dropped
And all of the world just stopped

Just one of those things
When everything goes incredible
And all is beautiful
(Can't get my head around, I need to think about it) (x2)
And one of those things
That used to get you down
Now have no effect at all
Cause life is beautiful
(Can't get my head around it, I need to think about it) (x2)

Just one of those things
When everything goes incredible
And all is beautiful
(Can't get my head around, I need to think about it) (x2)
And one of those things
That used to get you down
Now have no effect at all
Cause life is beautiful
(Can't get my head around it, I need to think about it) (x2)

I remember when
You were the one
You were my friend
You gave me life
You were the sun
You taught me things
I didn't run
I fell to my knees
 

Just one of those things
When everything goes incredible
And all is beautiful
(Can't get my head around, I need to think about it) (x2)
And one of those things
That used to get you down
Now have no effect at all
Cause life is beautiful
(Can't get my head around it, I need to think about it) (x2)

Incredible
Let's finish what we started
Incredible
You're welcome to my party

I don't want this to end
I am missing my best friend
It was incredible
There is no reason
(Sex with you is...)

Incredible (Hey girl)
Just finish what we started
(Let's finish where we started girl)
Incredible (Hey girl)
You're welcome to my party
(I'm coming to your party girl)
Don't want this thing to end
I'm missing my best friend
Yes it was incredible
There's no reason to pretend
Incredible

It's incredible, unbelievable
It's incredible, unachievable
It's incredible, metaphysical
It's incredible

(Sex with you is...)

Incredible
Let's finish what we started
Incredible
You're welcome to my party
(I'm coming to your party) (x2)

Incredible (Hey girl)
Just finish what we started
(Let's finish where we started girl)
Incredible (Hey girl)

She by Aisha  (© certificate: PAu3-340-689, 9-7-07)

"She's Not Me" by Madonna and Pharrell Williams 2008

"Hard Candy"

My unreleased song, that was copyrighted years ago, is about a successful, wealthy woman with a great career and a lot of possessions, who is being cheated on by her husband, that's having an affair with another woman that tries to morph into his wife in how she dresses, does her hair, acts and conducts herself. Madonna's new rip off song "She's Not Me" is about the exact same thing with verbatim rip offs of my lyrics as well. Both songs even start of with the word "She" in the song titled" with "she repeated over and over again while listing all the unethical things the woman is doing.
She had a great career
She had a successful husband
Beautiful children
Beautiful house
Beautiful car
Beautiful life

She was envied by the one’s
She thought to be her friend
They tried to be like her
Instead of realizing the uniqueness in them
That the Lord gave them

They tried to live like her
Look like her
Some even slept with her husband
In a subconscious effort to validate themselves
Their looks and their lives
And to feel they were more beautiful
Than she was

Whether women like to admit it or not
There are women out there
That envy other women
And try to compete with them

They caused her so much pain
What was her crime
She prayed
That her dreams would come true
And they did
A husband, career and kids
She led a good life
Things like these can cause so much strife
And cause people to lose their faith

Girl’s best friend

Girl’s best friend
Some friend
Stab you in the back in the end

I’m trying to live my life
But she is trying to take it

She’s got her hair just like you
Wants your man
Your house
Your car
She is so jealous

She wants your man
She’s no friend
Don’t let her get you in the end
Don’t let her in your life

Get your own life I’m his wife
He’s mine
And it hurts you to see
When he says he loves me
Get over it

I should have seen the signs way back then
When she told me that you where her best friend
And now she's rolling rolling rolling
and you where stolen stolen stolen
She stared dressing like me and talking like me
It freaked me out
She started calling you in the middle of the night
What's that about?

I just wanna be there when you discover
You wake up in the morning next your new lover
She might cook you breakfast
And love you in the shower
The flavor of the moment
Cause she don't have what's ours

She's Not Me
She doesn't have my name
She'll never have what I have

It wont be the same (it wont be the same)

I should have seen the sign when you weren't here
Under a different light it's oh so clear
She was stealing stealing stealing
and now your feeling feeling feeling
She started dying her hair and wearing the same perfume as me
She's stared reading my books and stealing my looks and lingerie

She's Not Me
She doesn't have my name
She'll never have what I have

It wont be the same (it wont be the same)

She's licking her lips and she's batting her eyes
She's not me
She's got legs up to there and such beautiful hair
She's not me
Oh devoted for life make a beautiful wife
She's not me
If you spend some more time I guarantee we are fine
She's not me

I know I can do it better
If someone wants to pimp your style
and hang with you a little while
And make up all the little things you like
You gonna have to watch your....

Never Letchu Forget (She's Not Me)
She's No Me and she'll never be (reapeat 2x)

Pharell-
Gotta find a new way to show your feelings
I guess it was some bullsh*t say you love me love me
Guess my expectations hit the ceiling
When you come back it will cost us trust, trust me

She's Not Me
She doesn't have my name
She'll never have what I have

It wont be the same (it wont be the same)

"A Million Miles Away" by Aisha November 22, 2005 (© certificate: PAu3-038-744)

 "Miles Away" by Madonna 2008

My mind is a million miles away
But my thoughts are with you today
Its funny how the mind strays
But the heart stays
As my thoughts fray
Over the days
the ways

My mind is a million miles away
But my thoughts are with you today
Its funny how the mind strays
But the heart stays
As my thoughts fray
Over the days
the ways...

The only picture my mind can find
Is of you
What am I gonna do

Indifference
Tore us apart
But you were always in my heart

I miss you
I want you back

Being young
You don’t understand
The plan

 

  
I just woke up from a fuzzy dream
You never would believe those things that I had seen
I looked in the mirror and I saw your face
You looked right through me, you were miles away

You always love me more, miles away
I hear it in your voice, we're miles away
You're not afraid to tell me, miles away
I guess we're at our best when we're miles away

So far away
So far away
So far away

When no one's around then I have you here
I begin to see the picture, it becomes so clear
You always have the biggest heart,
When we're six thousand miles apart

You always love me more, miles away
I hear it in your voice, we're miles away
You're not afraid to tell me, miles away
I guess we’re at our best when we're miles away

So far away
So far away
So far away

I'm alright, don't be sorry, but it's true
When I'm gone you'll realize
That I'm the best thing that happened to you

 

What kind of dog steals from a minority. You don't get much lower in life than stealing from a minority. How is that something to be proud of. She is so pathetic. What kind of animal do you have to be to do something like that.  What kind of loser consistently does something like this.

This nasty obsession with stealing from and harassing someone that expressed in no uncertain terms that they think you are horrible and disgraceful. Don't you have any pride. You consistently shame yourself and your family with this. You are psychopathic. You're a sick, demented old witch who is a real nut job.

It is the sickest thing I've ever seen in my life. How does someone get so messed up in the head that they do things like this and on a regular basis.

Unwanted Contact

Then there's the unwanted contact. Madonna's commissioned hacker sent me three vile, harassing emails last week, that have been traced back to the same IP address that keeps hacking into my computers where the Copyrighted Catalog has been stored.

Then there was her producer, Timbaland, sending a friend request to MySpace page a couple months ago, knowing they had committed criminal copyright infringement for her forthcoming "Hard Candy" CD.

Before that, it was a Warner Bros artist named Kyle sending me a harassing email.

Then there was a bizarre, threatening phone call to my unlisted number, about Anthony Pellicano, Madonna's PI and that of her lawyer and former manager, containing taunting comments that they have the FBI in their back pocket and nothing is going to come of such cases.

If I were you, I wouldn't be worried about the domestic scope of things, but the international legal angle. Robert Mueller can't help you with that. Check the international legal rulebook.

Madonna Lied About Origin Of Song

Kabbalah nutters Guy Ritchie And Madonna

Madonna is also such a pathological liar. After I stated on this site that she ripped off more of my copyrights again, she did an interview and lied, saying the new song "Incredible" that is a dead rip off of my song "Incredible Girl" which was copyrighted almost 2 YEARS BEFORE her rip off, is about having sex with her husband Guy Ritchie, when people in London know he's cheating on her and hates her.

Who are you really kidding. You further humiliated him in said interview and made him and yourself look stupid, when you stole a song that's been in existence for 2 YEARS then claimed you wrote it about him.

That song isn't about either one of you weirdoes. I wrote and copyrighted that song about me 2 YEARS AGO. It's been on my web site for a year and a half on the lyrics, store and home pages.

MILLIONS of people have been to my sites according to irrefutable Traffic Facts data, blog stats and link referrals, and have seen the songs' lyrics and heard the clips. Then here you come like a loser stealing it well AFTER ALL THOSE PEOPLE SAW AND HEARD IT.

How do you explain that some thing millions of people have seen and heard online that has been in the Copyright Office in Washington, DC, you ripped off 2 YEARS LATER!

Furthermore, look at the idiotic way she butchered my songs with those moronic, nonsensical, simpleton lyrics. Who writes like that. Your writing is so poor, one would think English is not your first language. At least then you'd have an excuse for writing in that manner.

The songs don't even make sense anymore. The rip offs look like hodge podge madness that don't go together. There is no way you have a 160 IQ as you publicly claimed, and ironically, you started saying this after I did about myself.

44. Previous Items Madonna Stole From My Released And Unreleased Copyrights - Some Of Which She Fenced To Others In The Industry That Are Linked To Her Via Other Business Deals, Partnerships And Government Business Records (IRS ect):

1. "Hung Up" by Madonna BOYCOTT THIS SONG - audio and lyrical comparisons coming soon.

2. "Sorry" by Madonna BOYCOTT THIS SONG - audio and lyrical comparisons coming soon.

3. Madonna's pictures from "Greatest Hits Volume 2" CD

4. "Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani - audio and lyrical comparisons coming soon!

5. "Can I Live" by Nick Cannon - click links for song comparisons to show the deliberate theft of my copyrighted work.

My 2004 Why Did This Happen To Me piano riff vs. Nick Cannon's 2005 Can I Live Piano riff

Now listen to them back to back and you hear the crystal clear duplication of my piano riff

That's a clear rip off of my piano riff - he only sped up the tempo to hide the theft. It is clear he stole my original piano riff and used it for April 2005's "Can I Live" and I have a copyrighted unreleased song from July of 2004 called "Let Me Live" and another titled "Unborn" which is about abortion as well, that I dropped from the album at the last minute in December 2004 due to lack of space, opting to write a December 2004 article about abortion instead. Nick Cannon clearly plagiarized the article for his song, applying it to himself and his circumstances in addition to deliberately stealing the copyrighted piano riff from my copyrighted song "Why Did This Happen To Me," which I referred to on this site as my best song from the album "Aisha."

My song was released and copyrighted way before Nick Cannon's. He's got absolutely no excuse for this. He did this deliberately. Even gave it a Christian bent like my song - when his songs in the past have been about partying, getting drunk and chasing women (Even MTV noted that and questioned the sudden change in direction by Cannon).

I haven't had a chance to go over his new CD, but when I do, if I find anything else, it will be added to the lawsuit and the financial damage amount will increase. 

6. "Streams Of Consciousness" by Britney Spears, Madonna's fellow Kabbalah cult member and collaborator, (stole concept of and plagiarized this site's Sound Off Column and Diary page on several occasions). Listed in greater detail in the lawsuit, which even more detailed comparisons to be presented in court.

7. Disney's "Princess Diaries 2" movie - see lawsuit for detailed list of comparisons.

8. Via one of the companies she illegally fenced my work to, Disney, who she has business ties to, a character on Disney's "Raven" named Myisha (which is like my name Aisha)- the character was a black blonde haired singer with a song that has the same lyric as my previously copyrighted and released song "Contemporary Girl" about a old fashioned girl with a private jet. Disney changed the lyric to a simple girl with a private jet. The song bares the same melody as well.  

9. "The Prince And Me" movie directed by Martha Coolidge

10. "Material Girls" movie directed by Martha Coolidge for Madonna's Maverick BOYCOTT THIS FILM

11. Poster for Madonna's husband's film "Revolver"

12. Artwork for Madonna's "Confessions On A Dance Floor" CD BOYCOTT THIS CD

13. "Madonna's Inspirations" book

14. Items from Madonna's "English Roses" Fashionline

15. Madonna's current cell phone giveaway contest.

16. Madonna's "Confessions on A Dance Floor" BOYCOTT THIS CD

17. Forthcoming "Tonight He Comes" movie BOYCOTT THIS FILM

18. Forthcoming "Valentines Day" movie BOYCOTT THIS FILM

19. "American Life" by Madonna

Contemporary Girl (Original Version 2001) then listen to American Life (2003)

Now listen to both beats together in the proceeding clip and you will see they match. They have the same amount of beats in the musical refrain/melody and follow the same rhythmic pattern. They stole my drum beat and made it into a synthesizer pattern/techno beat.

"Contemporary Girl" and "American Life" combined: click here to hear both beats combined

1. Both songs contain similar lyrics. In each chorus, my song "Contemporary Girl" contains the lines "Modern Society" at the beginning of the refrain. In her rip off version "American Life" the lyrics contain the words "Modern Life" in the beginning of the refrain. The phrase “Modern Society” can be used interchangeably with the term she put in "American Life," “Modern Life” as both phrases can be used to mean the same thing.

In "Contemporary Girl" the lyric in each chorus goes: “In a modern society, that gave you the right to be in control.”

In American Life the lyric in each chorus goes “This type of modern life - Is it for me?”

2. During the rap on "Contemporary Girl," I rap about the things contemporary women have. During the rap on "American Life," she rapped about the things she has. Both songs list similar things, in the same manner and both raps contain a “jet” as one of the items owned.

In "Contemporary Girl" the lyric goes: “a private jet for you to fly out.”

In "American Life" the lyric goes: “Three nannies, an assistant and a driver and a jet

3. In "Contemporary Girl" the lyric goes" “You can’t be the man, when you’re a girl.”

In "American Life" the lyric goes: “I tried to be a boy. I tried to be a girl

It's the same pun about feminists, but once again, she stole the lyric and rewrote it in such as way as to supposedly not get caught.

4. In "Contemporary Girl" the lyric goes: “No matter what your friends say”

In "American Life" the lyric goes: “I tried to find a friend

5. In "Contemporary Girl," I write about eating in the rap, the lyric goes “business brunch, the power lunch.”

In "American Life" she writes about eating in the rap, the lyric is “I'm drinking a Soy latte. I get a double shot”

6. As I wrote above, in "Contemporary Girl," I list all the things contemporary women have during the rap section:

Designer clothed
Hard nosed
Battle-ax with a fax
The business brunch
The power lunch
Net and gross
Who makes the most
Spreadsheets and requisitions
Mergers and acquisitions
Real time and the bottom line
Corporate takeovers and leveraged buyouts
A private jet for you to fly out
Just having your fun
Ms. hard as nails
But cry when you break one
You only care about how much you earn
But when will you ever learn

In "American Life" she raps about all the things she has during the rap section: 

I got a lawyer and a manager
An agent and a chef
Three nannies, an assistant
And a driver and a jet
A trainer and a butler
And a bodyguard or five
A gardener and a stylist
Do you think I'm satisfied?
I'd like to express my extreme point of view
I'm not Christian and I'm not a Jew


I reiterate, she went over the song and tried to rewrite it, as both songs’ lyrics follow the same order and share mutual lyrics. There are too many similarities and they follow the same song structure as well.

7. In "Contemporary Girl" I make references to God, as I am a Christian. I’ve written about Christianity on my web site many times. In the song "American Life" she makes references to Christianity and Judaism, and is now busy writing and speaking about the Kabballah religious cult she belongs to. She hadn’t written about or spoken of it before, as she has now. All of a sudden she is pushing religion via a cult, which is absolutely appalling. Even worse, she’s been accused of trying to teach her religious cult’s beliefs to kids via her poorly written children’s books.

8. Both songs have very similar melodies and grooves/beats. Listen to the electronic groove/beat in "American Life" and you will see they got it from my track "Contemporary Girl," as it’s the same melodic pattern and rhythm as my beat with the accent on the last note of the musical phrase. Madonna, Mirwais and Missy Elliot did the song, which took my drum beat and made it into a synth pattern that runs throughout the song "American Life."

Contemporary Girl (Original Version 2001) then listen to American Life (2003)

Now listen to both beats together in the proceeding clip and you will see they match. They have the same amount of beats in the musical refrain/melody and follow the same rhythmic pattern. They stole my drum beat and made it into a synthesizer pattern/techno beat.

"Contemporary Girl" and "American Life" combined: click here to hear both beats combined

As the combined songs show, both have the same rhythm, breaks, time and melodic pattern, only my drumbeat was made into a synth sample - which is why when played together both the "Contemporary Girl" drum beat and "American Life" synth are in complete sync. It's the musical equivalent of a tenor and soprano singing the same line at the same time - different ranges, but they are singing the same thing.

Another test, for all you home studio producers, if you run the "Contemporary Girl" beat listed above through efx processors, synth simulators or certain vocoders, you will come up with the "American Life" techno synth that's heard in her rip off.    

When you put the beat for "Contemporary Girl" and "American Life" in a music recording program, as I did to render the comparative mix listed above, the wave files even look the same to the point that you think it's the same song or a copy and paste (in the recording software).

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