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Coldplay may have been living the life this year, but now they’re facing troubles over their song Viva La Vida. That’s because guitarist Joe Satriani is suing the band for copyright infringement.
Satriani claims Coldplay plagiarized his music and that Viva La Vida, Coldplay’s biggest hit, includes “substantial original portions” of his 2004 instrumental If I Could Fly.
The Times Online explains the consequences:
The guitarist is reportedly seeking a jury trial, damages and “any and all profits” attributable to the alleged copyright infringement.
The suit was filed the day after Coldplay made headlines around the world for bagging seven Grammy Award nominations, including Song of the Year and Record of the Year for the disputed track.
The track is the most successful of Coldplay’s career and went straight to No 1 on the UK charts when it was released in June. Song-writing credits list singer Chris Martin, bass player Guy Berryman, guitarist Johnny Buckland and drummer Will Champion.
Ouch. This sure puts a damper on all those accolades and stuff. Oh well, hopefully with all the money they’ve made off this maybe-stolen track, they can pay for some damn good lawyers.