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An independent English musician famed on the Internet for his unusual stance on the DigitalPiracyIsEvil debate: he actually supports filesharing software, and writes musical open letters to various English politicians and musicians on the other side of the debate. His first such letter, to musician and anti-piracy crusader in the vein of [[Music/{{Metallica}} Lars Ulrich]] Lily Allen, was linked on The Pirate Bay, Piratbyrån, and various other major filesharing sites and his popularity skyrocketed in a very unusual (but large!) demographic.

The strange part is that after he released his first complete album, ''Safe'', on [=BitTorrent=]... the sales went up even further. That is correct: because he released the music for free download to anyone, ''more people bought it''.

After the legislative farce that resulted in the passing of the Digital Economy Act, he wrote another letter... to English First Secretary of State Peter Mandelson.

You might also know him for the ending theme of LetsPlay/NerdCubed.
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! Provides Examples Of:
* DigitalPiracyIsEvil: Wholly averted, as mentioned above. The whole filesharing community loves this guy.
* MotorMouth: His raps frequently highlight this.
* {{Nerdcore}}: On the edge of it.
* TakeThat: Any of his open letters.
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