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- Posted on Jul 23rd 2009 3:30PM by Mike Ayers
While we know times are tough for the music industry, Harris brings up a handful of very valid points that have him confused and angered. If he can't promote his own work, how is he supposed to make a living with it? "Fantastic use of time combating piracy by removing my own videos, what a f---ing revelation," he said via Twitter. "F--- the Torrent sites, this is the way forward." Another solid gripe lies within his assertion that while his clip was removed, other people's videos that use his songs are still available.
Harris is currently prepping the release of his sophomore album, 'Ready for the Weekend,' the follow up to 2007's 'I Created Disco.' In the meantime, he's currently trying to get in touch with the folks responsible, but is having a tough time (a notion we can all relate to when dealing with bureaucracies) "The BPI are the worst organization to ever walk the earth and their setup is shambolic and their online employees are all massive retards," he said before threatening to drive his car through the BPI's office window. He later apologized, writing "I got a bit caught up in the heat of the moment. Sorry to employees of the BPI who aren't massive retards. But please put my video back."