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March 16, 2006

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I recently learned of the plagiarism allegations Luixy Toledo has brought against Michael Jackson, and found them somewhat intriguing. Long story short, Luixy alleges that he sent Michael Jackson a copy of his CD in 1974 as a birthday present (because th [Read More]

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Dale Hazelton

LUIXY GOT HOSED! At least he didn't own up to writing "She's Out of My Life".

Kanuto

You should be Luixy Toledo in my magazine.
Review show in Madrid. Increible!!!

All song are very strong, stupid and crazy!!!

Kanuto

http://www.spacerockheaters.com/musica/luixy.htm

rafa

Luixy rocks.

The Glorious Lucifer

In fact, I'd swear Luixy said once on TV that he and Michael were together on Mars, but maybe I've just dreamed about it.

Fudge

The Mp3 posted cannot be the same track that he sent to MJ in 1974, because of all the midi used to create it was not invented in 1974....either way, they're both crazy.

Ferrus

Luixy is great!!!!!

Marni Carlsson

did you know that Rod Temperton wrote "Thriller" and not Michael Jackson?

PT

This is a hoax, people. The Luixy recording uses keyboard-derived "horns" and percussion sounds that weren't available in the 1970s. Obviously he recorded this "Exorcismo" song in the 1980s or later.

Also, there is no record of any "court" saying the songs' similarities are coincidental.

It's a hoax, everyone, and you've all been fooled.

Francisco

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sUohultT3k&feature=related

Here you can see Luixy dancing. LOL

cc

I think the "coincidental" court comment was in another case, not this. I don't think this ever went to court did it?

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