“You can’t judge a book by its cover. While Vicnet seems to mock future victims of the new Hadopi 2.0 law by welcoming with glee the Sarkozy government’s initiative with his second album Mr. Hadopi, this album is more of a cry against an ubiquitous hypocrisy and a vibrant ode to free culture.”

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