any people claim that New Order’s single and football anthem
World in motion, also
released in 1990 and Being boring are similar to the point
that one could suspect plagiarism—or at least an inspiration. But
as it’s very unprobable that either band could heard the other’s song
before writing their own and considering the fact that what are
striking similarities to one might seem like no connection to the other,
we can safely assume that the (alleged) resemblance is strictly coincidental.
Perhaps it is also interesting to mention that both Pet Shop Boys and New Order had a song on their 1993’s albums (Very and Republic, respectively) called Young offender#t>.
ut this isn’t the case when it comes to Saint Etienne’s 1991’s song
She’s the one (released on their album Foxbase Alpha)
which drum pattern is sampled from Being boring’s Marshall
nerworld’s 2002’s track Twist is told to have a similar
bassline/sequencer sound to Being boring.
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