Remember the German musician that sampled 72,000 tracks in a single song and then tried to register all of them with a local music rights organization? Apparently it took him a while to fill out all those thousands of forms, but he finally got to delver them to German music rights group GEMA yesterday. Here's a video of the delivery:

The GEMA folks clearly sensed that they couldn't just close the doors on him, and instead asked everyone to take part in an impromptu press conference, where everyone respectfully disagreed on things like collective licenses for file sharers, according to German online magazine gulli.

The musician did however show that he wasn't out to punish GEMA's employees. He ended up taking all of his forms back at the end of the day, bringing them to a museum instead.

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