Miley Cyrus' 'Rockstar' Accused to Be a Rip-Off


Miley Cyrus


More trouble comes for the pop star as she has been alleged of stealing a song from an L.A. band Lustra.
It seems that troubles never stop to come for teen pop star Miley Cyrus. After the blow up of her nude photos in Vanity Fair, the singer is being alleged of stealing a song. Miley has been accused of copying an L.A. band Lustra's song titled "Scotty Doesn't Know", which was one of the songs on the movie Eurotrip's soundtrack.

The band claim that their song has been imitated for Miley's hit single "Rockstar". In order to prove their claim, the band are inviting all of the teen sensation's fans to check out Lustra's song on their MySpace page.

The band figured out the similarities between the two songs from their fans and after listening and comparing it by themselves they concluded that the tunes are the same though the lyrics are different. Commenting on that, the band's guitarist Nick Cloutman said, "Although we are very flattered that Ms. Cyrus took this route, we would have preferred some credit."

Meanwhile, Miley's song "Rockstar" is one of the singles from her debut album "Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus." The album, which was the soundtrack of Disney's popular series starred by the pop sensation "Hannah Montana", became a hit after debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart and sold about 326,000 copies in its first week only.

Miley Cyrus' "Rockstar":



Lustra's "Scotty Doesn't Know":




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