Men At Work’s 1983 hit single Down Under is deeply rooted in Australian culture. Labeled the de facto national anthem, it undoubtedly resonates with a nation. Though the song itself is familiar to most, not commonly known is that 35 years after the band’s success, they were sued for copyright infringement by music publishing company Larrikin Music.
Screening with Quelle Musique Tu Parles? (What Music Do You Speak?)