I'm still amused by how this case turned from "Simon Jensen is probably a made-up person by a notorious plagiarist record label trying to make money off tracks that aren't theirs" to an example of what seems like mental illness. After all, his original site still lists "Tell me the truth" as a JMJ collaboration even though now he's not attributing anything to JMJ anymore in his latest crap reuploads. Not to mention his SoundCloud page reposting one of the tracks plagiarized in his latest release?
(He originally had most of the tracks stolen in his initial releases as his SC favorites, even if they're now gone, but of course there's a chance that the SoundCloud archives still retain a log of what they were)
The worst part of all this is that he's doing a half-assed job with his theft but has gotten away with it for the most part due to how rigid the process of filing for copyright infringement is on Spotify, Apple Music et al - not to mention how the artists of the original non-JMJ cover/remix tracks he's stolen aren't around anymore to file claims against him.
(And I'd still say that might not prove entirely useful due to how those companies work, considering Jensen has removed his releases and reinstated them under "SIJA Music" earlier this year)
Except for mcvadsr (though his latest SC upload is from 5 months ago as of this writing), who'd possibly have the best chance of taking down Jensen's main stolen track.
Are there any Spanish-speaking people on this forum who might be willing to send mcvadsr a message about it and ask him to file a copyright claim against Jensen? After all, his track features original progressions (and posibly lyrics) in addition to the Oxygene 4 cover itself.