In case you didn't know, you can add Incubus to the list of recording artists who are trying to get out of their record deal with Sony. Despite the fact that they have sold over 7 million units, they feel that they aren't being compensated fairly for their work. They are citing the De Havilland Law (California Labor Code Section 2855) which allows artists to get out of service contracts that are longer than 7 years. Do you think a recording artist should be allowed to get out of a bad deal? On one hand, we don't want people to be exploited by corporations (which suck, I know...all too well...). On the other hand, Incubus should have known better than to sign a recording contract. My personal opinion is that Incubus should rot in their record deal. Not because I don't like the band but because the power disparity between recording labels and artists is something that can't be solved through legislation. Recording artists should know by now that major labels will take advantage of their lack of business knowledge. Those who do sign with majors are suckers who deserve it. ...Has this been done before? I couldn't find it in a search.