Well, I consider stealing a song not once, but twice, as he did with this one (he just changed record label and released it again) offensive enough. For even more serious charges, visit any Runaways forum. But he also made some major bona fide contributions to rock music…
If that was intentional in stealing the song (I kinda doubt it – I'm calling in a subconscious plagiarism, like the analogy between Jorge Ben Jor's 'Taj Mahal' and Rod Stewart's 'Da Ya Think I'm S**y'), then I'd be more than surprised. I'd say Kim is a major offender [after doing a mini-research on him], from making bland novelty records [I've heard better, in my opinion. An opportunist who wants shock, but has bad promotions], to going too far with The Runaways.
I don't want this thread to go off topic but I'll conclude my statement on him: Love the music, dislike the man. Made me earn a little more respect for Benny Andersson; of whom he watches his composition like a hawk.
Had to get my mind out and post it for the sake of it (Not sure if someone's posted it already) – This song has a kind of reggae vibe that would later land in Frida's song (of course it's ABBA related) from her famous English solo album (just gave you a hint) – take a shot which Frida's song does this have this kind of intro that Scorpions laid out? :-)
It's only ABBA related because of Rutger Gunnarsson... Name that Rutger song: an easy task for ABBA fans alike.
He happens to have a song that resembles like Bob Dylan's arrangement and production of 'If Not For You' in a vague, non-direct way, like Wizzard's 'See My Baby Jive' to ABBA's 'Waterloo', though, this has yet to be proven.. Care to take a guess what's the name of the song? Hint: both songs between Bob Dylan and Rutger have the slide guitar parts and are in the key of E... plus, Rutger doesn't sing like George Harrison like Bob does