This is just not on is it? Also very worrying is how this managed to get as far as actaully being sold on iTunes as a legitimate release by Boards of Canada.
The track is actually quite good though (but no BoC), and I suppose any royalties will go straight to the band, but I still feel this person needs to be severely punished for posing as a another artist in order to gain exposure to their own work. Or maybe iTunes need to be more vigilant in these areas.
I just haven't seen anything like this before. Tut tut etc.