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Do you want to give Simon Cowell a surprise?
No Christmas No 1 for the X Factor winner.
There is an internet campaign to get Rage against the Machine's Killing in the Name to No 1.
When and were to buy here.
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There's an exquisite irony to a mass campaign to get everyone to buy a track whose signature lyric is "fuck you I won't do what you tell me"
posted by purplecup [232 posts] 5th December 2009 - 0:01
I think thats the idea, ie that Mr Cowell we wont buy what you sell us................................................................................. although having just signed up to the bike to work scheme to get a Boardman over another Mercian I do feel a bit two faced!
2010 - Cheshire Cat / Dragon Ride
posted by canyonsi [42 posts] 18th December 2009 - 14:01
Doesn't Cowell have some stake in the record label that has the rights to this track?
not all carbon is the same.
posted by Jon Burrage [1081 posts] 18th December 2009 - 14:03
As the "group" state, more anti "x factor" than Cowell, but quite how you seperate not so sure!
posted by canyonsi [42 posts] 18th December 2009 - 15:01
did you hear them ripping up five live? priceless. "Get rid of it!!"
posted by Dave Atkinson [7388 posts] 18th December 2009 - 17:18
Nice to see Top of the Pops having to play it on Xmas Day although they faded it before the swearing started this time.
posted by demoff [344 posts] 28th December 2009 - 22:13
YES. There's no point fighting him...he's a powerful man with a lot of money, and has done extremely well for himself.
posted by bobby84 [9 posts] 30th November 2010 - 12:10
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