Rage Against the Machine v The X Factor: tragic, isn't it?

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Rage Against the Machine v The X Factor: tragic, isn't it?

Post  John Drake on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:23 pm

The sounds of Christmas this year will be a tone deaf pretend anarchist screaming his head off about nothing intelligible.

This racket will greet those of you who tune into Radio 1 to listen to the Christmas No1. And all because a mob of simpletons have decided that it would teach a lesson to Simon Cowell The Establishment and The Record Industry (basically Simon Cowell) if they bought so many copies of Killing in the Name by Rage Against the Machine that it beat The X Factor’s Joe McElderry to the top of the charts.

It’s already been said a million times, but it seems to make no difference, this knob head pseudo protest will do nothing to harm Cowell given that like Joe McElderry and Rage Against the Machine are ultimately owned by his record company. Rage Against the Machine style themselves as anti capitalists, which is no doubt why they signed a contract with Sony.

But that’s not the sole reason the RATM backers are thick. If the point they wanted to make is that The X Factor gives karaoke singers an unfair advantage over more talented artists, then they should have thrown their support behind a song by a talented artist rather than one by
pretend anarchists Rage Against the Machine who in their long and dreary career have produced nothing but crappy style heavy metal. Joe McElderry is no Stevie Wonder but he displays greater musical ability than that crew of washed up rent a rockers.

Alternatively, the anti X Factor campaigners could have done something more mischievous and mass downloaded not RATM but an absurd novelty hit like the Mr Blobby single that was the Christmas No1 of 1993. Joe McElderry beaten by RATM? Yawn. But Joe McElderry beaten by Mr Blobby that’s a statement. To have made such a selection however would have required a sense of humour something in short supply among RATM fans.

Mr Blobby’s lyrics (Blobby, oh My Blobby you’ll always prove that Blobby is the best) were no less shit than RATM’s. Killing in the Name is not an intelligent assault on capitalists, warmongers or any fucker else. It’s the melodrama of some adolescent refusing to take the binbags out.

Some well meaning twats have even been stupid enough to download the RATM song on the grounds that some of the proceeds will go to the homeless charity Shelter. It presumably hasn’t occurred to them to donate directly to the charity itself. Doing the latter means that not only will Shelter get a larger slice of your money, you won’t be left with a pile of shit on your MP3 player.

If you want to rebel against the record industry this Christmas, here’s an idea, don’t buy fuck all.
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Post  IVF on Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:57 pm

David Icke claiming Time Warner is an Illuminati front while his books are produced by Time Warner in Canada!
Just how did Ickes kid get that big time recording deal with you know who Rolling Eyes
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Post  Guest on Thu Dec 24, 2009 6:29 pm

Gareth Icke is not such a big name whatsoever, but leave the kids out of the Icke bashing please.
As for the record they could of made the Michael Jackson created charity song 'We are the World' to really fight against Cowell.
The best thing to attack Simon Cowell is actually stop watching the X-Factor all together.

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Post  John Drake on Thu Dec 24, 2009 7:05 pm

IVF is right.

How did Icke get Time Warner which he calls an Illuminati front to print his books?

Leave the kids out of it lol hes 20 odd years old. Hes gone and landed a big recording deal with people who his father regards as the enemy. You go figure.

Looks like the Illuminati are looking after Icke and family very well.
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