Ratm xmas number one

Rage Against The Machine wrote the song about the racism deeply embedded in American society – the police officers who “burn crosses” are closet members of the Ku Klux Klan. Lynch mob scum. They proposed instead Rage Against the Machine song" Killing in the Name" by establishing a Facebook account named" Rage Against the Machine for Christmas No 1".

A huge number of sympathisers subscribed to the group with reported members nearing one million individuals vowing to support the campaign. The rap metal group snatched the Christmas number one on Sunday with the help of an internet campaign on Facebook.

The band topped the chart with their 1992 hit Killing In The Name after the. " Killing in the Name" is a song by American rap metal band Rage Against the Machine, featured on their self-titled debut album, and was released as the lead single from the album in November 1992.

In 1993, the song peaked at number 25 in the United Kingdom, but in 2009 became the Christmas number one. Paul McCartney has picked sides in the battle between X factor winner Joe McElderry and Rage Against the Machine, calling the latter's battle for the Christmas No 1 spot" funny.

" Despite appearing on the X Factor final last Sunday (12 December), McCartney said that Rage Against the Machine taking the charts by storm would" prove a point".

Dec 20, 2009 · Christmas Number 1 2009 Announced - Rage Against The Machine. Rage Against The Machine for Xmas No. 1. Mix - Christmas Number 1 2009 Announced - Rage Against The Machine. Scott Mills Radio 1. Dec 20, 2009. In recent years, it had become as predictable as elections in North Korea – singer wins X Factor, singer's debut single goes to No 1.

So when. The UK Christmas number one is Britain's most hotly contested music chart of the year, dominated for the past four years by Simon Cowell's X Factor franchise and its conveyor belt of manufactured. Dec 20, 2009. Rock band Rage Against the Machine ended Simon Cowell's four year domination of the Christmas charts tonight after a hugely popular.

Rage Against The Machine For Christmas Number One? What’s The Point? Dec 20, 2009. Rage Against the Machine win the most gripping battle in years for the Christmas number one, beating X Factor winner Joe McElderry.

The war that has waged for dominance of the Christmas singles chart in the U. K. has been decided. In the blue corner, " X-Factor" reality pop T. V. show wi. As one Facebook RATM group member points out, " Rage Against the Machine is under Simon's Sony deal anyways, so no matter what, he'll still be getting money.

" Come to think about it. bringing another Sony band under the radar at Christmas time was an excellent idea for the record label.

American rap metal icons Rage Against The Machine have sensationally beaten off competition to win this year's race for Christmas number one. The death of the single? Pah. In recent weeks all eyes have been on the race for Christmas number one as a fan led campaign threatened to derail one of the biggest entertainment companies on the planet.

Rock band Rage Against the Machine have won the most competitive battle in years for the Christmas number one. The band's single, Killing In The Name, sold 500, 000 downloads beating X Factor winner Joe McElderry's The Climb by 50, 000 copies to clinch the top spot.

Take that, Simon Cowell! In your face, Louis Walsh! Fuck you, Dannii Minogue, we won’t do what you tell us! Mutha-fuck-eeeeeerz! Over the weekend, Facebook and Twitter were collectively gripped. The battle for Christmas Number 1 raged on through the week but when the final whistle went, it was Rage Against The Machine who finished in front, selling an incredible 502, 000 copies to Joe’s.

Rock band Rage Against the Machine ended Simon Cowell’s four year domination of the Christmas charts tonight after a hugely popular Facebook campaign helped the Los Angeles nu-metallers snatch the Christmas number one slot from X-factor’s Joe McEdlerry.

" Killing in the Name" is a song by American rap metal band Rage Against the Machine, featured on their self-titled debut album, and was released as the lead single from the album in November 1992. In 1993, the song peaked at number 25 in the United Kingdom, but in 2009 became the Christmas number one. Rock band Rage Against the Machine have won the most competitive battle in years for the Christmas number one.

The band's single, Killing In The Name, sold 500, 000 downloads beating X Factor winner Joe McElderry's The Climb by 50, 000 copies to clinch the top spot.

Since 2002 the Christmas number one has been dominated by reality television contests. Rage Against The Machine. " Merry Xmas Everybody" 5 Christmas Number 1 2009 Announced - Rage Against The Machine. Rage Against The Machine for Xmas No. 1. Mix - Christmas Number 1 2009 Announced - Rage Against The Machine. Scott Mills Radio 1. Music News: Rage Against The Machine have won the race to be Christmas number one, beating Joe McElderry in a record breaking contest.



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