Help Get A Rubbish Song To The UK Number 1 (And Fight Of Manufactured Bands)

Hey

Christ Moyles the savior of BBC Radio 1 has decided (although randomly not mentioned on this website, there is a little bit about this here and here) that he is fed up with the rubbish recycled songs the are made by recycled bands specifically in regards to the recent X-Factor winner. As a result he wants to get a rubbish song to number one. That song is Space Pirates from Cbeebies.

What he want is to get the very popular Cbeebies TV show (aged 1 to 5ish) from the BBC to number of the UK charts. The space pirates song goes something like this:

Na Na NaNaNa Naa,
Space Pirates,
Na Na NaNaNa Naa,
Space Pirates,

Chorus (I can't remember it)

Na Na NaNaNa Naa,
Space Pirates,
Na Na NaNaNa Naa,
Space Pirates,

Repeat about 100 times.

He wants this really rubbish (but very catchy) tune to be number one simply because the X-Factor song which always gets to the number one at Christmas is rubbish. Not to mention that fact about the big uproar about the voting.

To be able to make a difference go over to the iTunes UK music store (has to be UK) and download the Space Pirates tune, you don't need to buy the album just the tune. Its only 79p which is a bargain for the total embarrassment of a rubbish song getting to number one. Imagine Simon Cowells face (he runs X-factor so he gets a lot of the cash). I've had to tiny url it since blogger was giving me loads of grief, since the Url for some random reason wouldn't work.

At the moment it is currently at number 53 so its not to far off.

Spread the word and get a rubbish tune to the UK number one.


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