This week, Mick goes to the movies, sends his congrats to Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt and Jet Harris, celebrates New Year’s Eve (with a cold) and catches up on his reading…
Rage Against The Machine
If the Noughties taught us anything, it was that what a band actually mean when they ‘split up’ is that, ‘We’ll be back when nostalgia makes you miss us’. So, here are 10 of the reunions that fired– or should that be ‘failed to fire’?! – our imaginations during the last decade. This is in no particular order.
Rage Against The Machine will play a free UK show if Killing In The Name is Number One for Xmas.
It’s the Rage Factor! In what must be seen as an admission of defeat in the battle for the Christmas No.1, a host of X Factor contestants – including winner Joe McElderry – have been filmed singing Rage Against The Machine’s Killing In The Name. Come inside to watch the remarkable footage.
Rage Against The Machine are ahead of X Factor winner Joe McElderry in the race for the Christmas No.1, according to recent sales figures. You can help RATM consolidate their lead by downloading their song Killing In The Name for just 29p!
Now that The X Factor has dropped the idea of the winner of this series covering Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing as an Xmas single, Rage Against The Machine fans have launched their own bid via Facebook to scupper Simon Cowell’s attempts at chart domination over the festive season.