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    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=...d=218518120982
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    This is absolutely preposterous. Do they seriously think such a campaign is required? Or do they just want to mimic the subculture which surrounded previous ones?
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    sounds a bit lame
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    No, just no.
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    Hell no :dry:
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    Wut?! :nothing: stupid idea is stupid.
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    The song is crap
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    no.

    yes to this: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=...7208538&ref=ts
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    Why are they suddenly doing this :confused:
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    I love the irony of this.

    The RATM campaign was set up as a boycott to pop songs. To get something in the counter-culture into the top spot. Girls Aloud are hardly a group - not band - that have struggled in the charts are they?
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    That's ******* ridiculous, I'm dangerously close to angry now. Talentless skanks anyway.
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    That campaign is a bit like saying "Cheryl Cole doesn't have enough money, let's give her more!"
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    It reminds me of the STOP to the TOP campaign that happened two-three years ago.
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    This makes me feel sick....the reasons behind doing this is to give money to some skanky whores rather than make a statement against pop music's hold on the charts......:mob:
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    (Original post by Wednesday Bass)
    Girls Aloud are hardly a group - not band - that have struggled in the charts are they?
    Girls Aloud are a group- obviously
    and the second part doesn't even make sense
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    (Original post by xAmberN)
    Girls Aloud are a group- obviously
    and the second part doesn't even make sense
    The reason RATM was chosen was because they've never had chart success and a lot of people will have never heard of them. Find me a 10 year old girl in this country that doesn't know a girls aloud song.
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    So? why does that make a difference?
    and there's a reason why RATM hadn't had chart success
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    ugh. no thank you. i don't care about what's in the charts why would i start now..
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    Ridiculous. Clearly the person who started this idea wasn't smart enough to realise the reasoning behind the RATM campaign.
 
 
 
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