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Stop this barbaric “sport” from returning.


The race for Christmas Number One

[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=rage+against+the+machine&iid=2439489″ src=”7/b/0/f/dc.JPG?adImageId=8526776&imageId=2439489″ width=”234″ height=”351″ /]There are some British Christmas traditions that are truly unique, and aren’t really repeated anywhere else in the world, or if they are were started in Britain. The popularisation of The Christmas Tree, Christmas Cards, and Pantomime in particular are all British exports in the Christmas tradition. However, there is one race that seems to be uniquely British based and that the is the Race to the top of the singles chart at Christmas, the Christmas Number One.

In the last four years this particular battle had been nullified by a TV show called The X-Factor. The X-Factor is Simon Cowell’s TV show format to replace the Idol shows, baring very little difference except the contestants are divided into groups and given a mentor (pretty much no more than a figure head) who is also one of the judges on the show. Each year since they first started releasing their winner’s song in the week before Christmas, the X-Factor has dominated the number 1 position in the UK charts for that week. Shayne Ward, Leona Lewis, Leon Jackson and Alexandra Burke all garnered Number One hit songs from the X-Factor.

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Lack of blogging makes me a dull boy

I do have to apologise for my lack of blogging over the last month, I’ve been very busy. However, there will be a new blog in the next few days! Yay!

In fact, you’ll be getting three in the next 10 days! Yay!

Two are about Doctor Who again! Yay!

But one is definitely going to be about the furore of the UK Christmas Number One run. I, like many people couldn’t resist this battle, so I will be giving my view point very soon. Just as soon as I’ve wrapped up all these presents… Goddamn sellotape…

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