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The Explicit MP3 version of Rage Against the Machine's KILLING IN THE NAME is just 20p on Amazon for the next few weeks! It's one of their reduced songs, but won't help get it to the number one on the singles chart.

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#1
this is great for the people who want to do that campaign! (as useless as it is lol) but at this price ill buy it! give em more of a chance vs the rest of the sane world!
#2
Before buying it you need to make sure that Amazon downloads count in the charts. Not all sites do. They are going to post the valid sites on the start date.
#3
I'm not sure if amazon counts towards the charts - I know HMV & itunes do.

Oh & don't buy it until next week anyway - I'd stick that in your OP.
#4
[SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]MUST BE more then 40P to count in the charts[/COLOR][/SIZE]
#5
Sounds like Simon Cowell has had a word with Amazon!
#6
Adam2050
[SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]MUST BE more then 40P to count in the charts[/COLOR][/SIZE]


I was just going to post this, all downloads bought from Amazon won't count!
#7
2 things.

Need to check if Amazon counts towards the chart, but even if they do it wont if you direct link. This info from the facebook page:

“There are sites popping up now with direct referral links to the song. Chart rules state:
"Weblinks directly connecting purchasers of a single to either ‘shop’ web pages on an artist or label
website or any other general retailing website will not be chart eligible."
http://www.theofficialcharts.com/doc...ust%202009.pdf
Needless to say, we can't condone sites using 'associate' links as this just defeats the object of what we're trying to achieve here! If you have made a site, please just link to the digital site itself if you must do this”
1 Like #8
Actually come to think of it, I'm not entirely sure that I have this on my iTunes, and I know I don't own the CD anymore. So I'll have a check and if I don't I'll download this tonight. Yes, you read that right, I'll buy it tonight. I won't wait until the 13th. Because I'll probably listen to it as well. Imagine that- someone buying music with the aim of listening to it and not to further some ridiculous viral campaign. The mind boggles.
#9
And come on guys, expiring this because it doesn't count towards the campaign? Seriously? It is a cracking deal regardless.
#10
Adam2050
[SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]MUST BE more then 40P to count in the charts[/COLOR][/SIZE]


[COLOR="Red"]WOW[/COLOR] REALLY THIS [SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]BIG [/COLOR][/SIZE]haha :thumbsup:
1 Like #11
How pathetic we are in this day and age. Sticking it to the man involves attempting to get a song to number 1 to stop X Factor single getting there.

At one time it was punks rise sticking its fingers up at 70s rock, 2tone ska combining punk with jamaican roots promoting racial unity,90s grunge forcing out 80s hair metal.......

And what do we get today, people attempting to stop corporatism of X Factors profitable dominance by attempting to get an early 90s Rage song into the charts.....whoppppeee dooooo

Simple, don't like X Factor, don't tune in, don't give it the need for airtime, go out on a saturday night, go and see and support a local band, give sweat and toil support.....saying that though, we are that passive today no wonder there are no movements in music political or otherwise...pathetic.
#12
OP should amend to say doesn't count towards charts, or expire
#13
cicobuff
How pathetic we are in this day and age. Sticking it to the man involves attempting to get a song to number 1 to stop X Factor single getting there.

At one time it was punks rise sticking its fingers up at 70s rock, 2tone ska combining punk with jamaican roots promoting racial unity,90s grunge forcing out 80s hair metal.......

And what do we get today, people attempting to stop corporatism of X Factors profitable dominance by attempting to get an early 90s Rage song into the charts.....whoppppeee dooooo

Simple, don't like X Factor, don't tune in, don't give it the need for airtime, go out on a saturday night, go and see and support a local band, give sweat and toil support.....saying that though, we are that passive today no wonder there are no movements in music political or otherwise...pathetic.


Well said.

We live in the time where nobody gives a **** and psuedo-online campaigns such as this are the closest thing you will see to revolution.
#14
worth posting just so people know NOT to buy from amazon if they want it to count towards the charts. in response to cicobuff, dont get so uptight and angry about it! its just a bit of fun. its campaigns like this that make the people of britain so wonderfully different to every other nation. we have a sense of humour that is in everyway unique to everbody else and this campaign is a great example of that. im afraid your one of the minority who find it "pathetic"
#15
cicobuff
How pathetic we are in this day and age. Sticking it to the man involves attempting to get a song to number 1 to stop X Factor single getting there.

At one time it was punks rise sticking its fingers up at 70s rock, 2tone ska combining punk with jamaican roots promoting racial unity,90s grunge forcing out 80s hair metal.......

And what do we get today, people attempting to stop corporatism of X Factors profitable dominance by attempting to get an early 90s Rage song into the charts.....whoppppeee dooooo

Simple, don't like X Factor, don't tune in, don't give it the need for airtime, go out on a saturday night, go and see and support a local band, give sweat and toil support.....saying that though, we are that passive today no wonder there are no movements in music political or otherwise...pathetic.


:thumbsup:
#16
stokecityfc
Sounds like Simon Cowell has had a word with Amazon!


You may well be right! He was worried about this campaign enough to comment on it and brand it as "stupid".

Tricking a few hundred thousand people into buying the song from a site that won't count it in the charts would save him the embarrassment of being knocked off the top spot for sure.

As stupid as he may think the campaign is, he knows how devastating it would be to the future financial success of his "chosen one" if they didn't secure Xmas No 1. I have no doubt that he'll be watching the day-to-day sales next week, and if worst comes to worst he'd put up the money to make sure that the XFactor single get's no 1.
#17
[COLOR="Red"]LISTEN TO THE MAN – THIS DOES NOT COUNT TOWARDS CHART – DO NOT PURCHASE FROM HERE[/COLOR]
#18
cicobuff
How pathetic we are in this day and age. Sticking it to the man involves attempting to get a song to number 1 to stop X Factor single getting there.

At one time it was punks rise sticking its fingers up at 70s rock, 2tone ska combining punk with jamaican roots promoting racial unity,90s grunge forcing out 80s hair metal.......

And what do we get today, people attempting to stop corporatism of X Factors profitable dominance by attempting to get an early 90s Rage song into the charts.....whoppppeee dooooo

Simple, don't like X Factor, don't tune in, don't give it the need for airtime, go out on a saturday night, go and see and support a local band, give sweat and toil support.....saying that though, we are that passive today no wonder there are no movements in music political or otherwise...pathetic.



Chill Winston, it's just a bit of a laugh. Besides, it's raised £7k+ and counting towards Shelter, which help a lot of people, especially at Xmas when it's fecking cold. So if you don't want to join the 'revolution' (ha ha!), maybe pop a few quid into helping a hungry homeless person this Xmas :thumbsup:

http://www.justgiving.com/ratm4xmas
banned#19
HOT PRICE.

Get the song for 29p and give the 41p you have saved to Shelter.

You get the song and the charity gets money from each sale.
#20
the gooner
worth posting just so people know NOT to buy from amazon if they want it to count towards the charts. in response to cicobuff, dont get so uptight and angry about it! its just a bit of fun. its campaigns like this that make the people of britain so wonderfully different to every other nation. we have a sense of humour that is in everyway unique to everbody else and this campaign is a great example of that. im afraid your one of the minority who find it "pathetic"


I take music seriously, the reason I am getting "uptight" about it, is it shouldn't be "fun" its pathetic in this day and age this is our version of a "revolution" against corporatism, it is pathetic.

Don't like X Factor, stop being sedentary sitting at home watching it and complaining, go out and support your local bands, this sticking it to the man is futile! Demand = Profit, if the demand for X Factor isn't there, you have won the battle, not some gimmicky campaing of "fun"
#21
cicobuff
How pathetic we are in this day and age. Sticking it to the man involves attempting to get a song to number 1 to stop X Factor single getting there.

At one time it was punks rise sticking its fingers up at 70s rock, 2tone ska combining punk with jamaican roots promoting racial unity,90s grunge forcing out 80s hair metal.......

And what do we get today, people attempting to stop corporatism of X Factors profitable dominance by attempting to get an early 90s Rage song into the charts.....whoppppeee dooooo

Simple, don't like X Factor, don't tune in, don't give it the need for airtime, go out on a saturday night, go and see and support a local band, give sweat and toil support.....saying that though, we are that passive today no wonder there are no movements in music political or otherwise...pathetic.


Oh go and read the NME somewhere... Where's the harm in people taking part in what is basically a social experiment? I'm just interested to see if masses can come together enough to send a message that we're just a bit fed up of having what we listen to decided for us.

And thanks to that post above I will donate some extra money to that charity when I buy the single. I wouldn't be surprised if RATM also donate their profits to some good cause.
#22
nick666
OP should amend to say doesn't count towards charts, or expire


Why? Whether it counts or now has 0 ZERO bearing on whether it's a hot deal.

You don't expire a deal on a Kenwood Blender if it doesn't count towards the Blender charts do you?
#23
cicobuff
I take music seriously, the reason I am getting "uptight" about it, is it shouldn't be "fun" its pathetic in this day and age this is our version of a "revolution" against corporatism, it is pathetic.

Don't like X Factor, stop being sedentary sitting at home watching it and complaining, go out and support your local bands, this sticking it to the man is futile!


to be honest, i'd rather hear RATM than come x-factor crap on the radio (no i dont watch x-factor).

get off your high-horse :thumbsup:
#24
This price reduction smacks to me of Cowell fixing the charts. I would swear multiply at this point, but I know I'd get a smacked wrist.
1 Like #25
khamill
[COLOR="Red"]LISTEN TO THE MAN – THIS DOES NOT COUNT TOWARDS CHART – DO NOT PURCHASE FROM HERE[/COLOR]


UNLESS YOU'RE ON SOME KIND OF HOT DEAL SITE RATHER THAN WANTING TO SPEND 4 TIMES THE PRICE FOR NO REASON ANYONE OVER 12 SHOULD CARE ABOUT.

This hotukdeals not "WeAllHateRealityTV.com", the "deal" of buying it for normal price should have been deleted.
#26
mugglesquop
to be honest, i'd rather hear RATM than come x-factor crap on the radio (no i dont watch x-factor).

get off your high-horse :thumbsup:


So would I, but its hardly sticking it to the man :roll:
#27
When people can campaign to get only £80,000 sales for a number one spot, you don't need to get a song to number one to prove the charts have died...the very idea does it.
#28
Dudley
UNLESS YOU'RE ON SOME KIND OF HOT DEAL SITE RATHER THAN WANTING TO SPEND 4 TIMES THE PRICE FOR NO REASON ANYONE OVER 12 SHOULD CARE ABOUT.

This hotukdeals not "WeAllHateRealityTV.com", the "deal" of buying it for normal price should have been deleted.


Get real. This has been posted because of the campaign. There are loads of other cheap tracks around, they're not all listed on here, are they? The reason people would want to buy this *now* is because of the campaign - and if this doesn't count, they'd be spending 29p on *nothing*.

FWIW, the campaign won't work anyway, but this is just Amazon trying to cash in...
#29
great deal, but nevertheless i'd remove it for the simple reason that people may download it thinking it counts toward the xmas no1
#30
Matt J
When people can campaign to get only £80,000 sales for a number one spot, you don't need to get a song to number one to prove the charts have died...the very idea does it.


The record low sales for a single to get to number one is 17,000 or so (Orsun - No Tomorrow) fwiw.
2 Likes #31
It's not even really sticking it too 'the man' either. X-Factor is Sony, as is RATM. 'The man' will win whatever...
#32
This deal is still valid, why is it expired? (just because it won't count in the charts doesn't make it cold or expired)

It is also far cheaper than the deal with heat around 1500+, even though the same song is being sold for 70p/99p

Have some heat and rep
#33
ewanjp
It's not even really sticking it too 'the man' either. X-Factor is Sony, as is RATM. 'The man' will win whatever...


Ha ha.....very good point :thumbsup: rep added, as I said really the only way is not to give The X factor a market to start with, go and support local bands instead, real talent, not reality show talent.

This campaign is a sedentary futile effort to temporarily get something else to No.1, the only proper way to stop it happening again and again is to not support the X Factor, don't watch it...let the viewing figures drop, give ITV a reason to drop the show.

I do believe the public are starting to tire of these singing reality shows now, so its years are numbered anyway.
#34
I don't hear people saying they hate the X-Factor they just don't want the X-factor winner song to automatically get to number one.
#35
cicobuff
How pathetic we are in this day and age. Sticking it to the man involves attempting to get a song to number 1 to stop X Factor single getting there.

At one time it was punks rise sticking its fingers up at 70s rock, 2tone ska combining punk with jamaican roots promoting racial unity,90s grunge forcing out 80s hair metal.......

And what do we get today, people attempting to stop corporatism of X Factors profitable dominance by attempting to get an early 90s Rage song into the charts.....whoppppeee dooooo

Simple, don't like X Factor, don't tune in, don't give it the need for airtime, go out on a saturday night, go and see and support a local band, give sweat and toil support.....saying that though, we are that passive today no wonder there are no movements in music political or otherwise...pathetic.


Right on brother, you're a very earnest individual aren't you, you must be a wow at parties. It's funny, a laugh, it's not a completely serious protest. Punk, ska, grunge now pathetic, I like it!
#36
jonfev
Right on brother, you're a very earnest individual aren't you, you must be a wow at parties. It's funny, a laugh, it's not a completely serious protest. Punk, ska, grunge now pathetic, I like it!


+1
#37
Here's a thought rather than buying a track you already have from the first album why not buy the re-recorded Calling all the heroes that has been re-recorded to raise funds for flood victims in Cumbria. See http://www.itbites.com/index.html

It should be coming out next week and hopefully has no link to Simon Cowell or whatever is name is whatsoever...
#38
Dudley
The record low sales for a single to get to number one is 17,000 or so (Orsun - No Tomorrow) fwiw.


Well there we go then haha
#39
jonfev
Right on brother, you're a very earnest individual aren't you, you must be a wow at parties. It's funny, a laugh, it's not a completely serious protest. Punk, ska, grunge now pathetic, I like it!


Just as I said, people are passive today, whats the point of a protest if its not meant seriously, its "fun" to get a song to number 1 instead of The X Factor....whats the point then, whats the statement? Just a joke? Wow how funny:roll:

More constructive to switch off the television and go and support a local band, than to watch and support The X Factor to begin with, earnest? maybe, there again I would sooner a proper band have a crack at success than Simon Cowells "bit of fun" Zig and Zag...I am sure you rip that up at parties huh.
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