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Saturday, 13 November 2010

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They Will Sell Hundred of These Due to Simple Marketing Ploys to Doofus Teenage Girls

<city famous for its music>, <country of city> - A new group consisting of pretty, young girls/boys played a sellout tour in Europe/America, opening with their hit single on the Billboard charts.

The group, not a BAND, (because bands PLAY instruments), formed because they were on American Idol/X-Factor/Fame Academy and won/had a chance of winning, ergo gaining a chance to sign with Sony/EMI/Universal/Warner, and record a new album which will be flying off shelves in ASDA/Wal-Mart/Tesco in time for the Christmas/Easter/Public Holiday season.

Their manager said this in a press conference outside the studio. "This group will be world famous. I bet you, sooner or later they'll be a househould name."

Music magazines said that they sound totally different, even though the same AutoTune system was used for another group whom they said the same about.

In two weeks' time, a member of the group will leave due to drugs/drink/personal problems/boredom/died.

In four weeks' time, the group will try to put out a new album, which will be a commercial flop. The group will then split up, working mops and brooms, and being destitute.

In five weeks' time, the group will fade into obscourity, being replaced with another group who sound exactly the same.

This new group consisting of pretty, young girls/boys played a sellout tour in Europe/America, opening with their hit single on the Billboard charts.

The group, not a BAND, (because bands PLAY instruments), formed because they were on American Idol/X-Factor/Fame Academy and won/had a chance of winning, ergo gaining a chance to sign with Sony/EMI/Universal/Warner, and record a new album which will be flying off shelves in ASDA/Wal-Mart/Tesco in time for the Christmas/Easter/Public Holiday season....

Where have I heard this before?

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