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Topics: Music, busted

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

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Rotterdam- The former hyper-pop-rock-teenager band Busted have followed Keane in attacking the Conservative Party over their choice of songs.

British band Keane recently stated they would not vote for the Conservative Party in the coming UK elections because of the use of 'Everybody's Changing' without permission in one Conservative presentation.

The treachery of the Conservative Music Department seems to have gone further than anybody thought with their redo of the song 'Year 3000' by Busted. The following changes were made to promote Conservative viewpoints and dismiss other political parties.

Version 1:

I've been to the Year 3000,
Not much has changed but they lived underwater,
And they're still in debt cos' of Labour,
Who are pretty rubbish (They're pretty rubbish!)

Version 2:

I've been to the Year 3000,
Not much has changed but they lived underwater,
And the Conservatives are still in power,
They're pretty awesome(They're pretty awesome!)

Speaking in Rotterdam for no particular reason, a spokesperson for Busted informed us that the band have chosen not to vote in the coming elections.

Busted have been recently asked to write a song by the Lib Dems, which will be launched on the 'I Hung Around (Yeah Yeah)' EP, entitled 'Super Clegg!'

Jaffa Forbes
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