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Christmas Number One 2004

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  • Johnnie
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    William Hill has Take That has the favourites for the Christmas number one 2004.. Are they making a come back?

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    Well, the word round the camp fire a few months ago was that they were
    getting back together, but, the very gorgeous Robbie said he wasn’t interested. Since then i’ve not heard anymore about it.
    We’ll have to ask Neil Shaun the man in the know.

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    Lee Smith
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    Music should always be broadcast live.

    Gangs of boys and girls that do not play musical instruments and call themselves a band should also be kicked into touch.

    Pop music is lame as is the m.o.b.o’s and Xmas number 1.

    Rap also should be said with a silent ‘c’.

    L!ve music is tops.

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    Band Aid III will be the number one hit this X-mas with Do they know it?s christmas (Coldplay , The Darkness,Robbie Williams, Jamelia, Noel Gallagher a.m.)

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    I?ve read a forum on another site………………………………..
    Man, Canadian bands don?t do anything for Christmas. They just go home and, like, celebrate with their families. What?s that all about? Over in England, this particular holiday is big business for the music industry and every year features a competitive battle for the top spot on the singles charts.

    See, singles get a lot more attention in the U.K., where actual albums tend to be rather expensive and, as December 25 approaches, there?s a real fight to make #1 in sales.

    This year the results are in a bit early. Since the charts for the actual pre-Christmas week won?t get published until Boxing Day, this past week has been generally agreed upon as the deciding one ? and the numbers are hardly surprising. The largely-expected winner is Band Aid 20 with the refurbished “Do They Know It?s Christmas?” …………………and the winner is

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