Currently sitting at NO1 in the UK charts, ahead of the X-factor winner, Joe Mcbland or something- when the charts for the past week are announced tonight the number one single will take the coveted Christmas Number One slot. Let's hope Rage against the Machine do it and show Simon Cowell that his inane, plastic music show is not representative of the genuine musical talent struggling to break through in an industry that is becoming increasingly tacky thanks to shows like the X-Factor. And speaking of X-Factor - what the F%$k was Paul McCartney thinking of with his appearance last week? No one can take away the genius Macca's given us over the years but he's finally gone and become Barry Manilow.
Ahh well - that's the rage from this aging ex-punk.