Adam Horovitz supports NME campaign

DSC04674British music magazine NME is spearheading a campaign to get the Sex Pistols' "God Save the Queen," which was recently re-released on vinyl in the UK, to number one on the charts. The magazine claims that the song was cheated out of earning the top position by the government when it was originally released 30 years ago. In its efforts to get the song to number one, the magazine has enlisted the support of many artists in the campaign, including Adam Horovitz.

"I'm a massive Sex Pistols fan. Never Mind the Bollocks is one of the most important albums ever," Horovitz told NME. "I love 'God Save the Queen,' man. It does deserve to go to Number One."

4 comments:

4:21 PM Danielle said...

NME is ridiculous to organize a campaign like this. If the song is going to be number one in 2007, it should achieve the status on its own.

What does John Lydon have to say about the campaign?

4:26 PM j e n n y said...

Ok, so in my dreams, Horovitz calls me up and invites me to go with him to the private show the Pistols are doing at the Roxy in West Hollywood. One can dream...

4:30 PM Hot Sauce said...

Lydon is all for it. And why shouldn't he be? It means attention and money in his pocket.

5:00 PM Saber said...

it's an awesome song

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