James masterton

Masterton has come into conflict in the past for his strident views on the work of particular veteran acts and in particular for his criticism of fan-inspired chart campaigns. In 2009 he was openly critical of the campaign to get Rage Against the Machine to Number One for Christmas, blasting the record as having been "purchased by fans for what it represents rather than as a reflection of its cultural popularity" [3] and provoked anger amongst fans of the Pet Shop Boys for asking "why do they even bother" when their album Yes was released. [4]

James masterton

james masterton


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