The entire continent of Africa has today confirmed that it still feels bitterly insulted by the line-up put together for the Band Aid 2 single in 1989.
The single managed to top the charts for 3 weeks and raise millions of pounds for African charities, but swapped the likes of David Bowie, Paul Weller and Bono for Sonia, Big Fun and Bros.
'You may have conveniently forgotten about it there in Britain' said Africa spokesman Nelson Mandela, 'but let me tell you - we haven't! It may have been a genuinely heart-felt gesture of selfless goodwill that raised considerable sums of money for life-saving projects here in Africa, but come on - Jason Donovan, Cliff Richard and D Mob!?!'
Fellow famous African Desmond Tutu admitted that he had however been a fan of the song. 'In many ways it surpassed the original in my opinion' he told NME, 'especially the bits with Technotronic on. I'm a big fan of theirs.'