BAND AID III - WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE?

NME.COM wants your fantasy line-up for the forthcoming charity single….

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With big names such as COLDPLAY and Keane lined up for BAND AID III, MIDGE URE’s re-recording of the charity record looks set to raise millions for famine relief.




The spirit of the project is rumoured to have united notorious rivals Noel Gallagher, Damon Albarn and Robbie Williams, all said to be considering appearing on the 2004 version of ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’.



Other names thought to feature on the high-profile single include Travis, [/a], [a] and [a][/a].


But NME want to know who you’d like to don the legendary Band Aid headphones. To tell us which stars should be in the line-up email
news@nme.com.

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