Have Michael Jackson's fans had enough?
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iReport — As millions of Michael Jackson fans anxiously await Dr Conrad Murray's return to court today, some of them are finding something else to do with their fingers, other than biting off their nails.
In an Off the wall attempt to get Michael Jackson to No.1 on the first anniversary of his death, a mass purchase of 'We've had enough' begins today. Having shamelessly stolen the idea from the facebook campaign to get Rage Against the Machine to Xmas No.1 in 2009, the creators have gathered fans in their thousands, who have pledged to download the track on the day Murray returns to court.
'We've had enough' is available on the Ultimate Collection (2004) but was never released as a single in its own right, despite being a favourite amongst fans.
So fans are taking matters into their own hands and have orchestrated a synchronised download from Itunes and Amazon, that begins today.
It sounds Dangerous, but if successful, this could be Michael Jackson's first No.1 since 2001 (You rock my world)
Mid week download sales chart will give us an indicator of how close Michael Jackson's fans are to making HIStory or if there will be Blood on the dancefloor as the charts are revealed on Sunday 20th.
However you feel about Michael Jackson, you cant deny...his legacy is Invicible
Only one question remains:
Will this attempt to get Michael Jackson to No.1 on Download sales alone be a Thriller?
Or will it just be Bad?