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NEWS: Slam Dunk Festival 2019 tease special guests as being Y3K! Dead Press. 22 May 2019. Retrieved 25 May 2019. Reid, Kurtis (5 April 2023). "Busted announce Northern Ireland tour date following fan outrage". Belfast Telegraph– via www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk. Selected items are only available for delivery via the Royal Mail 48® service and other items are available for delivery using this service for a charge. a b " "How do you make up a grown-up Busted album?" – We sat down with the band to talk new album Half Way There". HMV . Retrieved 8 December 2021. Powell, Emma (3 February 2017). "Natives praise Busted's Matt Willis for 'fighting their corner' ". Standard.co.uk . Retrieved 8 December 2021.

Rani, Saleena (5 May 2016). "Were Busted better than we remember?". WOW247. Archived from the original on 5 June 2016 . Retrieved 17 May 2016. James Bourne talks latest album 'Sugar Beach', life as an independent artist and the future of Busted". RetroPop. 3 August 2022 . Retrieved 29 July 2023. Jonas Brotherssay, “We were so excited to collaborate with Busted to recreate one of their classics. ‘Year 3000’ is a timeless song, and we are thrilled to share it in a new, fresh way alongside the other collaborations they’ve done!” MySpace.com Blogs – JC Chasez – Happy Halloween!". Myspace. Archived from the original on 26 September 2012 . Retrieved 22 July 2009.Skinner, Tom (31 March 2023). "Busted announce extra dates for their 2023 UK reunion tour". NME . Retrieved 31 March 2023. Ex-Busted member starts battle for royalties". Business Live. 8 May 2007 . Retrieved 3 April 2023. [ permanent dead link] Oh, of course. Reigning supreme as Busted's biggest UK single so far, Year 3000's accumulated over 1 million UK chart units to date. It's also the group's most-streamed single by quite a stretch, with in excess of 80 million UK streams to its name. Simpson's time spent with Fightstar reportedly began to cause tensions within the band, [28] amplified when Fightstar announced a 14-date UK tour. [29] Simpson announced to Busted's manager on 24 December 2004 over a phone call that he was leaving the band to focus on Fightstar full-time. [30] On 13 January 2005, Busted's record label announced that a press conference was to be held at the Soho Hotel in London the following day. [31] The next day, the 14th, it was then announced that Busted were splitting up after Simpson's departure weeks before. [28] Laing, Rob (17 April 2019). "Busted: "We were just really successful and people couldn't really wrap their heads around that" ". MusicRadar.com . Retrieved 8 December 2021.

Charlie: “We have personal connections with a lot of the artists, but to go through everything and get it all over the line was a really tough thing. But we got there in the end, and it’s amazing.” James Bourne from Busted on New Solo Album 'Safe Journey Home' ". Crookes Magazine. 23 September 2020 . Retrieved 1 January 2021. present: 20th Anniversary Tour and collaborations [ edit ] Busted performing " What I Go to School For" at the OVO Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland, October 2023Looking to find a new band member, Willis and Bourne placed an ad in NME magazine, [16] titled "'Guitarist and singer wanted for pop band…'". [17] Auditions were held at Pineapple Studios in Covent Garden in October 2001. Charlie Simpson and Tom Fletcher were both offered a place to complete the line-up, but Busted's manager told Fletcher via a phone call a few days later that the band was to go ahead as a trio, comprising Bourne, Willis and Simpson. [18] [19] Unfortunately, an issue with the pressing of the ‘Guest Features Edition’ CD of the latest Greatest Hits 2.0 album from Busted has been brought to our attention.



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