Dee Tears Into Clive Palmer

The lead singer of an American rock band which has accused Clive Palmer of using one of their songs without permission says being linked to the mining magnate has made him look bad.

Twisted Sister say Mr Palmer used their 1980s hit We're Not Gonna Take It as inspiration for the song used in a television advertisement for his United Australia Party.

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Motorhead Guitarist Phil Campbell Hopes To Release Debut Solo Album By The Summer

MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell has told Greece's "TV War" that he hopes to release his debut solo album by the summer. The disc, which has been in the works for more than five years, will include guest appearances by Rob Halford (JUDAS PRIEST), Dee Snider(TWISTED SISTER), Chris Fehn of SLIPKNOT, and UGLY KID JOE vocalist Whitfield Crane, among others.

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Twisted Sister Clashes With Australian Politician Over Rock Anthem

SYDNEY, Australia — It’s the same thrashing guitar and rock music, but the words are different from the lyrics of Twisted Sister’s hit song, and the band is not impressed.

The rock band from New Jersey has told an Australian politician to stop using its song “We’re Not Gonna Take It” in his advertising campaign.

Clive Palmer, a conservative politician and mining magnate, rolled out a national marketing campaign for his center-right United Australia Party over the holiday period.

Ads from the campaign use the music from “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” changing the words to “Australia ain’t gonna cop it.” The ads criticize spending and delays related to the National Broadband Network, an infrastructure project intended to improve the country’s internet speeds.

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