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Damon Albarn Warns 'Glee' Not to Use His Songs

December 23, 2010 (6:40 am) GMT
Fronting both Blur and Gorillaz, the British musician refuses to make peace with the popular TV show because it trampled The Beatles' chart history.
Damon Albarn, Blur

and star Damon Albarn has warned "" producers not to contact him about using his songs on the TV show - because he can't forgive them for stealing ' U.S. pop chart record.

Albarn has yet to be asked to be a part of the hit musical show but he insists he'll never agree to let his songs be a part of the programme. The Brit is still upset by the fact the cast of "Glee" toppled the Fab Four's record for most appearances on the Billboard Hot 100 by a non-solo act earlier this year. Albarn says, "Those songs won't last like the Beatles... They'll be forgotten in a few years time."

He isn't the only star keen to keep his tracks away from "Glee" - the have already refused to let the show use hits like "Use Somebody" and "Sex on Fire".

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