World Cup music: Why official singles have gone out of style

The following year, when the tournament was held in South Africa, Dizzy Rascal and James Corden topped the charts with Shute (Shout Out to England), the World Cup version of the classic Tears for Fears. The song has not been officially sanctioned by FIFA, or indeed by music fans. (NME review: “Almost as bad as England’s showing in South Africa.”)

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