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Savage Garden Plucks Music from SeaWorld, Supports 'Blackfish'

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Darren Hayes of pop duo, Savage Garden, tweeted his disappointment upon learning that Savage Garden songs were used at SeaWorld marine parks. Hayes wrote on Twitter:

“I’ve been a vocal advocate for the movie ‘Blackfish.’ Had no idea my song was used in the parks. Have written to my publisher.”

Hayes clearly feels truly, madly, deeply for the orcas confined at SeaWorld.

The Blackfish Effect plows on!

Related on Ecorazzi:

+Joan Jett Says No More ‘I Love Rock and Roll’ for SeaWorld

+’Blackfish’ Makes Shortlist for Oscars

+Barenaked Ladies Cancel SeaWorld Performance After Watching ‘Blackfish’

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