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  1. The National

    Actually very similar to the Glastonbury setlist albeit with a bigger number of SWB and also a few more from Trouble Will Find Me.
  2. Acts you don't "get"

    Hadn't put two and two together before, but you have to love the Johnny Two Hats and Don Danbury combo.
  3. Undercard Yet To Play Glastonbury

    Them Crooked Vultures would be nice if they ever returned.
  4. The National

    Arcade Fire have to play Latitude next year. Otherwise I'm not sure we will get a festival show in the UK from them.
  5. LCD Soundsystem....

    Yes! I have bagged two tickets for Ally Pally. Thanks for all your help efesters.
  6. LCD Soundsystem....

    Thanks - i'll give it a go.
  7. Arcade Fire

    I'd go Funeral > Reflektor > Everything Now > The Suburbs = Neon Bible. Although that list can change now and again.
  8. LCD Soundsystem....

    Still having issues with getting a ticket. Keep missing out on Twickets by moments each and every time. Fingers crossed for some production tickets to be released next weekend.
  9. The National

    Wow - you guys are truly listening connoisseurs. I'm afraid I am only invested in streaming these days, otherwise things become far too expensive far too quickly.
  10. Arcade Fire

    I'm not sure if i would say vocally, but it feels like that is where it comes across as the most honest I've heard him be in a song. Do I know the context of it? No, but i like it nonetheless. We Don't Deserve Love could work well in the live context depending on if it was bookended by two bangers like it is on the album, let's think No Cars Go then Sprawl 2.
  11. Arcade Fire

    I think Good God Damn is the song which grown the most on me since I first heard the album. It faded into the background at first, but it's definitely my favourite Win moment on there now.
  12. The National

    The album sounds great. It's a catch 22 that the songs they have played live catch your attention on record making it an easier to get into, however at Glastonbury you were still fully regretting the decision that they decided to do that. Controversial? Turtleneck sounds better on record than live.
  13. Arcade Fire

    How is everyone feeling EN is stacking up against their older albums now it has had a good few weeks to bed down away from all the strange marketing campaign. Personally I think it still stacks up pretty well, Peter Pan which was the one I initially hated is now bearable. I'm still #teamchemistry as well, would be a shame if that doesn't make it back to the setlist.
  14. LCD Soundsystem....

    He is incredibly obnoxious. Like the YouTube version on pitchfork but with shitter opinions.
  15. LCD Soundsystem....

    I'm sold - can anyone point me in the direction of leftover Ally Pally tickets as there don't seem to be any left for sale