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  1. Oasis

    No Distance Left to Run goes into that big time. Fascinating insight. The better documentary of the two.
  2. Oasis

    That would be the real nitty gritty of what Oasis became. Watching Supersonic it does feel like Noel matured and Liam never did.
  3. Blur 2009 - BBC2

    For the people there in 09 and again for the Stones in 2013, which would you say was the more iconic Glastonbury gig? Appreciating that Bowie still stacks up as number 1 ever for a lot of posters, but it seems like Blur and The Stones are perceived as the best 2 headliners of the last 10 years.
  4. Oasis

    Are there any decent docs which cover the time after Knebworth? There is a lot spoken about particularly around the 2000 wembley shows, would be good to hear more. I saw them twice in 2009 and they were both fantastic gigs, albeit it was just a nostalgia fest even then.
  5. Taylor Swift

    If she isn't then perhaps she should be. Melodrama keeps hitting the top of those end of the year lists. Probably putting here in the top 3 or 4. Drake will likely get the aggregated winner award.
  6. Gorillaz

    Tuesday night was a lot of fun. Sex Murder Party is one of the most bizarre songs I've ever seen live. I loved Strobelight and there were some awesome moments from the Demon Dayz songs. Great way to finish off a year of gigs.
  7. Album of the Year 2017

    1. LCD Soundsystem - American Dream 2. Lorde - Melodrama 3. Arcade Fire - Everything Now 4. The National - Sleep Well Beast 5. The XX - I See You 6. The War on Drugs - A Deeper Understanding 7. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold 8. Gorillaz - Humanz 9. Wolf Alice - Visions of A Life 10. Phoenix - Ti Amo
  8. Radiohead Headlining 2017

    Which night did you see The National? Seemingly the night you did would dictate where you might place it on the list.
  9. Foo Fighters

    I'd like Wolf Alice but will settle for The Hives on support.
  10. Radiohead Headlining 2017

    Arcade Fire at York Hall takes the crown for me this year.
  11. Radiohead Headlining 2017

    So I know how much everyone love TheNeedleDrop who I find irritating as hell. To add to his failings, he's only gone and committed heresy by not going putting '9. Pablo Honey'. His crimes against music continue to add up one-by-one. Give Up The Ghost is by far better than anything that Pablo Honey can offer.
  12. Gorillaz

    Q actually gave Humanz their album of the year award. Crazy in this year considering the plethora of other excellent music but at least it's an acknowledgement that it is a decent album which I wouldn't dispute.
  13. Gorillaz

    I thought Humanz was certainly an improvement on Plastic Beach, but nothing else they have produced has stood up against Demon Days. Haven't listened to much of De La Souls own stuff. Anything I need to start with?
  14. Gorillaz

    Noel G must be a shoe in for Manchester, I'm slightly disappointed D.R.A.M. isn't showing up as Andromeda is my favourite song on Humanz, but very pleased Mos Def and De La Soul are showing up for Stylo and Feel Good Inc.
  15. eFestival Music Awards 2017

    1. Rate Glastonbury Festival 2017 (0 - 10 score) - Eight 2. Best Glastonbury ever (Year) - 2011 3. Best Performance at Glastonbury 2017 - The XX 4. Worst Performance at Glastonbury 2017 - Ed Sheeran (only saw on tv later) 5. Best album of the year - American Dream by LCD Soundsystem 6. Best song of the year - Everything Now by Arcade Fire 7. Best gig/tour of 2017 - Arcade Fire at York Hall 8. Best Other Festival 2017 - I didn't go to another this year. 9. Most Wanted Band for Glastonbury 2019 - Pulp 10. Best New Act - Idles 11. Legend Award (Dead or Alive!) - Springsteen 12. Biggest Loss To Music in 2017 - The Maccabees
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