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Thunderstruck

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About Thunderstruck

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  1. Bon Iver 2017

    well that was tough! got wednesday 21st in the end...
  2. Bon Iver 2017

    agh, ok so it's tomorrow - hopefully I get an Email today
  3. Bon Iver 2017

    Is it today? I've still not had anything...eek
  4. Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester

    Anybody going to this? Looks decent for £30!
  5. Bon Iver 2017

    It's actually not as expensive as you'd expect. 4 nights all inclusive for 1000 quid split by 2 + music. They've got to sell it obviously but the more I read it, it seems a bit too good to be true. 3 Bon Iver shows? Stuff your face with all the food and drink you want for about 600 quid over 4 nights?
  6. Chester Bennington

    Not sure how much to trust critics when a quick google of hybrid theory reveals pretty poor ratings. It's a brilliant album! A linkin park greatest hits set would be a worthy headline slot IMO.
  7. Chester Bennington

    I'd disagree, they sound brilliant live and easily big enough to headline. I think it would go down like Metallica - loads of moaners and then they'd kill it.
  8. Chester Bennington

    I was watching a live performance from this month, I actually thought they would smash it as a headliner. It'd be a massive success like Metallica was even with all the doubters.
  9. Chester Bennington

    Gutted, Some such great memories growing up listening to these guys.
  10. Radiohead Headlining 2017

    In my personal opinion of course the should. The cultural ban is a load of bollocks and just creates more division! The Israel/palestine debate is complicated, both sides are or have been as bad/stupid as each other over the years. Unfortunately it's fashionable to be pro Palestine so this kind of crap goes on.
  11. Peeing on the land - festival not doing enough

    My guess is the urinals have provided a big improvement. So people pissing within the confines of these on the floor at the moment isn't too much of an issue as progress has been made.
  12. Peeing on the land - festival not doing enough

    All I'm saying is from my personal experience at a number of busy urinals over the festival period. I'm glad something is being done, but clearly there's room for improvement. If the festival did get fined this year I don't think they could stand there and say they did all they could.
  13. Peeing on the land - festival not doing enough

    How many people were challenged and stopped for pissing on the land? Was anybody removed from the festival? What are the numbers? There's posts buried in threads now but a fair few were commenting on the lack of any visible efforts to challenge the pissers.
  14. Peeing on the land - festival not doing enough

    Well if they take it seriously why not put a member of staff on the urinals - a real problem point for this kind of thing. I didn't see a single person on pee patrol for the whole festival. I saw probably 100s pissing on the land and not one person was challenged, except for some aggressive idiot I decided to shame myself. If the festival want to get people on board, the people need to see a more visible effort by the festival.
  15. Are Tories welcome at Glastonbury

    Except they're not really are they? Zero hours contracts are subject to the same basic employment rights as everybody else. The mis information about zero hours contracts is pretty annoying at times. Thinking back to my uni days I'd love to be on one rather than bound to a certain amount of hours.
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