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Who should reform?

Who should reform?  

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  1. 1. Which band would you most like to see reform and play at Glastonbury in 2019?

    • Abba
      28
    • Pink Floyd
      26
    • Led Zeppelin
      52
    • The Smiths
      45
    • Oasis
      24
    • Talking Heads
      21
    • Sex Pistols
      2
    • White Stripes
      13
    • The Jam
      7
    • R.E.M.
      39
    • Swedish House Mafia
      5
    • other (and let us know who)
      13


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I had absolutely no idea who Suburban Lawns were & then this just got recommended to me on youtube... 

 

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9 hours ago, MattDavies__ said:

I had absolutely no idea who Suburban Lawns were & then this just got recommended to me on youtube... 

That's how they found me too. Being watched by Google.

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1 hour ago, SPTFRE said:

Mansun

Unlikely for now unfortunately, Paul Draper's solo album due out soon (though think it's just EP1 and EP2 combined).

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3 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

I actually caught a wee nit of their (only previous?) slot at the G

Don't know how best to summarise it, unfortunately. 

I walked past the Other when they were on and I can say without hesitation or hyperbole that they were the worst thing I've ever seen on that stage. And I've seen the Kaisers on there. Thrice.

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8 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

I actually caught a wee nit of their (only previous?) slot at the G

Don't know how best to summarise it, unfortunately. 

They can only have been around for one Glastonbury I think.

That was a pretty remarkable rise and fall - I think even the music press were like "we can't even prop these shiters up". A shame now that they didn't feel the same way about Van McCann's Porridge Pistoleros.

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5 hours ago, dentalplan said:

They can only have been around for one Glastonbury I think.

That was a pretty remarkable rise and fall - I think even the music press were like "we can't even prop these shiters up". A shame now that they didn't feel the same way about Van McCann's Porridge Pistoleros.

I suppose that'll be because, unlike Cann McVan, Fred and George Viva weren't the reincarnation of Oscar Wilde, Nina Simone, and Jimi Hendrix all rolled into one.

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5 hours ago, Hugh Jass said:

I walked past the Other when they were on and I can say without hesitation or hyperbole that they were the worst thing I've ever seen on that stage. And I've seen the Kaisers on there. Thrice.

You obviously didn't have the misfortune of walking past Mika in 2007. 

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37 minutes ago, oneeye said:

Slade 

Live they were cracking but I don't think Noddy is interested any more.

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50 minutes ago, nikkic said:

You obviously didn't have the misfortune of walking past Mika in 2007. 

Why didn't you like it? Why didn't you love it?

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I know, shame really. Sladest were ace this year though 

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On 29/06/2017 at 4:46 PM, Toilet Duck said:

Eh? Nothing from Monster, New Adventures in Hifi or Up? are you mad! Some of R.E.M.'s best work came after AFTP...

New Adventures in HiFi is my fave album of there's, another vote for REM from me

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