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  1. This is Tool. The psychedelic “I feel like this song is actually speaking to me” stuff totally flies here.
    2 points
  2. Nobody: Literally No One: Cal Gon: Taylor Swift was drinking cider at the cider bus in the middle of the night and noone saw but me.
    2 points
  3. Jesus she was Fucking shite. Never in 5 Glasto's have I walked off during an act I'd intended to see. Sheryl Crow on the other hand, was exceptional.
    2 points
  4. Arctic Monkeys at Leeds in 2009. Never understood the hero worship of Alex Turner because he has all the charisma and stage presence of a dustbin.
    1 point
  5. Are you sure we don't have to agree? Are you saying taste in music is subjective? I was pretty sure it was absolute. Don't shit yourself man, if you don't like it then own it. No point in constantly apologising for not agreeing with everyone.
    1 point
  6. Or this... (actually starts at 2 mins)
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  7. It would be fair to say that I've dismissed that whole genre, and must confess to feeling no loss, or that I am guilty of negative prejudice towards it. However, I (and possibly all of us) am guilty of dismissing many potential facets of experience and knowledge, which we would enjoy, had we not dismissed them. Nobody - except God (my RC upbringing what told me dat), can be everywhere at the same time. Or can they? Oh shit, I've had another smoke, and may have to come back to this one!
    1 point
  8. im far from the most musically knowledgable on here .... but have a listen and tell me you dont know this
    1 point
  9. Wait for the failure otherwise you could be killing a good connection
    1 point
  10. I just can’t see Taylor Swift headlining myself. Apart from Shake It Off, she hasn’t really got no big songs that could appeal to the casual Glasto goer. So don’t it will go down too well.
    1 point
  11. Bamber can say what she wants, but when it's something as inane as was said she's also going to get flack for it. All is working as intended. The thing some people might be missing is that for someone who is into gaming, and has experienced the full range of them, saying "I don't like games" is exactly the same as someone saying "I don't like music". I'm not being over-the-top here or saying that for effect. It's exactly the same thing. It's taking an entire genre, with it's many, many niches, and dismissing it, that is tragic.
    1 point
  12. The Killers have one universally-recognised song, which is one more than beardface and the lads.
    1 point
  13. I had a fantastic time at the Killers and am not too proud to admit it.
    1 point
  14. September. Time to start rounding up the troops, laying down the law and telling people in work that T-Day is the 13th October.
    1 point
  15. It’s now September, which means T-Day is NEXT MONTH people!!
    1 point
  16. I know. Isn’t it hilarious?
    1 point
  17. On the strength of that statement, I think that I love you, and am willing to talk about conceiving your man child. Discuss?
    1 point
  18. Don Broco -> Nothing But Thieves -> BMTH -> Slipknot?
    1 point
  19. I think the only change I would like to see is that if a ticket has already been purchased against a registration number then it automatically deletes it from your booking rather than a mad scramble to redo the form.
    1 point
  20. Global religions have been founded on less certain sightings.
    1 point
  21. If we're gonna go off topic, can I add that adding chilli salt to beans on toast is a game changer?
    1 point
  22. They wouldn't have 4 headliners
    1 point
  23. The key is to get really drunk celebrating your spouse’s birthday the night before, roll in at about 5am after going to the only bar in town that is open til 4, have three hours sleep and then stumble out of bed to the sofa where everything is already set up (because sober you was sensible enough to do it before you went out last night), randomly press f5 on every device you own until the page appears, then attempt to type in registration numbers whilst listening to your husband vomiting in the kitchen sink. Its a tried and tested method that has worked for us several times, to the point where we are now convinced that if we were ever not severely hungover on the first Sunday in October that we wouldn’t be successful!
    1 point
  24. Then you take it home to see if it can be repaired or dispose of it. A lot of the parts are recyclable or reusable as spares for another tent, and there may well be charities in your area that will take knackered tents and make them usable enough for homeless sleepers, or at least want the spares. If it stays on site we know it goes to landfill. Taking it home at least minimises the impact. Not had it with a tent, but I have taken home broke camping chairs and deflated airbeds that could have just been chucked, so I do practice what I preach
    1 point
  25. Probably shouldn’t be headlining for the simple reason that they are absolutely shite.
    1 point
  26. Have they started building the pier already, in hope it might be finished in time?
    1 point
  27. Can't have ten down votes.. Bloody hell people it's only bams point of view.. Uovoted you for a true and fair point.
    1 point
  28. If their new album reaches number 1 like their first two, how about Royal Blood as headliners? No less suitable of a choice than Muse or Biffy Clyro have been.
    1 point
  29. This time two years ago I was desperately dashing home up the M5 after cutting our holiday short due to my wife's back pain. Unbeknownst to us she was actually in labour, prematurely, and soon after dropping her off at the hospital at 3am (with her auntie!) I got a phone call to return. As some of you know, we had been told to expect the worst. Since the 20 week scan we had been consistently told our child mightn't survive birth, and if they did mightn't feel emotion, mightn't be able to move, mightn't even recognise us. She was born just after 5am and spent the first few weeks in ICU and then under hospice care as the doctors believed she wouldn't be able to get home. Well she did. Two years later, as she reaches her second birthday she continues to astound and defy. She is the strongest person I've have ever known, despite countless surgeries and hospital stays she keeps smiling and pushing on. She can now stand supported and has started to say a few words, and she has a smile that melts hearts. I just wanted to say a little thank you (and offer a little update) to the people on here who have read my ramblings and offered support along the way. The journey is far from over; her conditions are life long but you'll never know how much a kind word or a reassuring presence helped (heck, helps) me through a day. I hope everyone is well and no matter how bad things get keep fighting the fight. Take care.
    1 point
  30. Time that would be better spent posting endless links to Jessie J videos on an internet forum?
    1 point
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