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  1. Twitter seems to think it's just the twins' birthday, but here's hoping.
  2. I'll go for 10 March. Why not?
  3. I really hope at least some of Bad Sounds, Porridge Radio, Confidence Man and Nadia Rose make it to the farm.
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    Other Stage 2020

    So was the designer she was selling stuff for.
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    2020 headliners

    Get tix to a BST show and see Kendrick/Taylor there. 😁
  6. No idea why no-one has yet mentioned the stupendous Working Mens' Club. Saw them last year and they were brilliant - one of those gigs where you came away raving about the band.
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    2020 headliners

    Not me - I’m a Watford fan. ?
  8. I'm very surprised no-one has mentioned: Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley Police And Thieves - The Clash Teardrop - Elbow Walk this Way - Run DMC Green Manalishi - Judas Priest Whiskey In The Jar - Thin Lizzy Tainted Love - Soft Cell Only Love Can Break Your Heart - St Etienne Black Steel - Tricky Sorrow - David Bowie My personal favourite ever is Johnny Cash's version of Hurt And the one that makes me cringe every time is the Fugees trampling of Killing Me Softly With His Song
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    The 2019 Food Thread

    I wasn’t impressed by the rice place next to West Holts -pretty bland. The veggie curry from Ghandi’s Flip-Flop next West Holts was good . The Tibetan Kitchen near the Pyramid, the South Indian opposite Williams Green and the Mexican next to it were all well worth visiting. But the best food I’ve had in years at the fest was the Brazilian beef empanadas and salad at the Refugee Community Kitchen In The Common. Fantastic!
  10. For me, it's got to be Babymetal. They'll cause a few jaws to drop. Really stoked for this.
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    The National

    Clearly written by someone who has listened to the record once. The comment that there are no memorable melodies is telling. For me their melodies don’t usually emerge until the third listen, or later. And then I can’t get them out of my head.
  12. Me - they've got some cracking songs! I can't go tonight, sadly. I caught them in a 3/4 empty tent at Latitude a few years ago and they were great. They don't tour the UK enough.
  13. Also, the older you are, the more you've heard, and the more difficult it is for something not to sound like a copy of what you loved when you were young. ? That shouldn't stop you trying, however. I'm a little older than 40 (ahem), but I'm looking forward to Stormzy, Snapped Ankles, Christine and the Queens, Sam Fender, Lloyle Carner, Idles, Billie Eilish, and Lizzo, among others.
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