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  1. I think the Underworld set was very much a right stage, right time kind of set. It'd stopped raining & everyone there was up for it. The crowd reactions to Rez, Two Months off & Born Slippy were brilliant. Doesn't look it on the TV, but I loved the simple light show with the smoke. If Sigur Ros was saturday, I'd have been there - but I wanted something to bounce to on the Friday night!
  2. We were at Underworld, which I still say is the best night I've ever had at the festival. Roisin Murphy, Underworld & then Wobbling up to Arcadia. 4 of us went there, 2 others went to see Muse. The next morning "How were muse?" - "Good, but not great - how was your night?" "You seriously messed up"
  3. Rochdale is apparently going to have a local lockdown, which is making people around here freak out a bit.
  4. Just when 2020 couldn't get worse https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jun/30/likelihood-of-40c-temperatures-in-uk-is-rapidly-accelerating?CMP=fb_gu&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1593542672
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    BBC Glastonbury

    The Levellers 94 would be one I'd like to see again. Page & Plant 94/95 QOTSA - 2011
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    How do you feel?

    They were on gate d doing the re entry & pass outs.
  7. Ha Im not! But I'm more into variety & giving someone new a crack at headlining. I can't abide Ed Sheeran, but had no issue with him headlining at the time (see 1975). I quite like AM - but they've done it twice. There needs to be a significant gap between performances IMO. I'm thinking 10 years.
  8. Absolute guff of the highest order. Biggest shock I've ever had that they have done anything. Thought their set in 2014 was laughably bad... but in saying all that... it's a new headliner & I'd rather them be given the gig than a a constant repeat headliner. (AM, Muse & definitely the Coldplay's of the world) Plus I saw an interview with the lead singer & he seems a decent guy.
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    BBC Glastonbury

    Didnt one burn a tree down near the Stone Circle in 2011 or did I dream that?
  10. Down in the Hole is a great Podcast about the Wire. If like me you think it is the greatest show ever, I recommend. Reviews every episide in order, so you need to start at the beginning.
  11. "Insert Eye test Joke here"
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    BBC Glastonbury

    I am an Odham Athletic fan. Mark Hughes ruined my childhood. He owes me for that. It was a good night. My mate is non the wiser though.
  13. FuzzyDunlop

    How do you feel?

    2 mates volunteered for 2019. They said loads of the people they were working with were people who had got their places within the final fortnight due to drop outs.
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    BBC Glastonbury

    That year (2015?) on the Friday night - me and my mate went to the SE Corner. At about 4am someone sat next to us and was talking to us for ages. He said he was called Mark. He pulled out a massive wad of cash & asked us if we wanted a drink. We said ok & he came back with a bottle of champagne, 3 glasses and said we didnt owe him anything. (Tbf I bet he pulled out a grand from his pocket, he didnt need it). Afterwards he told us he was staying offsite. We went back to the tent. I convinced my mate that it was Mark Ronson. He tells everyone that Mark Ronson bought us a bottle of champagne at glastonbury. It's his claim to fame. It wasnt. Not sure who he was, but he was sound.
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    BBC Glastonbury

    Watched Blur this weekend... watched the Prodigy at the time & absolutely no regrets. I had a great night. Blur gig looked good, but the Prodigy was the only full group headliner set we saw. 2 of those who came with us split up as partners between 2009/10 & none have come back to worthy. But Blur looked good to be honest. I'd only regret picking an act over another if what I watched was shit. I.e. The Gorillaz over the Flaming Lips in 2010. I had to be looked after in the heat & followed my mates. Which is my excuse.
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