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Barney McGrew

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  1. Barney McGrew

    Let us Pray

    Our Father, who art in Pilton, Michael be thy name Thy kingdom come, please give us some on earth as close as 'tis heaven Give us that day our broadband speed and forgive our blasphemes as we will blaspheme if our WIFI drops And lead us not into holding but deliver us to booking For thine is the kingdom , the Pyramid and the Tor(ee) For long drops and pleasure Cha'Mone
  2. If your average village fete vibe is 5K+ people with a bag of booze each and a kicking sound system blaring out tunes into the night then I guess it is.
  3. Fatboy was nuts, that was a party!
  4. I suspect most people paid £30 to go to a party, Wolf Alice are not a party band as evidenced by the poor ticket sales for an event that usually sells out sharpish, they were a lull between the upbeat Supegrass set and the DJ at the end. We go most years, see the same friends and always have a great time; the music is, to a large extent, secondary... the primary mission is to party!
  5. The Pilton Party is always a pretty messy affair but I reckon the wrong band headlined; reminded me of the year Massive Attack headlined... the clue's in the name Pilton PARTY! We had a great time!
  6. Forecast is looking sweet!
  7. Guilty, 'twas for my son... honest...
  8. The Killers 200?, not their fault but where we were to the loudest thing I heard was my mate farting!
  9. To be fair I've seen some blindin' tribute acts, Bjorn Again (Glasto 99); seen by accident as very drunken very early, Limehouse Lizzy, Elvana and TRexstasy to name a few, also, there used to be a local Floyd tribute (Masque) who were just stunning (as good if not better than the real thing, Bike anyone?). Saw a Bowie tribute a while back and it was excellent, the attention to detail and the obvious love of the subject was clear, well worth the ticket price, a real tribute! I think tribute bands have their place, especially if the real thing is now defunct and they work best when the band are real fans who love the artist and the music as you get a fan's setlist. Some of 'em are dogshit though.
  10. Aye, getting in/out/dropped off/picked up is usually very easy.
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