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  1. I was impressed - didn't think their material would work but it really did.
  2. She doesn't have a very strong voice. <ducks>
  3. I wonder if they'll play the fox hunting Metallica video entrance?
  4. I love Robert Smith's exit from the stage. He genuinely looks like he had the time of his life! Was never really a fan before but they won me over.
  5. It's the Other stage one I think when it was hammering it down (U2 on the Pyramid). I think it's the best I've seen them but I was very, very, drunk.
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  7. I'm guessing that they will release the live sets for full playback after they've gone out on the "live" channel, but this is a guess. Anyone know?
  8. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p08hqcbw/glastonbury-glastonbury-channel-thursday
  9. I'm exactly the same. In the grand scheme of things there will be other festivals and people losing loved ones is infinitely more important. I think this feeling of sadness and missing out is compounded with our general feeling of helplessness with the situation in general though. It's ok to feel down about a loss of freedoms and fun too. See you all on the other side folks - we will be back!
  10. That doesn't quite match my memory. I also don't think I've ever seen the Manics headline. But some beers were probably had...
  11. Yeah - you only do that once or twice on the first day of a festival! I'm sure we all learnt the hard way - or at least had a friend who did.
  12. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glastonbury_Festival_line-ups#1999 REM played then too. But Roskilde was 2000. This is why I'm confused. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/814116.stm
  13. Oohh - I wonder if it was that I'm thinking of... I remember them being very concerned as the incident was fairly recent and I was there in 1999 - it was a bit wet too right?
  14. Yes - I'm talking about REM at Glastonbury - it might have been 2003. My memory is they stopped mid song and me and people around us referenced Roskilde as why bands were being careful.
  15. Can anyone help me piece together a random memory. There had been a recent festival disaster (I think it was Roskilde) where sadly people were crushed by a surging crowd. I remember REM (pretty sure it was them) stopping mid song to ask the crowd to step back as people at the front were looking squashed. Am I right - was it REM and what year was it? The dates don't seem to work in my mind. Also can you remember what song it was. I remember them picking up exactly where they left off without skipping a beat and being very impressed.
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