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  1. The Killers - 101 (-10) The Cure - 134 Radiohead - 168 Arcade Fire - 62 The Rolling Stones - 160 Beyoncé - 107 Stevie Wonder - 176 Blur - 221 R.E.M. - 200 David Bowie - 270 Pulp - 99
  2. The Killers – 141 The Cure - 139 Radiohead - 170 Arcade Fire - 120 The Rolling Stones - 175 Beyoncé - 140 Stevie Wonder - 176 Blur - 210 R.E.M. - 185 (+10) David Bowie - 255 Pulp - 107
  3. Paul McCartney - 64 The Killers – 150 The Cure – 170 Radiohead - 145 Arcade Fire - 160 The Rolling Stones - 140 Beyoncé - 145 Stevie Wonder - 181 Neil Young - 145 Blur - 180 (-10) R.E.M. - 171 David Bowie - 230 Pulp - 111
  4. Paul McCartney - 80 The Killers – 140 The Cure – 170 Radiohead - 136 Arcade Fire - 160 Metallica - 10 (-10) The Rolling Stones - 150 Beyoncé - 135 Stevie Wonder - 181 Neil Young - 135 Blur - 195 R.E.M. - 171 David Bowie - 220 Pulp - 121
  5. Radiohead haven't made a decent album since In Rainbows. The Bends was their absolute peak and OK computer is massively overrated. Runs and hides.
  6. There was a time I'd really have been all for Madge doing a turn at Glastonbury, but that time has now passed. She was the first artist I ever bought gig tickets for and then had to get a refund because my mum wouldn't let me go.
  7. Oh noes! Looks like poor 'Dele's days are numbered. She put in a good performance, clearly loved the place and there was a huge amount of love in that field (from what I've seen on iplayer, I was at t'other at the time). If anyone feels like throwing her a bone now would be the time. Be sad to see her go.
  8. Paul McCartney - 90 The Killers – 135 The Cure – 162 Radiohead - 151 Adele - 30 Arcade Fire - 130 Metallica - 135 The Rolling Stones - 130 Beyoncé - 118 Stevie Wonder - 165 Neil Young - 161 Blur - 166 (-10) R.E.M. - 137 David Bowie - 230 Pulp - 120 Prodigy - 41
  9. Paul McCartney - 59 The Killers – 133 The Cure – 139 Radiohead - 111 Adele - 71 Arcade Fire - 130 Metallica - 135 The Rolling Stones - 125 Beyonce - 108 Stevie Wonder - 160 Neil Young - 161 Blur - 165 (-10) R.E.M. - 140 David Bowie - 214 Pulp - 120 Prodigy - 76
  10. That film had everything I could want in a disaster movie, and also Gerard Butler, which I would not. The sum parts of a really good film on the subject are there, but it feels like almost anyone other than the cast they chose could have made it work.
  11. Paul McCartney - 45 The Killers – 118 The Cure – 135 Radiohead - 105 Adele - 101 Arcade Fire - 135 Metallica - 130 The Rolling Stones - 125 Beyonce - 105 Stevie Wonder - 150 Neil Young - 155 Blur - 180 (-10) R.E.M. - 135 David Bowie - 204 Pulp - 115 Prodigy - 91
  12. Paul McCartney - 49 The Killers – 108 The Cure – 135 Radiohead - 125 Adele - 65 Arcade Fire - 135 Metallica - 125 The Rolling Stones - 125 Beyoncé - 115 Stevie Wonder - 140 Neil Young - 155 Blur - 190 R.E.M. - 135 (+10) David Bowie - 180 Pulp - 115 Prodigy - 90
  13. Levellers seem to have dropped off the list?
  14. Paul McCartney - 74 The Killers – 124 The Cure – 130 Radiohead - 111 Foo Fighters - 41 Adele - 65 Arcade Fire - 134 Metallica - 120 The Rolling Stones - 118 Beyoncé - 111 Stevie Wonder - 120 Neil Young - 155 Blur - 200 R.E.M. - 110 David Bowie - 160 Pulp - 105 Prodigy - 110 The Levellers - 29 (-10)
  15. Peak Top of the pops was the night that Bjork played Army of me in a bin bag dress.
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