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here is what NME have to say/report on the matter.
You fucking tool.
are the only thing that will get me there this year.
though it ain't a carling event no more....
or the Beastie Boys would be amazing.
i'd enjoy the Strokes too but agreed. the rest are turd.
Fri: RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
they can shove it up their ass ;o)
who's going to do download if ver 'tallica are doing Reading? Rage would be great (wonder if they'll have new record to promote?) but will attract lots of fuckwits by proxy...
how are the killers still going!?!
would they have to rename it "Legal Download" so Lars doesn't get upset?
it's rumoured on the efestivals site, and their usually pretty accurate, but what makes you so sure?
day but thats it, only because every time ive seen rage they have blown me away totally. not many bands have done that
indie headliner - check
metal headline - check
rock headliner - check
i'm with kramer.
I gave you the accurate line-up first before, not just for Reading.
Kings of Leon
Honestly! shit ain't it!
There was me hoping Radiohead, REM and the white Stripes would be headlining Glastonbury or Reading.
Oh well all six of those you mention look sh!t, other stages for me then. Or Other festival instead of G'burg, got reading ticket already.
The 3 you mentioned are exactly who I want to see. Apart from Rage the others are the least inspired headliners in the world....ever.
I'll still be skipping around the carling stage/2nd stage and dance tent at Reading.
Bestival has been the highlight for me of recent years anyway.
Rage Against The Machine are
To Be Confirmed on eFestivals :)
sarcastic or not.
i've wanted to see RATM for about 8 years... question is do i want t ogo to reading? answer: YES, now!
i'm glad for pre-sale
getting tickets when the main batch are released will be an absolute bastard this year
what an absolute wang. He makes some interesting sex faces
apparently Tom Clarke actually can after all!
He was seen leaving Coventry Central Library with a copy of 'Where's Spot?'