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Nirvana, the original Nirvana from the 60's where superb, the one led by fine fellow Cobain were poop

Of course they were.
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Biffy Clyro. Hate them with a passion!

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Mumford and Sons - Proper radio 1 student/indie club fodder.
Kings of Leon - can't understand why they are so popular
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Kings of Leon - can't understand why they are so popular


Their first album "Youth and Young Manhood" is very good - sadly it was all down hill from there IMO. They gained popularity on their 2nd, their 3rd offering led them to stadium rock stadom/status - but not a patch on their earlier work.
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Their first album "Youth and Young Manhood" is very good - sadly it was all down hill from there IMO. They gained popularity on their 2nd, their 3rd offering led them to stadium rock stadom/status - but not a patch on their earlier work.


He should never of cut the hair, that first album was awesome, the second was good, the third i bought but didn't rate much, not bothered with them since, though may give YAYM a quick spin before evening dinner
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evening dinner


Tea.
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He should never of cut the hair, that first album was awesome, the second was good, the third i bought but didn't rate much, not bothered with them since, though may give YAYM a quick spin before evening dinner


Without a doubt. "Molly's Chamber" from YAYM is worth a mention on the great riff's thread. Excellent stuff.

:ROCKS:

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Jess Glynne - Mixes the loudness and pretentiousness of Florence of The Machine fame, and the nasal whining features of Adele.

Grim

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I don't 'hate' him, simply because I don't really care about him...but I had to vent my Glastonbury 2015 feelings somewhere...

Kanye West :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ....breath.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ....breath.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: oh lordy....

Horrible, just horrible. I love Glasto weekend even though not been for a few years. Good or bad I've never been so bored by a Glasto 'headliner' and his autotuner ffs! Nothing but karaoke - Kanye and a backing track. Even the crowd sound bored. :DOH: :SLEEPY:

But I'm sure once the big hits finish his set it'll be considered 'groundbreaking' or some bollox.
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Glasto bores me full stop, though i did enjoy Funkadelic or whatever they where calling themselves while channel hopping
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