27th June - Glastonbury 2015

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27th June - Glastonbury 2015

Postby sunshine » 15 Apr 2015, 05:50

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Re: glastonbury 2015

Postby sunshine » 03 Jun 2015, 18:52

They play on Saturday 27th on the John Peel Stage from 22.35 to 23.45

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Re: glastonbury 2015

Postby sunshine » 27 Jun 2015, 23:55

they played:
pantomime horse, moving, trash, animal nitrate, we are the pigs, flashboy, starts & ends, he's dead, pale snow, i don't know how to reach you, living dead, drowners, so young, metal mickey, beautiful ones
encores: she's in fashion, new generation

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Re: glastonbury 2015

Postby sunshine » 01 Jul 2015, 23:59

June 28, 2015
Glastonbury 2015: Suede, John Peel Stage, Saturday - REVIEW
By Western Gazette - South Somerset
A headline Glastonbury act is born not made.
Starting with two lesser known songs, Brett Anderson, Bernard Butler and co entered the stage as though they owned the place, with a studied nonchalance that they had more than earned as a band that at one point nearly did.
And then, as the first few notes of megahit Trash were heard something suddenly snapped.
Lead singer Brett Anderson's standoffish manner was thrown aside and his utter delight to hear thousands of fans still remember the words became plain for all to see.
The art-rockers, known for bending the rules set by their macho Britpop contemporaries, unabashedly shimmied through a catalogue of hits, from Animal Nitrate through to The Beautiful Ones, ending with an encore of She's in Fashion – which featured a final refrain so wonderfully built-to, audience members will probably have it in their heads for days.
Comperes say a lot of things: but when the guy closing the tent after Suede exited told the crowds they had just watched the best performance of Glastonbury, I couldn't help but agree.
http://www.westerngazette.co.uk/8203-Gl ... z3eOXEHRsM


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