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Electric Picnic line-up announced this week
Last Post 20 Mar 2006 12:16 PM by Una. 187 Replies.
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20 Mar 2006 12:16 PM
    The line-up will be announced at the festival launch on Thursday. Yay!
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    20 Mar 2006 12:16 PM
    Where's the launch on?
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    20 Mar 2006 12:17 PM
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    20 Mar 2006 01:18 PM
    are tickets back onsale on friday then?
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    20 Mar 2006 01:19 PM
    Weren't they always on sale?
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    20 Mar 2006 01:23 PM
    yea fri it is
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    20 Mar 2006 02:40 PM
    quote:
    Originally posted by Gar
    Weren't they always on sale?
    well the camping ones were for a while, finally decided i had enough money and went to buy mine today but they're not available, i hope its not like oxegen and sells out in one day I hate the panic of buying online when there's a mad scramble
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    20 Mar 2006 04:54 PM
    Yeah they turned off the ticket tap to build hype for the launch, back on sale friday, I imagine if you are planning to go you'd want to get your tickets quick enough though. Would love to see the Pet Shop Boys, if Death Cab for Cutie are playing that would be nice but i'm not pushed about anything else, is there such thing as a EP day ticket? Any chance of Sufjan Stevens?
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    21 Mar 2006 12:08 PM
    did anyone hear the radio ad? what bands were playing in the background etc... anyway, rumours i just heard which are apparently more than just rumours (and aside from the standard rumours list that has been doing the rounds): yeah yeah yeahs deus iron and wine / calexico
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    21 Mar 2006 12:25 PM
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    is there such thing as a EP day ticket?
    There was last year anyway.
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    21 Mar 2006 08:06 PM
    pilfered from Thumped: the latest line-up. > Massive Attack > Pet Shop Boys > Basement Jaxx > New Order > Damien Rice > Groove Armada > Yeah Yeah Yeahs > Devendra Banhart > Belle & Sebastian > Super Furry Animals > Antony & the Johnsons > The Frames > Rufus Wainwright > The Blue Nile > Gary Numan > Tom Vek > Coldcut > Alabama 3 > Gang of Four > Saul Williams > Bloc Party > David Kitt > The Rapture > Mad Professor > Dublin Gospel Choir I'm exctied about the blue nile, and er......
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    21 Mar 2006 08:24 PM
    There's nothing there to make me feel like running out and buying a ticket. There's lots there I like but nothing to grab me immediately. Like I said in the other thread, getting high profile Irish acts to play demonstrates huge lack of imagination on the part of the bookers.
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    21 Mar 2006 10:17 PM
    Only Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Saul Williams, Mad Professor and Massive Attack would interest me in a 'see as many varied acts at a festival that I wouldn't normally pay to see' kinda way. I've seen most of the other good one's already. Let's hope the line-up is better than that.
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    22 Mar 2006 11:01 AM
    Damo Rice and The fookin Frames? AHH FUUCCKKK OFFFFFFFFFFFF
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    22 Mar 2006 12:25 PM
    that lineup does not look like what i was hoping for... lacking in imagination is right... let's hope that the smaller acts have something to offer us
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    22 Mar 2006 12:38 PM
    damien rice curating his own stage according to hotpress
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    22 Mar 2006 01:02 PM
    are you taking the f**king piss..........?
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    22 Mar 2006 01:04 PM
    Looks like a 'Best Of' compilation of Witnness/Oxegen over the years
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    22 Mar 2006 01:14 PM
    yeah, there's some great acts but they are kinda last summer's news... devendra banhart, antony and the johnsons, rufus wainwright - last year, we'd of probably all been delighted... ...and even though i like the frames, booking them, new order and damien rice is going to bring a large contingent of people i'm not into... you get the drift... ...some f**ker's bound to come on now and tell me to get off my high horse... still - vibe ruined... come back prince - all is forgiven
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    22 Mar 2006 01:18 PM
    gary numan tho GARY NUMAN!! The YYY's and Gary Numan make it all better - thats if they are included of course.
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