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Generale Lee said in Giugno 26th, 2010 at 19:04

hip hip hurrà!!!…. er il mitico B16 che…. ha fatto anche lui IL TRIPLETE (sempre meglio quello di B16!)……..

….dulcis dulcis in fundo….it’s VERY amazing video:



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B16 said in Giugno 27th, 2010 at 11:06

davvero amazing… ieri sera durante il trionfo ghanese – non me ne vogliano i giocatori – e’ stato quando hanno inquadrato jagger in tribuna…!


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B16 said in Giugno 27th, 2010 at 11:21


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Muse joined by U2’s The Edge at Glastonbury

Band headline Pyramid Stage for the second time

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Muse were joined onstage by U2 guitarist The Edge as they headlined Glastonbury tonight (June 26).

The space-rock trio played the closing Pyramid Stage for the second time in six years, bringing the second day to an epic finish.

The band brought their special brand of bombast despite a relatively-stripped down show from what they are used to, though the biggest surprise was reserved for the encore.

The band left the stage for a lengthy breather after finishing the initial set with ‘Stockholm Syndrome’. When they returned, they were joined by The Edge, who added his trademark guitar to a version of U2’s ‘Where The Streets Have No Name’.

“This is our friend The Edge,” Muse frontman Matt Bellamy said simply at the end of the mass sing-a-long.

U2 had been due to headline Glastonbury last night, but were forced to pull out after Bono seriously injured his back and were replaced by Gorillaz.

The band appeared relaxed onstage throughout the gig with Bellamy, dressed in white trousers and a red T-shirt, telling the audience; “I can’t believe it’s not fucking raining. I’ve been waiting 15 years for it to be sunny at Glastonbury. Shout out to Michael Eavis! And his daughter [Emily]!”

Muse’s return to Glastonbury was heavy on material from current album ‘The Resistance’, but they threw in curveballs like ‘Nishe’, the B-side to 2000 single ‘Unintended’, and their traditional cover of ‘Feeling Good’, the song made famous by Nina Simone.

Muse played:

‘Supermassive Black Hole’
‘New Born’
‘Map Of The Problematique’
‘Guiding Light’
‘Citizen Erased’
‘United States Of Eurasia’
‘Feeling Good’
‘Undisclosed Desires’
‘Time Is Running Out’
‘Stockholm Syndrome’
‘Where The Streets Have No Name’
‘Plug In Baby’
‘Knights Of Cydonia’


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B16 said in Giugno 27th, 2010 at 11:23

gli XX viaggiano sempre meglio…

The XX duetted with Florence And The Machine’s Florence Welch during their second Glastonbury show of the weekend tonight (June 26).

Playing to a heaving crowd at the John Peel Stage, the band invited Welch to sing on their remixed version of ‘You’ve Got The Love’.

Afterwards they admitted being blown away by their reception at Worthy Farm, particularly as it is their first time at the festival.

It was also the second time an XX song has been played at the festival today, as Shakira covered the band’s ‘Islands’ earlier on during her Pyramid Stage set.

The XX also covered Bronski Beat’s ‘Smalltown Boy’ during the gig. The XX had previously headlined The Park stage last night.


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B16 said in Giugno 27th, 2010 at 11:25

infine gli amici national, per i quali come sa il generale sto preparando un blitz…

The National staged a ‘reverse stage invasion’ during their Glastonbury set this evening (June 26).

Playing the Other Stage, frontman Matt Berninger turned the tables and dived into the crowd himself during ‘Squalor Victoria’.

Continuing to sing, the frontman nearly made it to the mixing desk as he was slapped on the back by fans and even squirted with a water pistol.

Following the audience’s acclaim Berninger then joked about the band’s recent success, scoring a UK top Five with new album ‘High Violet’ after 10 years of hard graft and touring.

“This what it looked like in our heads 10 years ago. In our brains,” Berninger told the crowd. “It was a little darker and there were more girls in the front, but this is it.”

The frontman also found time to joke about the band’s gloomy reputation, and how they may have suited an evening slot.

“Ah look at that sunset, beautiful,” he joked, pointing at the sun which was still blazing high in the sky. He added: “Make a wish.”

Towards the end of the set Berninger was back in the crowd again, this time during ‘Mr November’, before the band ended the set with ‘Terrible Love’.

The National played:

‘Mistaken For Strangers’
‘Anyone’s Ghost’
‘Bloodbuzz Ohio’
‘Slow Show’
‘Squalor Victoria’
‘I’m Afraid Of Everyone’
‘Conversation 16’
‘Apartment Story’
‘Fake Empire’
‘Mr November’
‘Terrible Love’


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B16 said in Giugno 27th, 2010 at 19:19

from amsterdam, this week

In Rainbows – Radiohead
A Reality Tour – David Bowie
1.Outside – David Bowie
Sound of Silver – LCD Soundsystem
Live at Max’s Kansas City – The Velvet Underground
Leonard Cohen Live in London – Leonard Cohen
New Skin for the Old Ceremony – Leonard Cohen
Brothers – The Black Keys
Attack and Release – The Black Keys
Trouble Man – Marvin Gaye
Pieces of a man – Gil Scott-Heron
Eastern Sounds – Yusef Lateef
Bryter Layter – Nick Drake
Late Night Tales – Cinematic Orchestra
Further – Chemical Brothers
Los Angeles – Flying Lotus
There is love in you – Four Tet
Original Soundtrack One – Passengers
No line on the horizon – U2
Neil Young Live at Massey Hall 1971 – Neil Young


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Generale Lee said in Giugno 27th, 2010 at 22:01

Brothers – The Black Keys
Leonard Cohen Live in London – Leonard Cohen
Live in Hyde Park – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Canzoni a manovella – Capossela
Astral Weeks – Van Morrison
Grinderman – Grinderman
Hombre Lobo – Eels
Live 1975-1985 – Springsteen
Earle, Clark, Van Zandt – Togheter Live At Bluebird Cafè
The pioneers saboteurs – M.P. Hinson
Attack and release – The Black keys
Mescalito – Ryan Bingham



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B16 said in Giugno 28th, 2010 at 11:49



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B16 said in Giugno 28th, 2010 at 11:57

E…i Black Keys sono in Olanda, ieri a Nijmegen prima dei Pearl Jam…stasera ad A’dam!


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