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    FRIDAY (84 Acts)
    U2
    Neil Young & Crazy Horse
    R.E.M.
    Weezer
    Wilco
    Squeeze
    Tears For Fears
    Radiohead
    Patti Smith
    Wire
    Pavement
    Soft Cell (w/Mark Almond)
    Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band
    Simon & Garfunkel
    Replacements
    Sonic Youth
    Pixies
    10,000 Maniacs
    Mott The Hoople
    Rod Stewart & Faces
    Fleetwood Mac
    Steve Miller Band
    The Monkees
    Stereolab
    Kaiser Chiefs
    Shoen Knife
    Silverchair
    Romeo Void
    The Jam
    Green Day
    Stray Cats
    Tom Waits
    Johnny & Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer
    Ministry
    B-52s
    XTC
    Hollies
    Jethro Tull
    Georgia Satellites
    Presidents of the United States of America
    Mission Of Burma
    Elvis Costello
    Buzzcocks
    English Beat
    Young Fresh Fellows (Seattle, WA)
    The Vibrators
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    Better Than Ezra
    Sister Double Happiness (San Francisco, CA)
    Sloan
    Hall & Oates
    Jimmy Buffet
    America
    Paul Revere & the Raiders
    Herman’s Hermits
    Dream Syndicate
    Killing Joke
    Tommy Tutone
    Howlin’ Maggie (Columbus, OH)
    Of Montreal
    Translator
    Bruce Cockburn
    Fleshtones
    Billy Bragg
    Dropkick Murphys
    The Fenians
    Young Dubliners
    Silos
    Doobie Brothers
    T-Bone Burnette
    Vik Chesnutt
    Guadalcanal Diary
    Dreams So Real
    Floater (Portland, OR)
    Scrawl (Columbus. OH)
    Bobby Sherman
    Dead Can Dance
    Laibach
    Camper Van Beethoven/Cracker
    Tuatara
    The Minus 5
    Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3
    Tim Easton (http://www.groundcontroltouring.com)
    The Tripwires (Seattle, WA)


    SATURDAY (87 acts)
    The Rolling Stones
    AC/DC
    Rush
    Pearl Jam
    Iron Maiden
    David Bowie/Tin Machine
    Van Halen
    Todd Rundgren
    The Tubes
    Status Quo
    Rammstein
    Kinks
    Lou Reed
    KISS
    Judas Priest
    J. Geils Band
    Soundgarden
    Ace Frehley (solo)
    Bob Dylan
    U.F.O.
    Motorhead
    Wolfmother
    Jet
    Roxy Music
    Morrissey
    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    The Cult
    Iggy & the Stooges
    Sammy Hagar
    Z. Z. Top
    Joe Perry (solo)
    Angels (Angel City)
    Alice Cooper
    Jesus & Mary Chain
    Siouxee & the Banshees
    Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
    New York Dolls
    H.I.M.
    Helmet
    Screaming Trees
    Echo & the Bunnymen
    Tom Jones
    Golden Earring
    Dave Edmunds
    Slade
    Devo
    Scorpions
    Nick Cave/Birthday Party
    Talk Talk
    Hives
    Krokus
    The Doors (of the 20th Century)
    Grand Funk Railroad
    Melanie
    Leon Russell
    X
    A.F.I.
    Blue Oyster Cult
    Cheap Trick
    Ted Nugent
    System of a Down
    Budgie
    The Saints (from Australia)
    The Guess Who
    Davy Jones (of The Monkees)
    Stephen Stills
    Ry Cooder & David Lindley
    Willie Nelson
    Glen Campbell
    Merle Haggard
    Chris Hillman
    Blackfoot (w/Ricky Medlocke)
    J. J. Cale
    Cowboy Junkees
    Doobie Brothers
    Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show
    Weird Al Yankovich
    Superchunk
    Tiger Army
    Ozark Mountain Daredevils
    Peter Tork & Shoe Suede Blues
    The Godz (featuring Eric Moore)
    L7
    Kim Fowley
    Artful Dodger (from Cleveland, OH)
    Kill Dozer
    Mike Watt

    SUNDAY (55 acts)
    Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr
    Eric Clapton & Friends
    Elton John
    Yes
    Emmerson, Lake, & Palmer
    King Crimson
    Yoko Ono & the Plastic Ono Band
    Joe Cocker
    Madness
    Pretenders
    Blondie
    Talking Heads/David Byrne
    Brian Eno
    Duran Duran
    Cocteau Twins
    Bonnie Raitt
    Carly Simon
    The Radiators (from New Orleans)
    James Gang (featuring Joe Walsh)
    Jackson Browne
    Donovan
    Dead Kennedys
    Indigo Girls
    Heart
    Adam & the Ants
    Black Flag/Henry Rollins Band
    ABC
    D.A.F.
    Melissa Ethridge
    Berlin
    Public Image
    Psychedelic Furs
    Angel (Casablanca Records band)
    Jane Siberry
    Leo Kottke
    Sara Hickman
    Jean Luc-Ponty
    Max Webster
    William Orbit
    Harold Budd
    Moby
    Kevin Ayers
    The Adicts
    Suzi Quatro
    Cabaret Voltaire
    Yo La Tengo
    Royal Crescent Mob (Columbus. OH)
    Sparks
    Meat Puppets
    Soup Dragons
    Liz Story
    Crack The Sky
    Downy Mildew
    Epic Hero
    "Some people just need a hi-five in the face."

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    with all due respect and I DO mean all due respect. You son of a bitch.
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    who is Paul Tollett 2010? what operating system drives his learning processor?
    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmjamalawesome View Post
    Would you fucks stop and visualize this for one second??

    You really want to dedicate a solid chunk of your Coachella-going to go get asshole to asshole with a bunch of sweaty jerkoffs so you can sing along and fistpump to fucking "Poker Face"?

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    Default Re: AN OPEN LETTER TO PAUL TOLLETT 2010

    Clearly you didn't use this little guy:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredder View Post
    who is Paul Tollett 2010? what operating system drives his learning processor?
    Whoa!
    Did I touch a nerve?
    Oops.........
    Time to make the 2010 poster!
    "Some people just need a hi-five in the face."

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    Default Re: AN OPEN LETTER TO PAUL TOLLETT 2010

    You forgot someone...


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    Quote Originally Posted by paulthomasanderson View Post
    You forgot someone...

    Too much yin, not enough yang. now, back to the original post.......
    "Some people just need a hi-five in the face."

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    Default Re: AN OPEN LETTER TO PAUL TOLLETT 2010

    Wasn't really a "letter".

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    Quote Originally Posted by RODGERRAMJET View Post
    Weezer
    have you heard weezer's new album?











    HAVE YOU FUCKING HEARD WEEZER'S NEW ALBUM YOU SICK BASTARD?

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    this list is awesome

    I would love to see what an ace frehley solo set consists of
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    No one wants to see every goddamn artist on your iTunes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l337moomoo View Post
    have you heard weezer's new album?












    HAVE YOU FUCKING HEARD WEEZER'S NEW ALBUM YOU SICK BASTARD?

    Does it suck or what? i assume it does...

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    http://blogs.1077theend.com/internbryce/

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    I bet all those Canucks fans from last year would love it if Mumford & Sons headlined.
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    Vic Chesnutt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Steve Miller Band. yes
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    that looks like an expensive festival
    '99-'11...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RODGERRAMJET View Post
    FRIDAY (84 Acts)
    U2
    Neil Young & Crazy Horse
    R.E.M.

    Weezer
    Wilco
    Squeeze
    Tears For Fears
    Radiohead
    Patti Smith
    Wire
    Pavement
    Soft Cell (w/Mark Almond)
    Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band
    Simon & Garfunkel
    Replacements
    Sonic Youth
    Pixies
    10,000 Maniacs
    Mott The Hoople
    Rod Stewart & Faces
    Fleetwood Mac

    Steve Miller Band
    The Monkees
    Stereolab
    Kaiser Chiefs
    Shoen Knife
    Silverchair
    Romeo Void
    The Jam
    Green Day
    Stray Cats
    Tom Waits
    Johnny & Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer
    Ministry
    B-52s
    XTC
    Hollies
    Jethro Tull
    Georgia Satellites
    Presidents of the United States of America
    Mission Of Burma
    Elvis Costello
    Buzzcocks
    English Beat
    Young Fresh Fellows (Seattle, WA)
    The Vibrators
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    Better Than Ezra
    Sister Double Happiness (San Francisco, CA)
    Sloan
    Hall & Oates
    Jimmy Buffet
    America
    Paul Revere & the Raiders
    Herman’s Hermits
    Dream Syndicate
    Killing Joke
    Tommy Tutone
    Howlin’ Maggie (Columbus, OH)
    Of Montreal
    Translator
    Bruce Cockburn
    Fleshtones
    Billy Bragg
    Dropkick Murphys
    The Fenians
    Young Dubliners
    Silos
    Doobie Brothers
    T-Bone Burnette
    Vik Chesnutt
    Guadalcanal Diary
    Dreams So Real
    Floater (Portland, OR)
    Scrawl (Columbus. OH)
    Bobby Sherman
    Dead Can Dance
    Laibach
    Camper Van Beethoven/Cracker
    Tuatara
    The Minus 5
    Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3
    Tim Easton (http://www.groundcontroltouring.com)
    The Tripwires (Seattle, WA)


    SATURDAY (87 acts)
    The Rolling Stones
    AC/DC
    Rush
    Pearl Jam

    Iron Maiden
    David Bowie/Tin Machine
    Van Halen
    Todd Rundgren
    The Tubes
    Status Quo
    Rammstein
    Kinks
    Lou Reed
    KISS
    Judas Priest
    J. Geils Band
    Soundgarden
    Ace Frehley (solo)
    Bob Dylan
    U.F.O.
    Motorhead
    Wolfmother
    Jet
    Roxy Music
    Morrissey
    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    The Cult
    Iggy & the Stooges
    Sammy Hagar
    Z. Z. Top
    Joe Perry (solo)
    Angels (Angel City)
    Alice Cooper
    Jesus & Mary Chain
    Siouxee & the Banshees
    Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
    New York Dolls
    H.I.M.
    Helmet
    Screaming Trees
    Echo & the Bunnymen
    Tom Jones
    Golden Earring
    Dave Edmunds
    Slade
    Devo
    Scorpions
    Nick Cave/Birthday Party
    Talk Talk
    Hives
    Krokus
    The Doors (of the 20th Century)
    Grand Funk Railroad
    Melanie
    Leon Russell
    X
    A.F.I.
    Blue Oyster Cult
    Cheap Trick
    Ted Nugent
    System of a Down
    Budgie
    The Saints (from Australia)
    The Guess Who
    Davy Jones (of The Monkees)
    Stephen Stills
    Ry Cooder & David Lindley
    Willie Nelson
    Glen Campbell
    Merle Haggard
    Chris Hillman
    Blackfoot (w/Ricky Medlocke)
    J. J. Cale
    Cowboy Junkees
    Doobie Brothers
    Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show
    Weird Al Yankovich
    Superchunk
    Tiger Army
    Ozark Mountain Daredevils
    Peter Tork & Shoe Suede Blues
    The Godz (featuring Eric Moore)
    L7
    Kim Fowley
    Artful Dodger (from Cleveland, OH)
    Kill Dozer
    Mike Watt

    SUNDAY (55 acts)
    Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr
    Eric Clapton & Friends
    Elton John
    Yes

    Emmerson, Lake, & Palmer
    King Crimson
    Yoko Ono & the Plastic Ono Band
    Joe Cocker
    Madness
    Pretenders
    Blondie
    Talking Heads/David Byrne
    Brian Eno
    Duran Duran
    Cocteau Twins
    Bonnie Raitt
    Carly Simon
    The Radiators (from New Orleans)
    James Gang (featuring Joe Walsh)
    Jackson Browne
    Donovan
    Dead Kennedys
    Indigo Girls
    Heart
    Adam & the Ants
    Black Flag/Henry Rollins Band
    ABC
    D.A.F.
    Melissa Ethridge
    Berlin
    Public Image
    Psychedelic Furs
    Angel (Casablanca Records band)
    Jane Siberry
    Leo Kottke
    Sara Hickman
    Jean Luc-Ponty
    Max Webster
    William Orbit
    Harold Budd
    Moby
    Kevin Ayers
    The Adicts
    Suzi Quatro
    Cabaret Voltaire
    Yo La Tengo
    Royal Crescent Mob (Columbus. OH)
    Sparks
    Meat Puppets
    Soup Dragons
    Liz Story
    Crack The Sky
    Downy Mildew
    Epic Hero
    so... thats how many millions of dollars?

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    50 at least. Oh you really forgot somebody


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    an expensive festival for the really old...

    umm "fun times"

    "yeah"
    "It began as a mistake" - Charles Bukowski

    Wanted:
    1. Nachos
    2. Puppies


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    Dear Paul,

    Please have you or someone update the official site so crazy people stop posting questions.

    Thanks.

    Ardentbiscuit

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    Dear AB.. working on it.
    .................................................. ..............
    She added the phrase "meany head" to my profile.
    I hardly think I'm an attention whore.
    I train birds of prey and am I licensed falconer

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    Dear Psychic Friend,

    You're the best.

    signed - ass kisser emtgreg
    "It began as a mistake" - Charles Bukowski

    Wanted:
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    2. Puppies


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    Quote Originally Posted by psychic friend View Post
    Dear AB.. working on it.

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    Every time I see Paul's last name I hear Eddie Murphy pretending to be Richard Pryor saying "toilet"
    "All of you coachella 'regulars' have nasty boy pussies and itchy dick4's on your asses.
    Why don't you all make like a tree and get chopped down and die. You all have been dreadfully mean to me.
    I Hate you. All of you. None of you will ever get to see a womans chest meat or finger blast hott cougies like me.
    Fuck you all. Consider this my resignation.
    Fair the well, you elitest scumbags."

    — Faxman75, who has clearly had enough

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    “You ever, sometime, right, you get on that tahhlet and when you shit, that water splash up on your ass? Don’t that make you mad, right? You know what really make me mad? It’s when shit come halfway out your ass, then go back up in that motherfucker. Right? Why do shit be teasing your ass, right? Just get the fuck out, right? You know what really bother me is when you be straining for a long time, right? And one little pebble shit come out. Right? Be some shit this big, right? Push your head up your asshole, say: That’s all the shit I’m gonna get, motherfucker? You know what really make me mad, when your ass don’t cooperate with you and clench up and break the shit in half. You be mad as a motherfucker too, because you know you got to wipe your ass for, like, five hours and shit, right? Use 10 rolls of tahhlet paper on that motherfucker. You know what really make me mad, though, is afterwards, right? You done all the shitting you gonna do for the whole day, right? You finish shitting and you flush the tahhlet and wait a second and one chunk come back. What does that chunk want?”
    "All of you coachella 'regulars' have nasty boy pussies and itchy dick4's on your asses.
    Why don't you all make like a tree and get chopped down and die. You all have been dreadfully mean to me.
    I Hate you. All of you. None of you will ever get to see a womans chest meat or finger blast hott cougies like me.
    Fuck you all. Consider this my resignation.
    Fair the well, you elitest scumbags."

    — Faxman75, who has clearly had enough

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    you totally skipped the sahara you nitwit

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    Quote Originally Posted by RODGERRAMJET View Post
    FRIDAY (84 Acts)
    U2
    Neil Young & Crazy Horse
    R.E.M.
    Weezer
    Wilco
    Squeeze
    Tears For Fears
    Radiohead
    Patti Smith
    Wire
    Pavement
    Soft Cell (w/Mark Almond)
    Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band
    Simon & Garfunkel
    Replacements
    Sonic Youth
    Pixies
    10,000 Maniacs
    Mott The Hoople
    Rod Stewart & Faces
    Fleetwood Mac
    Steve Miller Band
    The Monkees
    Stereolab
    Kaiser Chiefs
    Shoen Knife
    Silverchair
    Romeo Void
    The Jam
    Green Day
    Stray Cats
    Tom Waits
    Johnny & Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer
    Ministry
    B-52s
    XTC
    Hollies
    Jethro Tull
    Georgia Satellites
    Presidents of the United States of America
    Mission Of Burma
    Elvis Costello
    Buzzcocks
    English Beat
    Young Fresh Fellows (Seattle, WA)
    The Vibrators
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    Better Than Ezra
    Sister Double Happiness (San Francisco, CA)
    Sloan
    Hall & Oates
    Jimmy Buffet
    America
    Paul Revere & the Raiders
    Herman’s Hermits
    Dream Syndicate
    Killing Joke
    Tommy Tutone
    Howlin’ Maggie (Columbus, OH)
    Of Montreal
    Translator
    Bruce Cockburn
    Fleshtones
    Billy Bragg
    Dropkick Murphys
    The Fenians
    Young Dubliners
    Silos
    Doobie Brothers
    T-Bone Burnette
    Vik Chesnutt
    Guadalcanal Diary
    Dreams So Real
    Floater (Portland, OR)
    Scrawl (Columbus. OH)
    Bobby Sherman
    Dead Can Dance
    Laibach
    Camper Van Beethoven/Cracker
    Tuatara
    The Minus 5
    Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3
    Tim Easton (http://www.groundcontroltouring.com)
    The Tripwires (Seattle, WA)


    SATURDAY (87 acts)
    The Rolling Stones
    AC/DC
    Rush
    Pearl Jam
    Iron Maiden
    David Bowie/Tin Machine
    Van Halen
    Todd Rundgren
    The Tubes
    Status Quo
    Rammstein
    Kinks
    Lou Reed
    KISS
    Judas Priest
    J. Geils Band
    Soundgarden
    Ace Frehley (solo)
    Bob Dylan
    U.F.O.
    Motorhead
    Wolfmother
    Jet
    Roxy Music
    Morrissey
    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    The Cult
    Iggy & the Stooges
    Sammy Hagar
    Z. Z. Top
    Joe Perry (solo)
    Angels (Angel City)
    Alice Cooper
    Jesus & Mary Chain
    Siouxee & the Banshees
    Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
    New York Dolls
    H.I.M.
    Helmet
    Screaming Trees
    Echo & the Bunnymen
    Tom Jones
    Golden Earring
    Dave Edmunds
    Slade
    Devo
    Scorpions
    Nick Cave/Birthday Party
    Talk Talk
    Hives
    Krokus
    The Doors (of the 20th Century)
    Grand Funk Railroad
    Melanie
    Leon Russell
    X
    A.F.I.
    Blue Oyster Cult
    Cheap Trick
    Ted Nugent
    System of a Down
    Budgie
    The Saints (from Australia)
    The Guess Who
    Davy Jones (of The Monkees)
    Stephen Stills
    Ry Cooder & David Lindley
    Willie Nelson
    Glen Campbell
    Merle Haggard
    Chris Hillman
    Blackfoot (w/Ricky Medlocke)
    J. J. Cale
    Cowboy Junkees
    Doobie Brothers
    Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show
    Weird Al Yankovich
    Superchunk
    Tiger Army
    Ozark Mountain Daredevils
    Peter Tork & Shoe Suede Blues
    The Godz (featuring Eric Moore)
    L7
    Kim Fowley
    Artful Dodger (from Cleveland, OH)
    Kill Dozer
    Mike Watt

    SUNDAY (55 acts)
    Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr
    Eric Clapton & Friends
    Elton John
    Yes
    Emmerson, Lake, & Palmer
    King Crimson
    Yoko Ono & the Plastic Ono Band
    Joe Cocker
    Madness
    Pretenders
    Blondie
    Talking Heads/David Byrne
    Brian Eno
    Duran Duran
    Cocteau Twins
    Bonnie Raitt
    Carly Simon
    The Radiators (from New Orleans)
    James Gang (featuring Joe Walsh)
    Jackson Browne
    Donovan
    Dead Kennedys
    Indigo Girls
    Heart
    Adam & the Ants
    Black Flag/Henry Rollins Band
    ABC
    D.A.F.
    Melissa Ethridge
    Berlin
    Public Image
    Psychedelic Furs
    Angel (Casablanca Records band)
    Jane Siberry
    Leo Kottke
    Sara Hickman
    Jean Luc-Ponty
    Max Webster
    William Orbit
    Harold Budd
    Moby
    Kevin Ayers
    The Adicts
    Suzi Quatro
    Cabaret Voltaire
    Yo La Tengo
    Royal Crescent Mob (Columbus. OH)
    Sparks
    Meat Puppets
    Soup Dragons
    Liz Story
    Crack The Sky
    Downy Mildew
    Epic Hero
    WHile some of thse bands are good, i would say this has to be the worst request list i have ever seen.

    jump back to the 80's.
    "It's in the K" - Martha Stewart

    Since the show list is very minimal...
    August 29 // Chemical Brothers w/ Chromeo & Yacht @ Hollywood Bowl
    September 26 // Vampire Weekend w/ Beach House & the Very Best @ Hollywood Bowl
    October 5 // ARCADE FIRE @ Henry Miller Library
    October 13 // Corin Tucker Band @ The El Rey
    (someone should give me Sufjan Stevens tickets, aint got none of those)

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