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REM's hit-packed set saw the band perform songs stretching back 27 years and included What's The Frequency Kenneth?,
Losing My Religion and It's it's
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Michael Michael, archangel
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He said: "I got about six hours sleep last night. We did Oxegen
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"We're mixing the old songs going back to 1981 and the new stuff which people really like to hear.
"There is something about the spirit of a festival that is so different to doing your own show.
"Here there are people that might not be aware of your music or be particularly interested in what you offer.
"It's a different type of challenge to prove you are worth being here.
"There are lots of great bands here and there is a camaderie I really enjoy.
The Zutons and Battles are playing here who are awesome."
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