The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No.34: Gogol Bordello
With a stage so this crazy, songs this addictive, and punk this bouncy, even the Daily Mail can’t help but love these Gypsies: it’s everyone’s favourite multi-cultural clusterfuck Gogol Bordello!
The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No.39: Tenacious D
Comedy band? Yes. Joke of a booking? Hell no. Tenacious D brought the non-existant house down in 2008, warming everyone up for Metallica with some of the biggest sing alongs in festival history. Only one question was left unresolved: Lizard or Wizard?
The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No.41: Feeder
With four performances in the noughties and three nineties Feeder have proved themselves loyal Reading servants with a back catalogue of hits deep enough to send any crowd home happy.
Don’t you just hate it when one blistering track is feeding into the next creating an absolute masterpiece of an album, and then, just as perfection approaches, WHAM! A chronic misfire of epic proportions that is simply impossible to ignore emerges. This week, our writers discuss their Top 5 Bad Songs on Good Albums.
The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No.49: Billy Talent
Billy Talent made their first Reading appearance in 2003, they wouldn’t return for four years, but when they did, they quickly became one of the iconic Reading bands, playing the main stage twice and headlining the Lock Up.