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Welcome to the What Mobile moblog. We'll be posting all the gossip from the Nokia Isle of Wight Festival. Feel free to add any of your comments - if you were there, let us know how it was for you!

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Dirty Pretty Things

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If you missed DPT at the Isle of Wight Festival, here's a little taster...
13th Jun 2006, 12:29   comments (0)

THE KOOKS

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13th Jun 2006, 10:49   comments (1)

ISLE OF WIGHT DAY 3.3

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Well, what can I say? Coldplay get the award for the
performance of the festival. I wasn't that keen on
Chris Martin's band before seeing them play, but he
really interacted with the crowd and gave off so much
energy. There wasn't a single person sitting down for
the performance (except my friend who twisted her
ankle while dancing eratically!), and the atmosphere
was electric.
12th Jun 2006, 21:15   comments (2)

ISLE OF WIGHT DAY 3.2

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After sleeping through Lou Reed in the sunshine, I
woke up to see Richard Ashcroft come on stage and give
the most dynamic performance of the festival. Singing
his solo hits as well as The Verve numbers, he truly
rocked the stage.
12th Jun 2006, 21:11   comments (1)

ISLE OF WIGHT DAY 3.1

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After yesterday's performances, today had a lot to
live up to. The day's music for me began with Maximo
Park. I forgot how good they were, but as they bashed
out hits like 'Apply some Pressure' and 'Postcard of a
Painting', the crowds were on their feet.
12th Jun 2006, 21:05   comments (0)

ISLE OF WIGHT DAY 2.4

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After an hour of anticipation, Foo Fighters took to
the stage. The light show was fantastic (although a
little bright at times), as was drummer Taylor Hawkins, who
put in the most impressive drum performance I've
ever seen. The only problem was that Dave Grohl's
voice wasn't powerful enough over the rest of the music.
12th Jun 2006, 21:00   comments (2)

ISLE OF WIGHT DAY 2.3

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Primal Scream show that a break only improves their performance. They (with Kate Moss who introduced them) really warmed up the crowds before Foo Fighters came on and rocked the stage.
12th Jun 2006, 20:49   comments (0)

ISLE OF WIGHT DAY 2.2

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The Kooks were swiftly followed by Dirty Pretty
Things. Carl Barat and the boys were on top form.
12th Jun 2006, 20:42   comments (0)
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