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Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood, Snoop Dogg, De La Soul surprise Glastonbury
We think our 70,000-person festivals are something. Psh. Try going overseas to Glastonbury, where more than twice that number of people attend.
Now imagine something like 170,000 people getting a surprise set from Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood, playing tunes like "Pyramid Song," "Idioteque" and "Karma Police."
"Welcome to the biggest surprise of the weekend," fest organizer Michael Eavis said, introducing the pair to the throng, according to NME.
U2 fill-in Gorillaz also had some surprise guests. Snoop Dogg delivered his own words to "Drop It Like It's Hot" over the rap verse in "Clint Eastwood." De La Soul helped on "Superfast Jellyfish" and "Feel Good Inc." Lou Reed, Bobby Womanck, members of the Clash and the Fall also were around.
Bananas. That's what you'd imagine.
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