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Glastonbury 2011 - The best performances of the weekend

  • All week we've been asking you who you thought put in the best performance at Glastonbury 2011. Here's the top 20 artists from the legendary weekender. 20 - Primal Scream, Other Stage Their 'Screamadelica' got you voting them in at Number 20.

    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • 19 - Friendly Fires, Other Stage Whether it was 'Hawaiian Air', the dancers, or that shirt, you voted them in at 19.

    Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

    Added: 26 Jun 2011

  • 18 - The Vaccines, Other Stage. Their set ushered in the new princes of indie, sing-a-long rock.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 17 - White Lies, Other Stage Ealing came to Worth Farm and obviously pleased a lot of you.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 16 Feb 2011

  • 16 - Morrissey, Pyramid Stage Moz was in at 16, thanks to versions of Smiths classics 'There Is A Light That Never Goes Out' and 'Shoplifters Of the World Unite'.

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    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 15 - B.B. King, Pyramid Stage The "King Of The Blues" proved he still had it with 'Rock Me Baby' and 'I Need You'.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 14 - Biffy Clyro, Pyramid Stage The ever crowd=pleasing lads from Kilmarnock gave most other bands on a bill a lesson on performance.

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 13 - The Chemical Brothers, Other Stage They provided all the dance-floor hits from 'Hey Boy, Hey Girl' to 'Block Rockin' Beats'.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 04 Jul 2011

  • 12 - Radiohead, Park Stage Their "surprise gig" was pretty surprising content wise, although they did bust out 'Street Spirit (Fade Out)' at the end.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 11 - Mumford & Sons, Other Stage A nu-folk triumph for the London four-piece.

    Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 10 - Kaiser Chiefs, Other Stage Altogether now...'Woooooooooooooooo!' The perennial festival pleasers proved their mettle, coming in at a solid tenth position.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 28 Jun 2011

  • 9 - Elbow, Pyramid Stage Was it their "reverse Mexican wave" that got you? A great festival moment.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • 8 - Queens Of the Stone Age, Other Stage A hit-packed set for those of you not feeling the love for Beyoncé.

    Photo: Danny North

    Added: 27 Jun 2011

  • 7 - Pulp, Park Stage A massive comeback triumph, funny and deeply felt.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 26 Jun 2011

  • 5 - Two Door Cinema Club, Pyramid Stage They had the crowd standing on each other's shoulders to get a glimpse of the Northern Irish band.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 4 - Coldplay, Pyramid Stage Strolling on to the Back To The Future theme and winning the crowd round with a 'best of' set earnt Chris Martin and co. a spot just off the podium.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 16 Jun 2011

  • 3 - The Wombats, Other Stage Fans favourites The Wombats came in at Number 3. You didn't think we meant 'The Wombles' did you?

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 2 - U2, Pyramid Stage The astronaut reciting the lyrics to 'Beautiful Day'! 'Jerusalem'! That backdrop! So many reasons why is was memorable...

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • 1 - Hurts, John Peel Stage You voted Hurts as your number one. Was it their Kylie cover that swung it?

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 27 Jun 2011