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  • Isle Of Wight 2011 saw the likes of Foo Fighters, Kings Of Leon and Pulp play the three day June bash. Here's Tom from Kasabian playing the band's headline set on the Sunday night - closing the festival.

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    Added: 13 Jun 2011

  • Beady Eye warmed the crowd up for Kasabian and Liam donned a Union Jack jacket for the performance. The band played fan favourites 'The Roller' and 'Sons Of The Stage'.

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    Added: 13 Jun 2011

  • The crowds enjoy the sunshine on the Saturday, before the skies opened on the Sunday and left the main arena resembling a mud bath.

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  • Ricky Wilson and Kaiser Chiefs bring their old hits and material from the new album 'The Future Is Medieval' to the Main Stage at Isle Of Wight Festival 2011.

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  • Opening with 'Four Kicks', Kings Of Leon headlined the Friday night. During the set, Caleb joked that he'd tried being a porn star before becoming a frontman.

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  • Band Of Horses played the Main Stage on Friday, the day before their tour mates Foo Fighters headlined. They performed a beautiful set including material from their album 'Infinite Arms'.

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  • Fans sing-a-long to the music on the Main Stage at Isle Of Wight Festival 2011. For all our coverage from the weekend, head to NME.COM/festivals/isle-of-wight.

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  • Foo Fighters headlined on the Saturday night, playing a hit-filled set including 'Monkey Wrench' and 'Learn To Fly'. Earlier in the day Iggy Pop dragged Dave Grohl onstage to dance with him during his show.

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  • And here the man of the moment is. He played crowd favourites 'Raw Power', 'I Wanna Be Your Dog' and 'Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell'.

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    Added: 13 Jun 2011