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Classic T In The Park images

  • Muddy festival-goers at T In The Park 2007. The Scottish music bash was originally held at Strathclyde Park, but since 1997 has been held at a disused airfield in Balado, Kinross-shire. Pic: Sonia Melot

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  • Babyshambles at T In The Park 2007. The first day of last year's festival was marred by traffic chaos with up to 13 hours of delays and 12 miles of tailbacks on the southbound M90 motorway. Pic: Sonia Melot

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  • Bloc Party at T In The Park. This year's bash kicks off today (Friday July 11) with performances from Kids In Glass Houses, The Music, The Futureheads, The Chemical Brothers and The Verve. Stick with NME.COM all weekend for live reports, photo galleries, blogs and video interviews. Pic: Danny North

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  • The Coral's James Skelly at T In The Park 2007. NME.COM will be reporting from this year's event all weekend. Keep checking back for updates and new photos. Pic: Sonia Melot

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  • The Killers headline T In The Park 2007. The band enjoyed a deafening crowd response throughout their set, in stark contrast to their Glastonbury headline performance the previous month, which was marred by sound problems and exhortations to, "Turn it up!" Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Klaxons' Jamie Reynolds at T In The Park 2007. With Klaxons enjoying some downtime before starting work on album two, the bassist was spotted backstage at Glastonbury last month (June 25) hanging out with Lily Allen and Florence And The Machine. Pic: Sonia Melot

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  • Kooks at T In The Park 2007, where they headlined the Radio 1/NME Stage. This year, in the wake of their Number 1 sophomore album 'Konk', Luke Pritchard and co make the jump to the Main Stage, where they play third from top on Saturday July 12. Pic: Sonia Melot

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  • My Chemical Romance at T In The Park 2007. The black-clad punks recently wrapped up their world tour in support of third album 'The Black Parade' with a sold-out gig at New York's Madison Square Garden. They are now enjoying a break before they start working on their next album, due for release in 2009. Pic: Danny North

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  • Razorlight's Johnny Borrell salutes the crowd from the Main Stage at T In The Park, Saturday July 7, 2007. The Killers played next. Who will steal the show at this year's festival? Stay with NME.COM all weekend for live reports, daily photo galleries, blogs and video interviews from the UK's maddest festival. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Sinead O'Connor, who played T In The Park's Pet Sounds Arena in 2007, on a bill that also boasted Rufus Wainwright and Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The Enemy relax backstage ahead of their headline performance on the Futures Stage at last year's T In The Park. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The Enemy headline the Futures Stage at T In The Park, Saturday July 7, 2007. Eight days later the Coventry trio's debut album, 'We'll Live And Die In These Towns' debuted at Number 1 in the UK album chart. Pic: Danny North

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  • The View pose for the cover of NME, shortly before headlining the King Tut's Tent at T In The Park, Saturday July 7, 2007. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Arcade Fire on the Main Stage at T In The Park 2007. This year's bash will feature live sets from Pendulum, The Ting Tings, We Are Scientists, Pigeon Detectives, Kaiser Chiefs, The Prodigy and more. Pic: Danny North

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  • Wolfmother at T In The Park 2006. The Aussie rockers played their first gig in 9 months on April 12 2008, debuting four new songs from their forthcoming second album, including 'Back Round', 'The Violence Of The Sun', 'Monolith' and 'Inside The Mountain'. Pic: Phil Wallis

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  • Fans wait for The View to come onstage at T In The Park 2006. That year's festival sold out in record time. All 60,000 tickets were gone in under an hour. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The Kooks backstage at T In The Park 2006. The foursome have now played the festival three years in a row. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The View at T In The Park 2006. For full coverage stay with NME.COM all weekend as we bring you the latest news, blogs, live reports, photo galleries and video interviews. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The Strokes take a moment to take in the views from the Main Stage, Sunday July 9, T In The Park 2006. Super-producer Pharell Williams recently told NME of his desire to produce the band's next album, the follow-up to 2006's 'First Impressions Of Earth'. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The Red Hot Chili Peppers headlining the Main Stage, Saturday 8 July, T In The Park 2006. In May 2008 singer Anthony Kiedis announced that the band were to disband for 12 months. Pic: Phil Wallis

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  • Paul Weller headlining the Radio 1/NME Stage, Saturday 8 July. Stay with NME.COM all weekend as we bring you the latest news, blogs, video interviews and photo galleries from T In The Park. Pic: Drew Farrell

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  • Lily Allen onstage with a beer at T In The Park 2006. For full coverage from this weekend, stay with NME.COM. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The Kooks onstage at T In The Park, Saturday 8 July 2006. They return to Balado this year to play the Main Stage on Saturday July 12. Pic: Phil Wallis

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  • Luke Pritchard from The Kooks entertaining NME staff backstage at T In The Park 2006. He played a new song especially for NME.COM - which representatives from the band's label Virgin later asked us to remove from the site. Pic: Phil Wallis

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  • Kasabian at T In The Park 2006. Stay with NME.COM all weekend for the latest news, blogs, band-by-band reviews, video interviews and photo galleries. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The Kaiser Chiefs entertain a mammoth crowd at T In The Park 2006. The not-so-angry mob return to the festival this year, headlining the Radio 1/NME Stage on Saturday July 12. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Kaiser Chiefs backstage at T In The Park 2006. Stay with NME.COM all weekend for the latest news, live reports, blogs, video interviews and more. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Kaiser Chiefs backstage at T In The Park 2006. Stay with NME.COM all weekend for the latest news, live reports, blogs, video interviews and more. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson onstage at T In The Park 2006. The band will return on the Main Stage this weekend (Saturday 12 July). Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • The Fratellis amongst the crowd at T In The Park 2006. Stay with NME.COM all weekend for all the latest news, blogs, video interviews and pictures from Scotland's annual rock n' roll jamboree.

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  • Franz Ferdinand relaxing on NME's Signing Tent sofa before their Main Stage set at T In The Park 2006. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Franz Ferdinand onstage at T In The Park 2006. Stay with NME.COM all weekend as we bring you the latest news, live reports, blog, photo galleries and video interviews from T In The Park 2008. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Franz Ferdinand on the Main Stage, Saturday 8 July, T In The Park 2006. Alex Kapranos and co recently played a surprise set at Glastonbury's Park Stage, debuting four new songs, 'Kathryn Kiss Me', 'Ulysses', 'Turn It On' and 'What She Came For'. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Dirty Pretty Things frontman Carl Barat at NME's Signing Tent, T In The Park 2006. Barat is currently recuperating after being struck down with acute pancreatitis. Pic: Phil Wallis

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  • This punter adds some magic to T In The Park 2006. Stay with NME.COM all weekend for all the latest news, reviews, video interviews and photographs from T In The Park 2008. Pic: Phil Wallis

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  • The Main Stage crowd take a well deserved rest at T In The Park, 2006. Stay with NME.COM all weekend as we bring you all the latest from T In The Park 2008.

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  • The crowd at T In The Park 2006. The Scottish music bash has a reputation amongst bands for having an electrifying atmosphere, with a much louder audience response than at other festivals. Pic: Phil Wallis

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  • The T In The Park crowd eagerly awaiting the next act on the Main Stage, 2006. Stay with NME.COM all weekend as we bring you the latest from Balado. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • Richard Ashcroft on the Radio 1/NME Stage, Sunday 9 July, T In The Park 2006. He returns to T this year with The Verve, who headline the Main Stage tonight (Friday July 11). For full T In The Park coverage, stay with NME.COM all weekend. Pic: Drew Farrell

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  • The T In The Park crowd before Richard Ashcroft's set on the Radio 1/NME Stage 2006. Pic: Drew Farrell

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  • The Arctic Monkeys on the Main Stage, Sunday 9 July 2006, T In The Park. For full T In The Park coverage, stay with NME.COM all weekend. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • 1990s on the T-break Stage at T In The Park 2006. The Glasgow band are currently in the studio with ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler working on the follow-up to their debut album 'Cookies'. Pic: Andrew Kendall

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  • The Cribs on the Radio 1/NME Stage at T In The Park, Saturday 8 July 2006. For full coverage from this year's bash, stay with NME.COM all weekend. Pic: Phil Wallis

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  • CSS at T In The Park 2007. The Brazilian band release their new album, 'Donkey', on July 21. In this week's NME magazine they explain the record's troubled genesis: "I wanted to cry all the time," says Luiza Sa. "I thought I was going insane. I couldn't leave the house." Pic: Danny North

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    Added: 22 Jan 2009