Oasis top NME readers' wishlist of bands to headline Reading & Leeds 2015

Foo Fighters and The Strokes also figure

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Oasis have topped a poll to find out which bands NME readers would like to headline Reading And Leeds Festivals next year – despite the fact that the band doesn't presently exist as a functioning unit.

They were closely followed by Foo Fighters, who do have a new album on the way, plus The Strokes, Muse and Blur.





The Top Five artists you want to see headline Reading & Leeds 2015 are:

Oasis
Foo Fighters
The Strokes
Muse
Blur


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