June 22, 2011 11:39

Wu Tang Clan fans are 'most likely to put out' at Glastonbury

Dating site Tastebuds.fm has crunched some data for those on the pull this weekend

Wu Tang Clan fans are 'most likely to put out' at Glastonbury

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Wu Tang Clan have emerged as the band with the most promiscuous fans at this weekend's Glastonbury, according to new data.

Online dating site Tastebuds.fm, which matches people according to their musical tastes, has come up with a guide for people looking to hook up this weekend.

The site anonymously surveyed their user community about their dating habits, mashed that data up with what they knew about their musical preferences, then matched the results to the artists playing at this year's festival.

They concluded that the act whose fans are most likely to put out on the first meeting are Wu Tang Clan, closely followed, perhaps surprisingly, by BB King. The rest of the top ten, in descending order of looseness, are The Chemical Brothers, Pendulum, Tame Impala, Queens Of The Stone Age, TV On The Radio, Biffy Clyro, Plan B and U2.

This is good news for girls on the prowl, since Wu Tang Clan also emerged as the act with the greatest density of male fans, beaten only by DJ Shadow, and ahead of Ghostpoet.

The act found to have the largest quota of female fans was found to be Paolo Nutini, followed by Jessie J and Mumford and Sons.

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