Glastonbury 2011 – The best performances of the weekend

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20 – Primal Scream, Other Stage

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.

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19 – Friendly Fires, Other Stage

19 - Friendly Fires, Other Stage

19 – Friendly Fires, Other Stage Whether it was ‘Hawaiian Air’, the dancers, or that shirt, you voted them in at 19.

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18 – The Vaccines, Other Stage

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

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17 – White Lies, Other Stage

17 - White Lies, Other Stage

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

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16 – Morrissey, Pyramid Stage

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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15 – B.B. King, Pyramid Stage

15 - B.B. King, Pyramid Stage

15 – B.B. King, Pyramid Stage The “King Of The Blues” proved he still had it with ‘Rock Me Baby’ and ‘I Need You’.

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14 – Biffy Clyro, Pyramid Stage

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

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13 – The Chemical Brothers, Other Stage

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

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12 – Radiohead, Park Stage

12 – Radiohead, Park Stage Their “surprise gig” was pretty surprising content wise, although they did bust out ‘Street Spirit (Fade Out)’ at the end.

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11 – Mumford & Sons, Other Stage

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

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10 – Kaiser Chiefs, Other Stage

10 - Kaiser Chiefs, Other Stage

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

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9 – Elbow, Pyramid Stage

9 - Elbow, Pyramid Stage

9 – Elbow, Pyramid Stage Was it their “reverse Mexican wave” that got you? A great festival moment.

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8 – Queens Of the Stone Age, Other Stage

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

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7 – Pulp, Park Stage

7 - Pulp, Park Stage

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

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6 – Beyoncé, Pyramid Stage

6 – Beyoncé, Pyramid Stage A stunning, Vegas-like show from the former Destiny’s Child (and, briefly, Tricky).

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5 – Two Door Cinema Club, Pyramid Stage

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.

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4 – Coldplay, Pyramid Stage

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.

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3 – The Wombats, Other Stage

3 – The Wombats, Other Stage Fans favourites The Wombats came in at Number 3. You didn’t think we meant ‘The Wombles’ did you?

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2 – U2, Pyramid Stage

2 – U2, Pyramid Stage The astronaut reciting the lyrics to ‘Beautiful Day’! ‘Jerusalem’! That backdrop! So many reasons why is was memorable…

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1 – Hurts, John Peel Stage

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

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