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NME battled the mud, chai tea stalls and numerous naked punters at Glastonbury 2008 in search of the best tents of the weekend. To find out if your hippy hovel made our top ten, check out this week's issue of NME.

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The famous Pyramid Stage during a sunny spell at Glastonbury 2008. This week's special edition of NME offers an extensive review of the event, and reports on how the legendary festival fared in the face of slow ticket sales, mud and that "controversial" hip-hop headliner. Pic: Danny North

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Kings Of Leon, Glastonbury 2008, Friday June 27. The band played a dynamic and hypnotic set that included the hits 'On Call' and 'Molly's Chambers'. Read the full review in NME, on sale today, plus visit NME.COM/VIDEO for an exclusive filmed interview with the Kings just hours before their triumphant Worthy Farm appearance. Pic: Tom Oxley

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MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden onstage at Glastonbury 2008. The gig was the Brooklyn-based duo's first ever UK festival appearance. Read all it about it in NME's Glastonbury Special, on sale from today (Wednesday July 2). Pic: Tim Cochrane

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NME's intrepid photographer braved the Glasto chopper to get this picture of the legendary festival. Try and spot your tent in the poster, printed alongside other highlights from the weekend, in the issue of NME, dated July 5. Pic: James Quinton

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CSS pucker up and pout, Marilyn Monroe style, for NME's photographer at Glastonbury 2008. For this, plus six other souvenir Glasto posters, pick up your copy of the new NME, out to buy across the UK from today. Pic: James Quinton

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British Sea Power's Noble towers over fans during the band's Natural History Museum gig in London. The band lived up to their eccentric credentials with a storming performance surrounded by the likes of a diplodocus dinosaur, a 12ft moa bird skeleton, and 600 bracken-wielding BSP fanatics. Pic: Tom Oxley

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Raucous ear-shredders Underground Railroad are interviewed in Radar in the new issue of NME, hitting UK shelves today (Wednesday July 2). The band will be performing throughout the South-East this summer before releasing second album 'Sticks and Stones', which you can hear now in full, in the NME.COM Media Player. Pic:Tom Oxley

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Oasis are back! New album 'Dig Out Your Soul' is due for release on October 6, and finds the band heading in a more experimental direction. "I wanted a sound that was more hypnotic, more driving - songs that you would maybe have to connect to," revealed Noel. Read the full story in NME, onsale Wednesday July 2.
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