Who Stole The Show At Glastonbury – As Voted By You

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The votes are in! We asked NME readers to vote for the acts they think stole the show at Glastonbury 2013, whether they were there or watched it on the telly. We gave you 18 to rate from 1 - 10. AlunaGeorge came in at a respectable 18.

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Tom Martin/NME
Collaborators Disclosure were ranked next.

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Richard Johnson/NME
Then Tyler, The Creator at 16.

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Jenn Five/NME
15. Azealia Banks.

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Ed Miles/NME
13. Chic feat. Nile Rodgers.

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Richard Johnson/NME
12. Mumford & Sons.

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Richard Johnson/NME
11. Alt-J.

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Richard Johnson/NME
10. Smashing Pumpkins.

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Dan Dennison/NME
9. Haim.

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Richard Johnson/NME
8. Primal Scream.

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Richard Johnson/NME
7. Vampire Weekend.

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6. Foals. We're nearly at number one - can you guess who's going to top the poll?

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Jenn Five/NME
5. The Vaccines.

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Richard Johnson/NME
You voted the Rolling Stones show third best.

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Tom Oxley/NME
2. Arctic Monkeys.

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