T In The Park 2005 Reviews
With a lone piper belting out a neck-tingling rendition of 'Flower of Scotland' aided by thousands of impassioned festival goers, the biggest and best T In The Park ever hosted finishes as it started; a glorious success.
"Hello Edinburgh!" It's quite amazing how two simple words can have such a devastating effect on your popularity but as poor Rachel Fuller finds out...
The Radio One/NME Stage is traditionally one of the coolest places to hang out at T in the Park, and this year's no disappointment. With a mix of the good, the bad and the ugly Saturday's line-up is like a whirlwind, moving from the shite to the sublime i
Today's T in the Parkers are a lot more chilled than yesterday, with lounging around in the blistering sun replacing the desperate need to catch everyone and everything that's happening.
Out of the frying pan of T In The Park's sunny fields and into the relative cool of the gloomy King Tut's Tent, literate indie lads Poor Old Ben prove to be a chilling relief from the heat.
If merging Guns N Roses and Stone Temple Pilots had resulted in a heavier and sleazier sound than that of Velvet Revolver, then The Black Velvets would surely have been the outcome.
Calling all T-goers - we want to know how YOU rated the festival just gone, to find out how it stood up alongside other festivals this summer, as well as previous T's. Results will be online next week.
Following the predictable, yet wholly unnecessary hassle of 60,000 alcohol smuggling fans being filed through the gates with only minutes before the action kicks off, The Beautiful South effortlessly settle things down with a feel-good greatest hits set.