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Stone Roses and Blur

Stone Roses' Ian Brown and Blur's Damon Albarn
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Why does England get to have all the fun? In the past year, Blur and the Stone Roses have both reunited for a bunch of triumphant U.K. shows – leaving their American fans to watch them on YouTube if at all. Both of these groups clearly have a bigger fanbase over in their home country, but they'd still sell a lot of tickets stateside. They'd kill at Coachella, and they could even go on a brief American leg together, for the ultimate Anglophile double bill.

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