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04/18/2012 06:03 pm ET | Updated Apr 19, 2012

Coachella Hologram Tour: The All Hologram Coachella Lineup

If Tupac blew your mind at Coachella, don't worry, there's more where that came from (and we're not talking about the Tupac hologram tour). We're talking about the "Coachella Exclusively Hologram Lineup."

Yes, it's a fun idea and definitely a strong conversation starter. But as we look at this list, we just have to call a few things out. We're not really sure why INXS, Dio, and Pantera are considered more important than superstars Johnny Cash, James Brown and Ray Charles. We also can't quite understand why G.G. Allin would beat out sure festival-favorites Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin.

If you're going to include Buddy Holly, it seems only appropriate to also include Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper, who were killed in the same plane crash. Also, we can't support Drowning Pool getting listed above The Grateful Dead and Miles Davis. Given the small print for Janis Joplin and Hank Williams, it's safe to assume they'd be playing at noon in the blazing desert heat, so what's the point? But what seems even weirder is that artists like Elvis, Sublime, and Whitney Houston weren't even on the list!

Good thing this is just hypothetical. Who would you want to see rising from the dead to headline? Let us know in the comments below.

[Aux.tv via Gawker]
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