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The final was judged by a host of music industry professionals, including NME new music editor, Matt Wilkinson, Kerrang's Alex Baker and Bloodhound Gang drummer Adam Perry.
Celebrity judges involved in previous years include former Slade front man Noddy Holder, r'n'b star Shola Ama, Radio 1's Annie Nightingale, Ras Kwame, Tom Deacon and Daniel P Carter, as well as members of top bands such as The Libertines, The Bloodhound Gang, Funeral For A Friend and Kids In Glass Houses.
Adam Perry, who drummed in The Bloodhound Gang before creating mobile music app BandApp, will join Mr Rock on the panel alongside Robert Thomas, from augmented reality software company RjDj, and Stephen O'Reilly of app developer Mobile Roadie.
More than 50 bands will play the Singleton Park festival including new announcements Cold War Kids, Biffy Clyro, Fightstar, Howling Bells, New Model Army, Bloodhound Gang and Buzzcocks.
So rather than stick up the usual Bloodhound Gang hotline, I stuck up Mark's personal mobile number.
Just ask side-ofstage admirers like Slipknott and Bloodhound Gang, or better still, the hardcore fanbase picked up while touring their debut album Untied States across Europe in 2000 - 2001.
The Philadelphia band Bloodhound Gang touched a nerve with "The Bad Touch.
EVERY bargain bin worth its salt should have a Bloodhound Gang CD at the bottom of it.