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Coachella's 2013 All-Hologram Lineup

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Since Tupac's hologram one-upped the Nat "King" Cole duets of the early 1990s and hit the stage this past weekend at Coachella, naturally the web has given rise to a spoof poster detailing an imagined all-hologram lineup.

It's nice to see the kids would appreciate having Mozart headline the closing night of the three-day (pretend) fest, but there are a few omissions, like Whitney Houston and Amy Winehouse. Perhaps even as holograms an uneven performance would be likely? Or was it just too soon?

So which performer would you like to see perform as a hologram in the ultimate comeback? Any requests for a still-living performer to pair up with a hologram?

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