Britpop sentence example
England Made Me is a fine album that ably demonstrates that not all Britpop albums were about trad glamor or novelty pop bombast.
By the late ' 90s Pulp were one of the most popular British groups, rising out of Sheffield to become true Britpop pioneers.
In the U.K., ska revivalists influenced both Britpop bands like Blur and trip-hop artists like Tricky.
Is it even really the same band that hijacked Britpop with a cocky Mancunian swagger ten years ago?
Try complete solos in a variety of styles from ballads to Britpop all this supported with guitar tabs.Advertisement
During the height of Britpop in the mid '90s, Oasis were deemed the biggest band in the world, and surpassed even '60s rock 'n roll top dogs The Beatles in record sales.
The Kaiser Chiefs have become one of the major Britpop revivalists if the 21st Century.
Stephen Street, former producer for Blur, produced the album, ensuring the Britpop vibe rang true from the core.
At the dawn of the millennium, the resurge of Britpop came from overseas with the likes of The Strokes and The Hives.
The Stone Roses are often used as a reference point for bands creating music post Britpop, and in a sense, The Stone Roses symbolise that period of transition from dance music to indie.Advertisement
Elastica were not only pop-punk pioneers, fitting in with the Britpop vibe of bands like Supergrass, Pulp, Cast and Ash, but they also did a lot for women in rock.
They're one of a number of Britpop revivalist bands to rebel against the skinny jeans/big hair/leather jacket anti-chav movement, though for some their supposed lack of pretension is indicative of just the opposite.