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The 10 Best Brit-Pop Songs by Rolling Stone

Readers’ Poll: The Brit-pop era didn’t last very long. Nobody can agree on an exact time frame, but most people think that it began around 1991, peaked in 1994 when Oasis and Blur both made records that would change their lives and ended when the Rolling Stones sued Verve and the Spice Girls, appeared. Although it barely lasted for around five years, if you looked at a British music magazine, you would have thought it had gone on forever. There is a period of preoccupation that only seems to become worse with age. This magazine asked our readers to vote for their favorite Brit-pop song because a new Blur album is out and Noel Gallagher is on tour. These are the outcomes.

List of Best Brit-Pop Songs:

  1. Pulp, “Common People”
  2. Oasis, “Don’t Look Back In Anger”
  3. The Verve, “Bitter Sweet Symphony”
  4. Oasis, “Live Forever”
  5. Blur, “Girls and Boys”
  6. Blur, “Parklife”
  7. Oasis, “Wonderwall”
  8. Blur, “Song 2”
  9. Oasis, “Champagne Supernova”
  10.  Blur, “Coffee & TV”


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