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Even the Misses Sound Like Hits on Supergrass' 'The Strange Ones 1994-2008'

Straight outta Britpop and straight to the top of the charts, and then gradually back down. When everyone was watching Oasis and Blur call each other names, they should have been listening to Supergrass.

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Gaz Coombes Presents: Here Come the Bombs

The solo debut from the former Supergrass frontman sounds a little like... Supergrass. And that might be a mixed blessing.

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15 Years Later: Blur's 'Parklife'

Parklife is like a dream date -- it's smart, it's funny, it rocks, it's tender, it gets your blood pumping, and when it's over, you can't wait to do it all over again.

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Supergrass: Diamond Hoo Ha

Sixth studio album by the Oxford quartet follows the bucolic Road to Rouen with a foot-to-the-overdrive-pedal punch of rock 'n' roll.

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The Long Road to Hoo Ha: An Interview with Supergrass

Only one band survived the highs and lows of the Britpop era. We talked about this endurance, a sixth album, and other lifespan issues with Danny Goffey, the one and only drummer for... yes, Supergrass.

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Supergrass: Road to Rouen

Britpoppers finally make the album worth listening to after smoking their name.

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