Pulp - this is hardcore / this is glastonbury

It was time for Britpop to go, no doubt. With Blur long since headed for the hills, Oasis settling into creative torpor, and bands like Space, Catatonia, Shed Seven, The Bluetones and Kula Shaker (clinging on with a second album) toiling to sustain its second wave, Britpop was a faded brass-rubbing of itself. Even Robbie Williams was co-opting the scene’s tropes in a career then seemingly destined for the dustbin. That was alarming enough on its own. Time to tear it up and start again.


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