Pulp, Elastica, Supergrass for 'Common People' Britpop compilation

The Stone Roses and Cast feature – but no Oasis or Blur…

Pulp, Elastica, Supergrass for 'Common People' Britpop compilation
A new three-CD compilation album, 'Common People. The Britpop Story', is set for release on June 8.

The compilation features Pulp, The Stone Roses, Supergrass and Super Furry Animals – but not Oasis or Blur, who are widely credited to have kick-started the 1990s movement and were the two biggest UK bands of the time.

Sleevenotes for the album have been written by Saint Etienne's Bob Stanley, who wrote for Melody Maker during the Britpop era.

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The full tracklisting of 'Common People. The Britpop Story' will be:

CD1

The Auteurs – 'Lenny Valentino'
Elastica – 'Stutter'
Gene – 'Be My Light, Be My Guide'
The Stone Roses – 'Love Spreads'
James – 'Laid'
Dodgy – 'Staying Out For The Summer'
Saint Etienne – 'You're In A Bad Way'
Dubstar – 'Stars'
Blake Grape – 'In The Name Of The Father'
Duffy – 'London Girls'
Marion – 'Sleep'
These Animal Men – 'Speeed King'
S*M*A*S*H – 'Shame'
Cast – 'Alright'
Bluetones – 'Slight Return'
Perfume – 'Lover'
The Boo Radleys – 'Wake Up Boo!'
Menswear – 'Daydreamer'


CD2

Pulp – 'Common People'
Supergrass – 'Alright'
Sleeper – 'Inbetweener'
Echobelly – 'Great Things'
Powder – 'Afrodisiac'
Northern Uproar – 'Rollercoaster'
Paul Weller – 'Thechangingman'
The Divine Comedy – 'Something For The Weekend'
Babybird – 'You're Gorgeous'
My Life Story – '12 Reasons Why'
Denim – 'It Fell Off The Back Of A Van'
Kula Shaker – 'Tattva'
Mansun – 'Wide Open Space'
Salad – 'Drink The Elixir'
Placebo – 'Nancy Boy'
Longpigs – 'She Said'
Ocean Colour Scene – 'The Riverboat Song'
Shed Seven – 'Chasing Rainbows'


CD3

Super Furry Animals – 'God! Show Me Magic'
Suede – 'Trash'
Kenickie – 'In Your Car'
Theaudience – 'A Pessimist Is Never Disappointed'
Catatonia – 'Mulder And Scully'
Space – 'Female Of The Species'
Embrace – 'All You Good Good People'
Gomez – 'Whippin' Piccadilly'
Geneva – 'Into The Blue'
Rialto – 'Monday Morning 5:19'
The Seahorses – 'Love Is The Law'
Hurricane #1 – 'Step Into My World'
Monaco – 'What Do You Want From Me'
Spearmint – 'Sweeping The Nation'
Lodger – 'Always Round Here'
Earl Brutus – 'SAS And The Glam That Goes With It'
Stereophonics – 'The Bartender And The Thief'
Gay Dad – 'Oh Jim'


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