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    The 17 Greatest 90s Britpop Performances From "Top Of The Pops"

    "Maybe, I don't really wanna know, how your garden grows... "

    17. Sleeper, "Sale of the Century".

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    This clip gets a million more 90s points for having old-school subtitles.

    16. Ocean Colour Scene, "The Riverboat Song".

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    15. Menswear, "Daydreamer".

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    14. Echobelly, "Great Things".

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    13. Lush, "Single Girl".

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    12. Kula Shaker, "Tattva".

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    11. Mansun, "Wide Open Space".

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    Note that the person doing the intro is none other than 70s glam rock star and convicted paedophile Gary Glitter.

    10. Ash, "Goldfinger"

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    9. The Bluetones, "Slight Return".

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    8. Elastica, "Waking Up", featuring a gurning Damon Albarn not playing keybords.

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    7. Suede, "Trash", which proves that no one works a tambourine like Brett Anderson.

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    NO ONE.

    6. Oasis, "Some Might Say".

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    5. Blur, "Charmless Man", complete with weird big drumsticks, for some reason.

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    4. Supergrass, "Alright".

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    Key questions raised by this clip include, what the HELL is Gaz wearing?

    3. Blur, with Phil Daniels, "Parklife".

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    2. Oasis, "Live Forever".

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    "Maybeeeeeeeeeeeeee ..."

    1. Pulp, "Common People".

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    Some of Jarvis's moves in this performance are OFF THE SCALE.

    The BBC is running a Britpop season at the moment if this is your kind of thing.