Buzz·Posted on Sep 12, 2013Can You Prove You Were A Britpop Fan?Do you remember the first time? Well, do you?by Tom PhillipsBuzzFeed Staff, UK FacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Which of these albums was released first? Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! Suede's self-titled debut is the earliest - it came out in 1993. Echobelly's "Everyone's Got One", Pulp's "His 'n' Hers", and Blur's "Parklife" all came out in 1994; Gene's "Olympian" was 1995; and Belle & Sebastian's "Tigermilk" was released in 1996. 2. What subject was "she" studying at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design? Flickr: ziopaopao / Creative Commons Drama Correct Incorrect Drama Fashion Correct Incorrect Fashion Sculpture Correct Incorrect Sculpture BA (Honours) Fine Art Correct Incorrect BA (Honours) Fine Art Correct! Wrong! As we know from Pulp's "Common People", she came from Greece, and had a thirst for knowledge. And, of course, she studied sculpture at Saint Martins College. If you would like to study sculpture at Saint Martins College, here is a short course you can take. 3. Which band owned a tank? Chung Sung-Jun / Getty Images Primal Scream Correct Incorrect Primal Scream Super Furry Animals Correct Incorrect Super Furry Animals Black Grape Correct Incorrect Black Grape Sleeper Correct Incorrect Sleeper Correct! Wrong! It was the Super Furries. They painted it blue, kitted it out with a soundsystem, and drove it around festivals playing techno. Via thinklikealabel.com 4. In what year was Blur's "There's No Other Way" released? 1991 Correct Incorrect 1991 1992 Correct Incorrect 1992 1993 Correct Incorrect 1993 1994 Correct Incorrect 1994 Correct! Wrong! So long ago. SO VERY VERY OLD. 5. Which of these isn't a Suede lyric? youtube.com "Chic thug stuttered through a stereo dream / A fifty knuckle shuffle heavy metal machine" Correct Incorrect "Chic thug stuttered through a stereo dream / A fifty knuckle shuffle heavy metal machine" "Shake your fake tan through aerosol land, you'll know / That you'll suffer for your sex by the caravanettes, oh no" Correct Incorrect "Shake your fake tan through aerosol land, you'll know / That you'll suffer for your sex by the caravanettes, oh no" "Come to my house tonight / We can be together in the nuclear sky" Correct Incorrect "Come to my house tonight / We can be together in the nuclear sky" "Out to the electric night / Where the bassline jumps in the backstreet lights" Correct Incorrect "Out to the electric night / Where the bassline jumps in the backstreet lights" "High on diesel and gasoline / Psycho for drum machine" Correct Incorrect "High on diesel and gasoline / Psycho for drum machine" Correct! Wrong! One of those was a rogue Girls Aloud lyric. (In order: "Introducing The Band"; "Killing Of A Flashboy"; "Stay Together"; Girls Aloud's "Sound Of The Underground"; "Beautiful Ones".) 6. Left to right, identify the members of Kenickie. selectmagazinescans.monkeon.co.uk Emmy-Kate, Lauren, Marie, Johnny Correct Incorrect Emmy-Kate, Lauren, Marie, Johnny Marie, Emmy-Kate, Lauren, Johnny Correct Incorrect Marie, Emmy-Kate, Lauren, Johnny Lauren, Marie, Emmy-Kate, Johnny Correct Incorrect Lauren, Marie, Emmy-Kate, Johnny Marie, Lauren, Emmy-Kate, Johnny Correct Incorrect Marie, Lauren, Emmy-Kate, Johnny Correct! Wrong! From left to right, it's Marie du Santiago, Lauren Laverne, Emmy-Kate Montrose and Johnny X (real names: Anne Marie Nixon, Lauren Gofton, Emma Jackson and Pete Gofton.) 7. Which of these bands didn't sing in Welsh? Flickr: nationalassemblyforwales / Creative Commons Super Furry Animals Correct Incorrect Super Furry Animals Manic Street Preachers Correct Incorrect Manic Street Preachers Gorky's Zygotic Mynci Correct Incorrect Gorky's Zygotic Mynci Catatonia Correct Incorrect Catatonia Correct! Wrong! Here is a video of a very large number of Welsh people singing "every day when I wake up, I thank the lord I'm Welsh." 8. Which album's cover is this from? "1977" by Ash Correct Incorrect "1977" by Ash "Do It Yourself" by The Seahorses Correct Incorrect "Do It Yourself" by The Seahorses "Elastica" by Elastica Correct Incorrect "Elastica" by Elastica "C'mon Kids" by The Boo Radleys Correct Incorrect "C'mon Kids" by The Boo Radleys Correct! Wrong! "1977" had a hidden track that was just the noise of band members throwing up, quite possibly the worst hidden track ever. 9. Which Blur song is this the video for? Popscene Correct Incorrect Popscene Country House Correct Incorrect Country House Girls & Boys Correct Incorrect Girls & Boys No Distance Left To Run Correct Incorrect No Distance Left To Run Correct! Wrong! The Country House video, directed in the style of Benny Hill by artist Damien Hirst. Not seen in this picture: Graham Coxon looking miserable. 10. Which of these is the video for "Don't Look Back In Anger"? Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! The key being that Noel sang Don't Look Back In Anger; all the others have Liam singing. (Clockwise from top left: "Supersonic"; "Champagne Supernova"; "Don't Look Back In Anger"; "D'You Know What I Mean"; "Live Forever"; "Wonderwall".) 11. Which of these tracks wasn't a number one in John Peel's Festive Fifty? Len Trievnor/Express/Hulton Archive / Getty Images "Common People" by Pulp Correct Incorrect "Common People" by Pulp "Come Out 2 Nite" by Kenickie Correct Incorrect "Come Out 2 Nite" by Kenickie "I Want You" by Inspiral Carpets Correct Incorrect "I Want You" by Inspiral Carpets "Paintball's Coming Home" by Half Man Half Biscuit Correct Incorrect "Paintball's Coming Home" by Half Man Half Biscuit Correct! Wrong! Half Man Half Biscuit appeared in the Festive Fifty no fewer than 13 times over the years, but were never number one. 12. What year was Jarvis Cocker's BRIT Awards Michael Jackson stage invasion? youtube.com 1994 Correct Incorrect 1994 1995 Correct Incorrect 1995 1996 Correct Incorrect 1996 1997 Correct Incorrect 1997 Correct! Wrong! Cocker was arrested and detained for several hours over the stage invasion, before being released without charge. Fact: he was legally represented during his detention by the comedian Bob Mortimer, who was a former solicitor and accompanied him after he was arrested. “All the policemen kept asking him for his autograph,” Cocker said. 13. Who are these people? Heavy Stereo Correct Incorrect Heavy Stereo Northern Uproar Correct Incorrect Northern Uproar These Animal Men Correct Incorrect These Animal Men Not actually a band, just some blokes at an Oasis gig Correct Incorrect Not actually a band, just some blokes at an Oasis gig Correct! Wrong! As pictured on the cover of their 1995 debut single "Rollercoaster". Northern Uproar have released four albums, their most recent coming out in May 2013. Really. 14. Which of these songs was NOT used as the Goal Of The Month music on Match Of The Day? youtube.com "Is This Music?" by Teenage Fanclub Correct Incorrect "Is This Music?" by Teenage Fanclub "Chasing Rainbows" by Shed Seven Correct Incorrect "Chasing Rainbows" by Shed Seven "Ashes" by Embrace Correct Incorrect "Ashes" by Embrace "Life Of Riley" by The Lightning Seeds Correct Incorrect "Life Of Riley" by The Lightning Seeds Correct! Wrong! Teenage Fanclub, Embrace and most famously The Lightning Seeds were all used as the backing track for Goal of the Month. Sadly for The Sheds, they never made it to the pinnacle of Match of the Day music-use. 15. Britpop is generally accepted to have died some time in the late 90s. In 1999, who did Select magazine think was about to bring it back to life? selectmagazinescans.monkeon.co.uk Kula Shaker Correct Incorrect Kula Shaker Gay Dad Correct Incorrect Gay Dad Feeder Correct Incorrect Feeder Rialto Correct Incorrect Rialto Correct! Wrong! That's Cliff Jones of Gay Dad posing as Pop Jesus. (To be fair to Select, "To Earth With Love" was ace.) 16. Whose opinion of Glastonbury (as announced on stage there in 1994) was that they should "build some more fucking bypasses over this shithole"? Flickr: andrew_j_w / Creative Commons Nicky Wire Correct Incorrect Nicky Wire Liam Gallagher Correct Incorrect Liam Gallagher Alex James Correct Incorrect Alex James Noel Gallagher Correct Incorrect Noel Gallagher Correct! Wrong! Lanky Manics bassist and vacuum cleaning enthusiast Wire retracted the remarks in 2007, saying he just meant it as a joke. The Manics returned to Glastonbury as headliners in 1999, when they caused toilet controversy.