Can You Prove You Were A Britpop Fan?

Do you remember the first time? Well, do you?

  1. 1. Which of these albums was released first?
  2. 2. What subject was "she" studying at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design?
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    1. Drama
    2. Fashion
    3. Sculpture
    4. BA (Honours) Fine Art
  3. 3. Which band owned a tank?
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    1. Primal Scream
    2. Super Furry Animals
    3. Black Grape
    4. Sleeper
  4. 4. In what year was Blur's "There's No Other Way" released?
    1. 1991
    2. 1992
    3. 1993
    4. 1994
  5. 5. Which of these isn't a Suede lyric?
    1. “Chic thug stuttered through a stereo dream / A fifty knuckle shuffle heavy metal machine”
    2. “Shake your fake tan through aerosol land, you’ll know / That you’ll suffer for your sex by the caravanettes, oh no”
    3. “Come to my house tonight / We can be together in the nuclear sky”
    4. “Out to the electric night / Where the bassline jumps in the backstreet lights”
    5. “High on diesel and gasoline / Psycho for drum machine”
  6. 6. Left to right, identify the members of Kenickie.
    1. Emmy-Kate, Lauren, Marie, Johnny
    2. Marie, Emmy-Kate, Lauren, Johnny
    3. Lauren, Marie, Emmy-Kate, Johnny
    4. Marie, Lauren, Emmy-Kate, Johnny
  7. 7. Which of these bands didn't sing in Welsh?
    1. Super Furry Animals
    2. Manic Street Preachers
    3. Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci
    4. Catatonia
  8. 8. Which album's cover is this from?
    1. “1977” by Ash
    2. “Do It Yourself” by The Seahorses
    3. “Elastica” by Elastica
    4. “C’mon Kids” by The Boo Radleys
  9. 9. Which Blur song is this the video for?
    1. Popscene
    2. Country House
    3. Girls & Boys
    4. No Distance Left To Run
  10. 10. Which of these is the video for "Don't Look Back In Anger"?
  11. 11. Which of these tracks wasn't a number one in John Peel's Festive Fifty?
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    1. “Common People” by Pulp
    2. “Come Out 2 Nite” by Kenickie
    3. “I Want You” by Inspiral Carpets
    4. “Paintball’s Coming Home” by Half Man Half Biscuit
  12. 12. What year was Jarvis Cocker's BRIT Awards Michael Jackson stage invasion?
    1. 1994
    2. 1995
    3. 1996
    4. 1997
  13. 13. Who are these people?
    1. Heavy Stereo
    2. Northern Uproar
    3. These Animal Men
    4. Not actually a band, just some blokes at an Oasis gig
  14. 14. Which of these songs was NOT used as the Goal Of The Month music on Match Of The Day?
    1. “Is This Music?” by Teenage Fanclub
    2. “Chasing Rainbows” by Shed Seven
    3. “Ashes” by Embrace
    4. “Life Of Riley” by The Lightning Seeds
  15. 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?
    1. Kula Shaker
    2. Gay Dad
    3. Feeder
    4. Rialto
  16. 16. Whose opinion of Glastonbury (as announced on stage there in 1994) was that they should "build some more fucking bypasses over this shithole"?
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    1. Nicky Wire
    2. Liam Gallagher
    3. Alex James
    4. Noel Gallagher

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Tom Phillips is the UK editorial director for BuzzFeed and is based in London.
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