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The Best 90s Britpop Playlist For Your House Party

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Saturday, 11th April, 2020

The best 90s Britpop Playlist for your house party

Happy weekend!

It’s the Easter weekend, which means it’s a long one. However we’ve been in the house for so long that this weekend just seems like any weekend we’ve had over the past few weeks. We can’t go out, so we have to stay home and party.

Every party needs some good tunes, so this week I have made a best of 90s Britpop playlist which I am calling the Mostly Britpop Playlist (just in-case there’s any people out there who are hung up on the term Britpop!).

Here’s the list in full, and you can also listen to the whole playlist below too.

90s Britpop Playlist

  1. Pulp – Common People
  2. The Boo Radleys – Wake Up Boo!
  3. Oasis – Wonderwall
  4. Blur – Parklife
  5. Reef – Place Your Hands
  6. Oasis – Cigarettes And Alcohol
  7. Pulp – Disco 2000
  8. Blur – Country House
  9. Oasis – Live Forever
  10. Ocean Colour Scene – The Day We Caught The Train
  11. Dodgy – Good Enough
  12. The Lightning Seeds – Lucky You
  13. Ocean Colour Scene – The Riverboat Song
  14. Blur – Girls And Boys
  15. Black Grape – Reverend
  16. Supergrass – Alright
  17. The Lightning Seeds – Sugar Coated Iceberg
  18. Babybird – You’re Gorgeous
  19. Blur – Song 2
  20. Dodgy – Staying Out For The Summer
  21. The Lightning Seeds – Life Of Riley
  22. Republica – Ready To Go
  23. Edwyn Collins – A Girl Like You
  24. Ocean Colour Scene – Hundred Mile High City
  25. Oasis – Some Might Say
  26. Kula Shaker – Hush
  27. The La’s – There She Goes
  28. Suede – Trash
  29. James – Sit Down
  30. Garbage – Stupid Girl
  31. Texas – Black Eyed Boy
  32. The Verve – Bitter Sweet Symphony
  33. Oasis – Don’t Look Back In Anger

And there you have it, the best Britpop from the 90s. You can listen and reminisce about the Blur vs Oasis battle and listen to your favourites.

There were lots of bands who had a lot of songs, namely Blur, Oasis and Pulp (especially Blue & Oasis!) . I didn’t want to saturate the playlist with both those bands, so I’ve missed some of their songs out even though I did like them back in the day.

If you prefer a more dance kind of sound, you’ve got to check out my europop playlist. It will take you back to the 90’s if nothing else.

Have a good weekend!


Michael Adams

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Michael Adams is the founder and editor of Michael 84, blogger and T-shirt designer from Newcastle, UK. Sharing men's fashion tips, style advice and lifestyle information for all guys.

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