Top 10 Best 90s British Rock Bands

The Verve: Best known for their hit "Bitter Sweet Symphony," The Verve's Urban Hymns became one of the quintessential albums of the decade.

The Stone Roses: Although their peak was in the late 80s, their influence carried into the 90s with their seminal debut album.

Supergrass: With energetic tracks like "Alright" and "Caught by the Fuzz," Supergrass became known for their catchy and vibrant rock sound.

Suede: Pioneers of Britpop, Suede's debut and follow-up Dog Man Star featured their distinctive glam-rock influence and introspective lyrics.

Radiohead: With groundbreaking albums like OK Computer and The Bends, Radiohead pushed the boundaries of rock, incorporating experimental.

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Pulp: Led by Jarvis Cocker, Pulp captured the essence of British life with albums like Different Class, featuring hits like "Common People.

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Oasis: Dominating the Britpop movement, Oasis delivered iconic albums like Definitely Maybe.

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Manic Street Preachers: Known for their politically charged lyrics and anthemic sound, albums like Everything Must Go.

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Blur: Known for their rivalry with Oasis, Blur produced defining tracks like "Song 2" and "Parklife," blending alternative rock with Britpop influences.

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Ash: Emerging from Northern Ireland, Ash blended punk energy with catchy melodies, producing hits like "Girl From Mars" and "Shining Light.

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