Yesterday’s Papers #46: Something Dodgy for the Weekend

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Yesterday’s Papers #45: Britpop Rules the Roost at Glasto 95

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Yesterday’s Papers #44: Menswear Create a Nuisance

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Yesterday’s Papers #43: Powder Blow in, 1995

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Yesterday’s Papers #42: Oasis Go Large – Be Here Now, 1997

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Graphic artist Marnie Taylor creates new She’s Electric poster

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It’s hard sometimes trying to stay positive when it feels like the film will never get made but then someone like graphic designer MARNIE TAYLOR comes along and offers you some free art just because she loves Britpop and supports what we’re trying to do. Marnie’s poster featuring the main…

Yesterday’s Papers #41: Suede on the Defensive

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era… Scans courtesy of James Tanner @britpopmemories

Yesterday’s Papers #40: More Trouble for the Charlatans

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era… Scans courtesy of James Tanner @britpopmemories