SHE'S ELECTRIC

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First NameLast NameTown or CityCountryMy Britpop memory
Chalermkiat Petchpenpong Bangkok Thailand traderxp I've first heard of Oasis when I was 14 it was 4 years ago been madferrit ever since ! they bring many other bands into my life The Beatles, The Stone Roses, Blur, The Verve, The Jam and much much more !
WILLIAM SHELTON Fredericksburg United States
Jason Milton Folkestone England gratis datingside europa My favourite memory was going to see Oasis at Knebworth,absolutely brilliant,will never forget it.
Si Atkinson Manchester UK online safe dating sites Don’t have one...in fact can’t remember F*** all of the nineties.
Joe Brody Offalu Ireland http://documentalqueridowatson.es/pizdyhov/123 I wasn't born during the Britpop era so I live it every day now.
Stephen Bakke East Kilbride United Kingdom le opzioni digitali cosa sono Driving to Irvine Beach to see the mighty oasis. Clouds starting to clear as we get closer to Irvine with oasis blaring through the car speakers, all the while a mini joint rolling factory happening on the back seats of the car. Fookin mad fer it
Charlie Hart Birmingham UK source link First seeing the video for Live Forever on a portable TV in a university hall of residence kitchen and it stopping me in my tracks
Paul Golder Billericay UK follow Seeing Blur for the first time at the Old Trout in Windsor, with Elastica supporting. Far too many people in the small venue and virtually everyone (except me) wearing Fred Perry shirts!
Aaron Clarke Reading UK Drinking outside the Good Mixer in the summer of 95 with my mates whilst listening to Elastica, Blur etc on the Jukebox, wearing a random assortment of charity shop finds (Fred Perry’s, Desert Boots, Corduroy flares) and watching the world go by before legging it back to the station to travel back to the suburbs. 94 – 97 ….. incredible memories, incredible times.
Adam Murphy-Jackson Lancaster England Wasn't around in the era but i have a vast love and knowledge of britpop of which impresses alot of people but when it comes to britpop i have an utter devotion to jarvis cocker who i love to get pissed and dress up like him and dance to his songs on nights out!