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Seven Ages Of Rock : Volume VII
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The journey through the history of rock music climaxes with a focus on British Indie music. Although once associated with social misfits seeking refuge from the bright processed pop then dominating the charts, The Smiths' first Top of the Pops appearance in 1983 paved the way for the hugely influential Madchester music scene. However, it was the iconoclastic influence of Suede and intense media attention in the Blur-Oasis chart battles in the nineties that brought Britpop to a wider audience. Revealing interviews and rarely seen archive offers an insight into the story which ends with the recent reinvention of Indie by bands like The Libertines, Franz Ferdinand and The Arctic Monkeys.


00:00:00:00 Intro
00:03:20:19 The Smiths
00:09:11:11 Manchester
00:18:41:04 The Stone Roses
00:26:23:06 The Manchester Scene
00:30:52:12 Oasis
00:38:29:13 Suede
00:43:47:18 Blur
00:50:29:07 Definitely Maybe
00:55:22:15 Blur vs Oasis
01:04:13:00 Oasis at Knebworth
01:08:32:21 Indie Goes Mainstream
01:11:24:10 The Libertines
01:21:58:01 The Arctic Monkeys
01:27:37:06 Conclusion
01:28:57:00 end
Seven Ages Of Rock : Volume VII



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