15 wonderful throwback songs that pay homage to British indie pop

No this isn’t NME, this is still Slime Time. However, as I’ve said before, I have a horrible soft spot for brit pop, and this article will probably be the pinnacle of it. At Slime Time, we’re here to fuel you’re guilty pleasures. So sit back, relax, and be propelled back to 2006 when you, too, were also obsessed with British indie music, as we resurrect some old gems all but forgotten.

Disclaimer: this list will not include “Wonderwall.” I’m sure you’ve heard that one enough over the years. And as badly as I wanted to include the other Manchester boys, The Stone Roses and The Smiths, this list will start in 1990.

“Love Will Tear Us Apart” by Joy Division (1990)

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“Girls and Boys” by Blur (1994)

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“Cigarettes and Alcohol” by Oasis (1994)

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“Common People” by Pulp (1995)

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“Don’t Look Back In Anger” by Oasis (1995)

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“Song 2” by Blur (1997)

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“Bittersweet Symphony” by The Verve (1997)

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“Take Me Out” by Franz Ferdinand (2004)

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“Don’t Look Back into the Sun” by The Libertines (2004)

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“Lyla” by Oasis (2005)

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“I Predict a Riot” by Kaiser Chiefs (2005)

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“Naive” by the Kooks (2006)

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“I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” by Arctic Monkeys (2006)

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“Mardy Bum” by Arctic Monkeys (2006)

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“A Certain Romance” by Arctic Monkeys (2006)

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by Sophie Pecilunas

 

 

 

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