With its infusion of pop sensibilities, guitar-driven base, and indie-inspired aesthetics, Britpop has always evoked a carefree and easily enjoyable vibe, without compromising its inherent depth. This playlist encompasses not only pure Britpop but also explores related styles and the influences which shaped it. It's hard to put into plain words, but there's an indescribable quality which makes it feel both nostalgic and timeless, especially for those who experienced the Britpop era firsthand.

In a way, this musical style has never truly disappeared. Traditional guitar-driven rock has long been significant in Britain even before the Britpop movement, and it continues to thrive long after the trend itself has faded. Some of the genre's finest acts are still active and vibrant. Pulp have reunited for live performances, Blur's new material is quite nice, and it's high time Oasis considered a reunion. As you were ZR x.

Salad - Drink The Elixir
Sleeper - Inbetweener
Northern Uproar - From a Window
These Animal Men - This Is The Sound Of Youth
Geneva - Into The Blue
Menswear - Sleeping In
Marion - Sleep
Strangelove - Living with the Human Machines
The Auteurs - How Could I Be Wrong
The Kinks - Waterloo Sunset
The Stone Roses - Love Spreads
Kenickie - Robot Song
Rialto - Untouchable
3 Colours Red - This Is My Hollywood
Kula Shaker - 303
The Who - Eminence Front
Gene - Haunted By You
Shed Seven - Speakeasy
Echobelly - King of the Kerb
The Bluetones - Bluetonic
T. Rex - Hot Love - A Side
Lush - Single Girl
David Bowie - Queen Bitch
The Wonder Stuff - Unbearable
John Lennon - Gimme Some Truth
The Charlatans - Jesus Hairdo
Ride - Black Nite Crash
The Jam - Going Underground
Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine - Rubbish
Gay Dad - To Earth with Love
The Wannadies - Hit
George Harrison - Wonderwall to Be Here
Mansun - Negative
Suede - The Drowners
Manic Street Preachers - From Despair to Where
Ash - Shining Light
The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home
The Beatles - Across The Universe - Take 2 / Anthology 2 Version
Blur - St. Charles Square
Oasis - I Am the Walrus - Live Glasgow Cathouse June '94

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