By reviving the swirling, guitar-heavy sounds of late-'60s psychedelia and infusing it with George Harrison's Indian mysticism and spirituality, Kula Shaker became one of the most popular British bands of the immediate post-Brit-pop era. More musically adept and experimental than...
|Styles:||British Trad Rock, Britpop, Neo-Psychedelia, Rock & Roll|
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|Foo Fighters ||Oasis ||Travis ||The Cast |
|Sleeper ||Ocean Colour Scene ||Embrace ||Dodgy |