Arriving in the aftermath of Brit-pop, Mansun was one of the first British guitar bands to depart from the prevailing styles of the mid-'90s, leaving both light, Beatlesque pop and studied trad-rock behind. Mansun had more in common with early-'90s bands like Suede and the Manic...
|Styles:||Britpop, Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Neo-Glam, Post-Grunge, Neo-Prog|
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|Placebo ||Radiohead ||Spiritualized ||Super Furry Animals |
|Pulp ||Marion ||Longpigs ||Geneva |
|Poe ||The Cooper Temple Clause ||The Seahorses ||Unto Ashes |