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English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1989. Wikipedia

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    • By 1996, Oasis's prominence was such that NME termed a number of Britpop bands (including the Boo Radleys, Ocean Colour Scene and Cast) "Noelrock", citing Gallagher's influence on their music.Britpop-Wikipedia
    • Towards the end of the year, Stereophonics did a sold-out tour of the UK, ending with a Christmas show at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, supported by Feeder, Ocean Colour Scene and Adam Masterson.Stereophonics-Wikipedia
    • In 2016 open-air concerts will take place at Times Square for the first time, including performances from Maxïmo Park, Ocean Colour Scene and Catfish and the Bottlemen.Newcastle upon Tyne-Wikipedia
    • For a while the contest between Blur and Oasis was built by the popular press into the "Battle of Britpop", initially won by Blur, but with Oasis achieving greater long-term and international success, directly influencing later Britpop bands, such as Ocean Colour Scene and Kula Shaker.Rock music-Wikipedia
    • The paper printed harsh criticism of Ocean Colour Scene and Kula Shaker, and allowed dissenting views on Oasis and Blur at a time when they were praised by the rest of the press.Melody Maker-Wikipedia
    • Noel himself was often regarded as the spearhead of the Britpop movement, with NME deeming several Britpop bands (including Kula Shaker, Ocean Colour Scene, and Cast) "Noelrock".Noel Gallagher-Wikipedia

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