Noel Gallagher revealed he saw the end up of the so called 'Britpop' before it ended.
Noel Gallagher says the Britpop era was the end of rock music as a dominating part of pop culture.
The songwriter's ex group Oasis were the biggest band of the 90s and although it was a very special time for music he knew it was the end of an era.
He said: "It was an anniversary of something recently and somebody showed me a list of the album chart back them and in one week, it was Oasis, The Verve The Manics, Pulp and Blur, were like at least five of the top ten, and had been for most of that year. And I felt, I remember saying at the time that that era was the end of something, that that would be the last time that something like that would happen. There just isn't that culture any more. I have a 15-year-old daughter who is like, 'Albums? They take too much time just give me the track man.'
"I guess it was the end of pop music as we knew it and then the internet came along and bingo."
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Source: BBC via list.co.uk
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