Various - Caught Beneath The Landslide 4xCD Media Book Album

For more than a decade Kevin Cummins was chief photographer at the NME, - the world's biggest selling rock weekly - where his award-winning pictures were a major contributing factor in the rise of the Post-Punk and Madchester. It also meant he was and in a prime location to witness...

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For more than a decade Kevin Cummins was chief photographer at the NME, - the world's biggest selling rock weekly - where his award-winning pictures were a major contributing factor in the rise of the Post-Punk and Madchester. It also meant he was and in a prime location to witness and participate in the musical and cultural phenomenon in the first half of the ‘90s, that was variously tagged Britpop or Cool Britannia.

In 2020 Cassell Illustrated published his book ‘While We Were Getting High: Britpop and the ‘90s’, a collection of Kevin’s breath-taking photographs that captured an extraordinary moment in Pop music history. Rough Trade Shops included it in their Book of the Year list, while GQ magazine effused, “To flip through the book is to be immersed back in the glory days of Cool Britannia... and it’s just as cool as you remember.” Now Kevin has compiled ‘Caught Beneath The Landslide: The Other Side of Britpop and the ‘90s’, a companion collection to his book on 71 track 4CD set. It brings together artists that topped the chart and set the agenda, some who were lauded one week and laughed at the next, and others who were just along for the ride. From an era of Lad’s mags and Girl Power, “football’s coming home” and chart battles making news headlines, it brings together Oasis and Blur, Pulp and Supergrass, Sleeper and Suede, Elastica and Echobelly,
Gene and Menswear, and many more.

71 Track 4 CD Set Mediabook. 71 classic tracks, lost gems, live and alternative versions, b-sides and single edits from the Britpop era.

1. Blur - Young And Lovely
2. Suede - He's Dead
3. Huggy Bear - Her Jazz
4. Cornershop - England's Dreaming
5. The Fall - Lost In Music
6. New Order - Regret (New Order Mix)
7. James - Sometimes
8. Elastica - Pussycat
9. The Auteurs - Lenny Valentino (Original Mix)
10. Saint Etienne - Pale Movie (Lemonentry Mix)
11. Inspiral Carpets featuring Mark E. Smith - ‘I Want You'
12. Terrorvision - The Model
13. S*M*A*S*H - Barrabas (Piloted)
14. Shed Seven - Dolphin
15. Catatonia - Whale
16. Echobelly - Today, Tomorrow, Sometime, Never (Live, Wetlands, New York)
17. Gene - Be My Light, Be My Guide
18. Manic Street Preachers - The Drowners (Live)
1. Primal Scream - Jailbird (Dust Brothers Remix)
2. Paul Weller vs. Portishead - Wild Wood (Sheared Wood Remix)
3. Radiohead - Planet Telex (Hexidecimal Mix)
4. The Cardigans - The Boys Are Back In Town
5. Menswear - I'll Manage Somehow (Original Single Mix)
6. Powder - 20th Century Gods
7. The Lightning Seeds - Lucifer Sam
8. Pulp - Razzmatazz (Acoustic Version)
9. Duffy - London Girls
11. Heavy Stereo ‘Sleep Freak'
12. Supergrass - Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
13. Feeder - Rush (Live)
15. Northern Uproar - Rollercoaster
16. The Wannadies - Lee Remick
17. Kula Shaker - Tattva (Lucky 13 Mix)
1. Marion - Let's All Go Together (Slide Mix)
2. Dodgy - Grateful Moon
3. Ride - Black Nite Crash
4. Fluffy - Husband
5. Lush - Ciao!
6. Electrafixion - Sister Pain (Acoustic)
7. Out Of My Hair - Safe Boy
8. Spacehog - In The Meantime
9. Space - Neighbourhood
10. Whipping Boy - Fiction (Live – The Furnace In Dublin)
11. Plastic Fantastic - Complimentary Electron
12. Longpigs - On And On
13. Dubstar - Elevator Song
14. Jocasta - The Land Of Do As You Please
15. Sleeper - Atomic
16. Ash - Does Your Mother Know
17. Ocean Colour Scene - Travellers Tune (Original Version)
18. The Supernaturals - Smile
1. Super Furry Animals - Something For The Weekend (Rockfield Version)
2. Silver Sun - There Will Never Be Another Me
3. The Boo Radleys - What's In The Box (See Whatcha Got)
4. The Bluetones - Marblehead Johnson
5. The Charlatans - The Two Of Us
6. Me Me Me - Hanging Around
7. Shampoo - Cars
8. Babybird - You're Gorgeous Too
9. Salad - I Want You
10. Bis - Wee Love
11. Kenickie - In Your Car
12. Speedy - Boy Wonder
13. Reef - Yer Old (Young Version)
14. Electronic - All That I Need
15. 60Ft Dolls - Pretty Horses
16. These Animal Men - Wichita Lineman
17. The Aloof - One Night Stand (7” Version)
18. Oasis - Champagne Supernova (Brendan Lynch Mix)

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