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Doug Brod: “They take the best bits of Oasis and the best bits of Blur and mash them all together into a great neo-Britpop sound. That sound never really caught on here: when Oasis became big, they transcended the Britpop idea. But I think people have nostalgia for that 1994 sound. Brother could very well become big here.”

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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.