Embrace – All You Good Good People (1997)

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I have already blogged excitement about how 1997 was a vintage year in UK rock music. The Good Will Out was the debut album by Embrace and its start is marked by the sound of an orchestra tuning. What follows is a symphony of a single – ‘All You Good Good People’ just oozes the confidence that Britpop had brought to these shores. Oasis certainly thought so – you can hear the song’s echo in Noel Gallagher’s ‘D’You Know What I Mean?’ off Be Here Now – an album that essentially posted the end of Britpop.

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