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Rock - Verschenen op 27 november 2020 | Supergrass Records

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Before the planet was put under double lockdown, there was... live music! To immerse yourself in this Live on Other Planets is to enjoy a life-saving reminder that the mental and physical power of a good old concert will never be replaced by a live session on social networks, watched on a 10cm smartphone screen... Supergrass have always had a symbiotic relationship with the stage. For Gaz Coombes's band, who are forever fine-tuning their studio albums, and for their audiences, concerts are an experience in their own right. After officially cashing out at the end of a legendary concert at La Cigale in Paris on 11 June 2010, Supergrass returned to the stage in 2019 for a global reunion tour which was interrupted in spring 2020 by the virus. With its crisp sound and magnificent performances, Live on other Planets goes beyond the mere "live album", to remind those who have forgotten that amidst the Britpop tsunami that shook the 1990's, Supergrass was a true marvel. More melodic than Blur, more restless than Oasis, and more eclectic than Pulp, this group started out with punk-infused pop, before making its rock more sophisticated by rounding it out with increasingly diverse influences like glam rock, funk, psychedelic pop or Sixties rock... But the real magic was that for all that Supergrass loved the Stones, the Beatles, Bowie, the Kinks, the Who and the Jam, they still sounded like Supergrass. Finally, this 2020 live recording also showcases the talent of the impressive melodist Gaz Coombes: scrolling through his hits like Caught by the Fuzz, Moving, Grace, Alright, Pumping on Your Stereo or Late in the Day. A class live act. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 15 mei 1995 | Echo

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Rock - Verschenen op 24 januari 2020 | Echo

A quarter of a century after their stupendous debut with the masterpiece I Should Coco, Supergrass remind us that they were oddballs of the 90s Britpop scene. The trio, which later would later become a quartet, have nothing to envy of Oasis, Blur or Pulp. They’re more like the distant and mouthy cousins of The Who… With The Strange Ones, Gaz Coombes’ band touches on its entire career through thirty tracks, from hit singles, explosive live performances, B sides and unreleased songs. This compilation is in fact the ‘lite’ version of an XXL box set (counting over 200 tracks!), published in CD and vinyl and not digitally. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 13 juni 2005 | Echo

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Rock - Verschenen op 21 april 1997 | Echo

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Rock - Verschenen op 30 september 2002 | Echo

Supergrass makes music so effervescent and so effortlessly joyous that it's easy to take them and their skills for granted. Surely that was the case around the release of their third album, 1999's eponymous effort, which in its labored fun and weary ballads illustrated just how much hard work it was to craft records as brilliant as I Should Coco and In It for the Money. It suggested the group might have burned too bright and flamed out, but, happily, 2002's Life on Other Planets is a smashing return to form, an album giddy with the sheer pleasure of making music. What makes this all the more impressive is that this is the record that Supergrass attempted to be -- a perfect balance of the sensibility and humor of I Should Coco with the musicality and casual virtuosity of In It for the Money. Where that album felt labored and a little weary, Life on Other Planets is teeming with life. The tempos are sprightly, the hooks tumble out of the speakers, the band mixes up styles and eras, and they never, ever forget the jokes (Gaz's fleeting Elvis impression on "Seen the Light," an allusion to Spinal Tap's "All the Way Home," or the chorus of "Evening of the Day"). Sure, it's possible to spot the influence all the way through the album -- most clearly T. Rex on "Seen the Light" and "Brecon Beacons," where Gaz's warble is uncannily like Marc Bolan's -- but it never sounds exactly like their inspirations -- it all sounds like Supergrass. And Supergrass hasn't offered such pure, unabashed pop pleasure since their debut; there hasn't been an album that's this much fun in a long time. Since they've been away for a while and have never broken in the States, Supergrass has been curiously overlooked, even though they're better than 99 percent of the power pop and punk-pop bands out there (plus, their everything-old-is-new-again aesthetic can be heard in such albums as the Strokes' Is This It?). But, as this glorious record proves, there are few bands around these days who are as flat-out enjoyable as this trio. The world is a better place for having Supergrass in it. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 21 april 1997 | Echo

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Rock - Verschenen op 24 maart 2008 | Echo

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Pop - Verschenen op 21 april 1997 | Echo

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Rock - Verschenen op 21 oktober 2005 | Echo