The discography of Supergrass, an English alternative rock band, consists of six studio albums, three extended plays, two compilation albums, 26 singles and 24 music videos. They were formed in 1993 by Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn and Danny Goffey. Rising to prominence during the Britpop era in the mid-1990s with their single "Alright", they were joined by Rob Coombes in 2002 (keyboards) until their demise on 11 June 2010.
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Supergrass is the third album by the English alternative rock band Supergrass. It was released in the UK on 20 September 1999 and reached It is often referred to as "the X-ray album", due to the picture on the sleeve. In Australia a free CD was included with some live tracks. CD 5220562, TC 5220564, 12" 5220561, MD 5220569. Your Love" (3:27) This features a harpsichord in the outro. Beautiful People" (3:22). Shotover Hill" (3:43).
Supergrass was a British alternative rock band from Oxford. The band consisted of vocalist, guitarist Gaz Coombes, keyboardist Rob Coombes, bassist Mickey Quinn and drummer Danny Goffey. The sound of the band was audibly influenced by bands like The Jam and The Buzzcocks, but also madness and Slade. On 12 April 2010 the group announced that they disbanded. Musical and creative differences were the cause of the fracture. 4 farewell concerts were given.
Download the album or mp3, watch videos Supergrass. All video clips of all the songs are here. Download release in mp3. Imprint date.
|2||Caught By The Fuzz|
|3||Sitting Up Straight|
|4||I'd Like To Know|
|7||She's So Loose|
|8||Where Have All The Good Time Gone?|
|11||Caught By The Fuzz|
|14||If You Want To Stay Home|
|16||I'd Like To Know|
|20||Caught By The Fuzz|
NotesAll tracks were recorded live at the Glastonbury Festival, 23 June 1995, except:
1-2: Later... with Jools Holland, 04 June 1995.
3: The Evening Session, 12 April 1995.
14-17: Mark Radcliff Session, 15 August 1995.
18-20: MTV's Most Wanted, 11 July 1995.
21: B-sides of the first single.