The Quietus | Reviews | Attack Of The Grey Lantern Mansun

It’s no great shock when great bands fail to live long in the memory once they’ve passed, but when one of those fallen by the retrospective wayside possessed a career that boasted a number one album, as well as two others in the top twenty (at a time when the charts just about still meant something,) and numerous festival headlining slots, the decision by successive tastemakers to wipe them from the annals of fond recollection takes some explaining. Consider the case of Mansun, four then-young chaps from Chester who formed at the height of Britpop’s champagne supernova years in 1995.

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