Mansun were much-loved by a barmy few in the mid-90s, and back when record companies had more money than sense, they memorably chucked away £25,000 at Liverpool Street Station to promote single ‘Taxloss’. Imagine the boilersuits you could buy with that now. Their remaining rabid fans still hold out hope for reformation, but singer Paul Draper says ‘no’ about once every Tuesday.

情報源: 50 Forgotten ’90s Bands Who Prove ’90s Indie Wasn’t Just About Oasis And Blur | NME.COM



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