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  1. Stars were a short-lived British supergroup that played a small number of live concerts in Cambridge in February 1972. Its members were Syd Barrett on guitar, Twink on drums, and Jack Monck on bass.

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  2. 13 de fev. de 2024 · Forget the Sex Pistols, The Clash is the greatest punk band the UK has ever produced. 8. The Cure. Robert Smith’s The Cure is one of the most iconic British bands of the 1980s and 1990s, and ...

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  3. 2. Led Zeppelin. Soundtrack | The Song Remains the Same. Led Zeppelin are a popular British band best known for their iconic "Stairway to Heaven" as well as for co-creating the music genre of heavy metal. Since their nine albums were recorded between 1968 and 1979, Led Zeppelin has been one of the most popular bands of all time, having sold ...

  4. 6 de dez. de 2023 · Pulp. Oasis. The Kinks. The Cure. Queen. 1. The Rolling Stones. Don’t come for me – but I spent a long night awake, cold sweat and all, debating who to grant the number one spot of best british rock band of all time. And in a flash of inspiration, I settled on it: it has to be The Stones.

  5. 13 de mar. de 2024 · 2. Queen. Alongside The Beatles, Queen is likely one of the most influential and well-known British rock bands worldwide. The group began in 1970 and consisted of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon. With the help of Mercury’s unique vocals and songwriting talents, the group rose to fame, particularly during the ’70s ...

  6. 4 de mar. de 2024 · Although the Smiths burned bright and faded fast, they made a permanent imprint on the British rock scene, paving the way for groups like Oasis and solo careers for the band’s members, notably Morrisey. 2. The Cure. West Sussex band The Cure wasn’t created in the 1980s, but they helped define it.

  7. The following is a list of Britpop musicians. While definitions may vary, artists labelled as Britpop were typically guitar-based bands that emerged from the British music scene, were popular in the 1990s, and focused more on melody than other contemporary genres such as grunge. [1]