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November 5, 2020



With all but one of their hits on Parlophone, in 94

‘Caught By The Fuzz’, at No.43, their first chart entry.

Followed in 95, by ‘Mansize Rooster’,

which climbed into the Top 20.


Also in 95, ‘Lose It’, on Sub Pop, made No.75,

and ‘Lenny’, back on Parlophone, had a Top 10 shout.

With ‘Alright’/’Time’, their last hit of 95 – a No.2,

and in 96, in the Top 5, was ‘Going Out’.


In 97, three more hits followed,

with ‘Richard 111’, claiming a Top 2 play.

Then ‘Sun Hits The Sky’, a Top 10,

and at No.18, came ‘Late In The Day’.


In 99, ‘Pumping On Your Stereo’, made No 11,

with ‘Moving’ at No.9, the next to arrive.

And ending 99, ‘Mary’ reached No.36,

and in 02,’Never Done Nothing Like That Before’, a No.75.


Also in 02, ‘Grace’ peaked at No.13,

and in 03, ‘Seen The Light’, rose to No.22.

In 04, ‘Kiss Of Life’ made No.23,

and in 05, ‘St Petersburg’, also a No.22.


Still in 05, reaching No.52, came ‘Low C’,

and in 08, ‘Bad Blood’ peaked at No.73.

Ending this run of chart hits,

for Supergrass, covering a fourteen year spree.


written by  Harriet Blackbury



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