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At the beginning of the Nineties something happened in Britain and it was great. The eighties had been crap - the crap politics and crap music. And then in 1990, something changed!By the time the mid-nineties came around, British culture rocked! Music, art, fashion and film, if it was British, then it was cool. Even a bright new Labour government joined in the "cool Britannia" phenomenon.Oasis' debut album was typical of the mood. It was a classic, swaggering, epic celebration of living for the moment. Along with Pulp and Blur, Oasis kick-started an upsurge in proudly British musical talent, which would take the global music scene by storm - "Britpop" was born.Live Forever is a fascinating, laugh-out-loud, honest look at the rise and fall of the Britpop phenomenon. From the makers of the Academy Award winning One Day in September, and boasting never seen before interviews with an impressive list of contributors, Live Forever is hugely entertaining.Live Forever features outrageous banter from Liam and Noel Gallagher, 3D from Massive Attack, Jarvis Cocker, Damon Albarn, Damien Hirst and others.