For music fans of a certain age, the Britpop era was a time when you nailed your colours to the mast and stuck fiercely to them: in the immortal words of Father Damo, 'Blur or Oasis'?
It may have been over twenty years ago, but many of the most famous songs of that era remain popular.
BBC Radio 2 conducted a countdown of the biggest-selling songs of the era, and the number one spot will come as no surprise.
Oasis's 'Wonderwall' has sold over 1.4 million copies - and the Manchester band's 'Don't Look Back in Anger' took the number two spot, too. In fact, Oasis were responsible for six of the ten best-selling songs of the Britpop era.
The Verve's 'Bittersweet Symphony' came in at number 3, while Blur's highest entry was 'Country House' at number 8.
Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley said: "This chart has taken me back to the glory days of the Evening Session and a time when Britpop ruled the airwaves. It’s hard to believe it’s been 25 years! Wonderwall has always been a special song to many people so I’m not surprised it’s at number one - it’s an enormous anthem. The whole chart has brought back so many memories of brilliant songs and bands from a very special time in British pop music.”
The chart was compiled via the Official Charts Company, taking both physical and digital sales of the songs into account since their release.
See the top 10 below:
1. Wonderwall - Oasis (1995)
2. Don’t Look Back In Anger - Oasis (1996)
3. Bitter Sweet Symphony - The Verve (1997)
4. D’You know What I Mean? - Oasis (1997)
5. Brimful Of Asha– Cornershop (1998)
6. The Drugs Don’t Work - The Verve (1997)
7. Whatever - Oasis (1994)
8. Country House - Blur (1995)
9. Roll with It - Oasis (1995)
10. Some Might Say - Oasis (1995)