Mansun’s Six: Paul Draper’s track-by-track breakdown on the greatest Britpop album you never heard

Digital Spy

Indie four-piece Mansun burst on to the Britpop scene in 1996 with their student disco smash ‘Wide Open Space’, but while Blur and Oasis continued to party up the charts, these Chester chaps got wrecked reading Winnie the Pooh and listening to Pink Floyd, ending up with Six, the greatest Brit-prog record that very few people have actually heard.

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Published by Mayer Nissim

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