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Old 04-01-2014, 12:30
Eraserhead
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i was thinking along the same lines but strictly speaking they weren't on an indie label. and i bet that will be the same for a lot of albums people will name on this thread as come the 90s most indie labels were bought out or labels people think of as indie were owned by majors

but putting that side i'd pick urban hymns over definitely maybe, but i'd pick that if the album had to be on a real indie label
Technically, neither Urban Hymns nor Definitely Maybe were on real indie labels. The Verve were on Hut, which is a subsidiary of Virgin, and Oasis were on Creation which had gone into a 50:50 partnership with Sony in 1992.
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