before "Britpop", British indie music had a golden era that saw the likes of Pop Will Eat Itself, Ned's Atomic
Dustbin, EMF, Jesus Jones and of course, perhaps the biggest band of the era - The Wonder Stuff. With a sound that mixed post-punk
guitars, psychedelia, pop-rock and folk they were the perfect alternative band in a time of Stock Aitken and Waterman. Armed
with killer, catchy tunes and sneering lyrics The Stuffies were to go from indie darlings to headlining the Reading festival
and enjoying hit success with "Welcome To The Cheap Seats", "Size Of A Cow" and their number one collaboration
with Vic Reeves, "Dizzy".