It has been two decades since the colossal success of the pop band The Verve’s era-defining Urban Hymns, and it remains one of the biggest selling British albums of all time. It was released by HUT Records on 29 September 1997, and featured hits, The Drugs Don’t Work, Lucky Man, and Bittersweet Symphony – the song that won the band...
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