I was very much on the edges of Britpop, at the age of about 14. I was a die-hard Nirvana fan, and then more into things like PJ Harvey and Bjork, but there were some really fun bands and I bought a lot of the singles mentioned. I bought Wonderwall, of course. I (obviously) liked a lot of the girlier bands such as Kenickie and Echobelly.
My boyfriend has a great theory about how you can gauge the strength of a musical era - by its minor, B-list bands rather than the big players. If you use this theory, it means that I was lucky enough to be in my early teens at a time when Echobelly were not even my favourite band. If they were around now, I would be all over them - they'd be the best thing on the scene. There were loads of great throwaway bands in the mid-90s: Supergrass, Sleeper, Lush, Garbage, Elastica. Um, Menswear?
This documentary is a bit overblown and hyperbolic, but that's quite fitting, and I really enjoyed it. Worth a watch.