The Verve: This Is Music - The Singles 92-98 Trailer

The Verve: This Is Music - The Singles 92-98 Trailer (2004)

14 December 2004 Music 75 mins

Along with their contemporaries Blur and Oasis, The Verve has been one of the most influential bands ever to come out of the United Kingdom. Their graceful incorporation of nearly all musical genres--everything from classical, jazz, and trance--established their sound as something truly masterful and innovative. This collection of 14 hits from 1992-1998 features the inspirational anthem, "Bittersweet Symphony," whose opening strings are one of the most familiar orchestral pop arrangements of that era.

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Cast

Richard Ashcroft

as Lead Vocals

Nick McCabe

as Lead Guitar

Simon Jones

as Bass Guitar

Simon Tong

as Guitar / Keyboards

International Releases Dates

United States 14 December 2004

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