The Independent is giving away an 'Indie Cool' CD with Saturday's paper.
a) Every track is licenced from the not noticeably run from a two-room flat Sony BMG.
b) It features the Senseless Things, Reef and Ned's Atomic Dustbin.
c) And not obvious Ned's Atomic Dustbin, but their last single from 1995.
d) Govinda, released 1996, "brought Kula Shaker to the forefront of the post-Britpop movement." Similarly, the first Klaxons single must have made them frontrunners in post-new rave.