to the most comprehensive independent Blur discography online. This
discography tries to list every Blur and related release
known to man. After nearly 20 years of researching, this job
is not quite yet finished.
Various trusted online
music shops such as eil.com have been very helpful in collecting
info on the releases. Also, many brilliant late Blur
fan sites such as BlurPoint and The Blurry Site have been
great information sources.
If you have acquired any releases or cover artwork not found on this
site, please contact
- The core discography
only lists releases that are officially released by
Blur's record label such as Warner Music, EMI and Virgin Records.
You can find unofficial releases (for example, unauthorised live recordings
and bootleg remixes) on the Bootlegs section.
- The approximate record values
have been taken from the July 2012 issue
Record Collector and
Blur Rare Record & CD Price Guide
by Kenneth Drury (the old edition from 2006 is used,
because the last update from 2009 has inexplicable drops in prices). Gorillaz' record
values have been taken from the August 2010 issue of
- Some releases
manufactured in different territories may have identical
catalogue numbers. This is normal with Warner Music and EMI releases.
What is not included?
- Test pressings and Acetates unless they've been given away as
promos and also include exclusive track(s).
- CD-R promos unless they're
the only official promos for the release in that
region or have a
very unique feature.
- Compilation albums
that feature contribution tracks. For example, if Kano's "Feel Free (feat.
Damon)" is included on Now That's What I Call Music
XX, it is not listed on Damon's Compilation/Other
Appearances. This does not concern the live versions
Covers or mash-up tracks, with the exception of a few remarkable releases such as Pianoman's "Blurred",
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's
"The Universal" and Rockabye Baby!'s Lullaby
Renditions of Blur.
Please note that the songs listed in the
Karaoke section may
naturally be cover versions. :-)