I think so, since the band name "blur 布勒" on the album cover is also in Chinese.
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I also have a Korean (I think) version of the Think Tank CD with 7 extra tracks :shock: :shock: : 14 One Love 15 Riders 16 Sorry Seems To be the Hardest Work (with Elton John) 17 Right Here Waiting 18 All Rise 19 Girl I'll Never Understand 20 Best In Me Yup - this is the extremely rare and little k...
That interview is almost identical to a lot of previous ones: living in LA, doing soundtracks, having a lot of solo stuff including an album from A+E era to be released, blabla. He's been talking about releasing new solo material since the end of 2017 though. And he's not really "spending a lot of t...
- 18 Jan 2020, 11:59
- Forum: Buy, Sell & Swap
- Topic: for sale: Graham Coxon signature Fender Telecaster
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Oh my, I always dream to have one. Would love to have it, and I'm even in the Netherlands right now, but it's still beyond what I can afford as a poor student... Hope it ends up in really good hands!
If only TGE could have sounded more like the punkiness of the Dublin Castle gig of 95, but in saying that we had the self titled 2 years later. I can't be too gready. Wait, there's a recording of Dublin Castle 1995? I don't know if there's a full show as I never heard it. I purchased a bootleg CD a...
I don't remember much about this gig either although I found out about it (and got tickets) because Dave Rowntree posted about it on alt.music.blur! I'd been online about a year and getting inside information on the internet was extremely exciting! That's so cool! Ahh the early days of the internet.
Hi, for my first post here I just wanted to share these terrible-quality photos, but I can safely say they haven't been seen before. I just found them in a box in my loft - I took them at Oscar's in Clacton in 1995. I obviously sneaked in a camera which I rarely did to gigs back then. I remember th...
- 28 Nov 2019, 13:31
- Forum: Blur
- Topic: new Gorillaz film - Reject False Icons
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Happy for you, Alex! They won't show it in Poland so I'm not in the best mood honestly. It's 27 countries only, much less then Depeche Mode film. They won't do even one screening in South America where Gorillaz fandom is really huge, I just don't understand that. And why does it have to be one nigh...
The Right Profile never reminded me of Parklife or Two States though, it doesn't have that swingy bouncy feeling to it. By the way I'm not trying to blame "the soundtrack of britpop" on Pavement lol, I simply put Slanted and Enchanted on and thought I heard something else for a moment 😂 Just thought...
- 19 Nov 2019, 19:20
- Forum: Blur
- Topic: "The End of the F***ing World" - full soundtrack album
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Yeah it's really different when it gets to the chorus, but the rhythm pattern sounds pretty similar to me. When did Graham become a Pavement fan? Two States was released in 1992.