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- 18 Sep 2019, 05:49
- Forum: Blur
- Topic: time for a blur career spanning best of...
- Replies: 12
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yes there are better, but as i said the novelty of it would be that they would be on vinyl for the first time just a best of the bsides would be something like this: A: Fried, I Know, Explain, Inertia, Luminous, Popscene, Bone Bag B: Mace, Es Schmecht, Young And Lovely, Anniversary Waltz, Threadnee...
- 18 Sep 2019, 05:46
- Forum: Blur
- Topic: Favorite album for each individual member's input.
- Replies: 4
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Damon: A tough one... I'd say The Great Escape. Underrated but the songwriting in general, and the lyrics as well, superb. Vocally though I prefer him from 13 onwards. Graham: The Self-titled. "You're so Great" is a gem of a song Alex: Leisure. I think this is always the most underrated album, even ...
Wow, time flies. It's my favourite Graham album and one of my fav Blur-related albums as well. Was pleasantly surprised how good it was, as I wasn't a huge fan of his solo work before. I love every song and Ribbons and Leaves is an amazing closer
The lyrics other than Sing are just so empty. Even There's no other way, I mean what the hell is it about lyrically? Mr Briggs actually is one of my favourite Blur lyric. Wear Me Down, Come Together, Fool, even Bang isn't too bad. Not too far off from songs like Blue Jeans, Oily Water, Resigned on ...
https://audioboom.com/posts/7083047-episode-7-blur-exclusive exclusive interview with Dave Rowntree as we hit rewind on the career of Blur. Find out more about the band’s formative years, how they survived the Britpop wars with Oasis and the inside story of their 2015 comeback album The Magic Whip. ...
I love it! So much! Damon, when he sits down and writes a great song, there are few things better in the world. Love the production as well, it was the only letdown of the first album