Blur rarities

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Moritz
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Blur rarities

Post by Moritz » 20 Aug 2016, 22:13

I found some very strange stories about some "lost" Blur tracks. On of these is the jam "Death Metal" from the "13" sessions in 1998. The "Old Time's Sake" from the "The Sunday Sunday Popular Community Song CD" is also a very rare track. Some tracks like the "Sunday Sunday" b-sides ("Tell Me, Tell Me" , "Long Legged" , "Dizzy" , "Frid" etc.) are on Youtube, but not on Blur 21. They also didn't used "Colours" for the box set. Well, the "Bustin' + Dronin" wasn't remastered, too. But it's maybe because of the copyright of the work of the single remixers. But I'm curious why some of the stuff above was not or is not longer available. Does abybody know something or know if there is other stuff like this?

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Post by Forever Low Man » 21 Aug 2016, 01:24

"Old Time's Sake" was never released. still hasnt been. might not exist anymore............
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Post by Moritz » 19 Sep 2016, 18:47

Exist any records/tapes from the old "Circus" times? I found some tunes on YouTube, but it doesn't seems that they ever recorded more than 3/4 songs.

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Post by bugman » 19 Sep 2016, 19:40

Moritz wrote:Exist any records/tapes from the old "Circus" times? I found some tunes on YouTube, but it doesn't seems that they ever recorded more than 3/4 songs.
hippy children ? isn't it from circus ?

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Post by Now life is blur » 19 Sep 2016, 20:44

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