Graham Coxon interview: The 1990s were fraught (The i Paper)

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Graham Coxon interview: The 1990s were fraught (The i Paper)

Postby lumaka » 03 Apr 2018, 12:41

https://inews.co.uk/culture/graham-coxo ... oundtrack/

Graham talks about TEOTFW, the (no) future and the past of Blur, his unreleased solo album and more so I couldn't decide in which thread I should post this interview.
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Re: Graham Coxon interview: The 1990s were fraught (The i Pa

Postby stephen » 03 Apr 2018, 13:37

He seems in such a good place right now.
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Re: Graham Coxon interview: The 1990s were fraught (The i Pa

Postby aldamasta » 04 Apr 2018, 02:01

I love how open Graham is. I HATE that he has to question whether his solo work is good or not... almost all of his solo albums have soundtracked/gotten me through particular parts of my life. Hmm I should tweet that to him.

I am so excited to have this new album out... hoping so much that it will be this year! That would mean we get two Graham albums and two Damon albums in one year... what a year! The handful of new songs that he played at the Roundhouse back in 2014 were lovely, especially the song "Easy", so I'm desperately hoping those will make the album.
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Re: Graham Coxon interview: The 1990s were fraught (The i Pa

Postby lumaka » 04 Apr 2018, 12:02

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Re: Graham Coxon interview: The 1990s were fraught (The i Pa

Postby stephen » 04 Apr 2018, 13:18

And now its not true? I bet they get sick of the questions.

We all know how busy they are so I think it's fair to not expect anything out of the blur camp for a while.
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Re: Graham Coxon interview: The 1990s were fraught (The i Pa

Postby KingLouieLouie76 » 05 Apr 2018, 16:49

It's obviously similar to the inevitable question posed to the Beatles between '70-'80 (sometimes in varying forms after John Lennon's death).... But anyways...I remember when both Damon and Graham both once said that they will answer if Blur were to ever to record to them based on what mood they were in at that particular moment. Although I do feel the reality of them reuniting again (especially to record a new album) is rather dim at this time if I say so myself!
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Re: Graham Coxon interview: The 1990s were fraught (The i Pa

Postby ricj » 05 Apr 2018, 18:10

When do you think it gets too late for Blur to do something again? Personally I think they will do something again, obviously not for at least the next 2-3 years but there will come a point when they are too old. Just not sure when that'll be. I suppose they could just stop playing some of the more 'energetic' songs once they get too fragile!
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