A happy accident and the commitment of Graham Coxon led to ‘The Magic Whip’ being released as Blur’s reunion album.
Blur ‘found a sound to match their name’ with ‘13’, an album that took an expansive journey across precarious emotional terrain.
Proving there was life after Britpop, Blur’s self-titled album defied all expectations of what the band were capable of.
The Blur vs Oasis battle became one of pop music’s greatest ever skirmishes. But who won the “Battle Of Britpop”?
Establishing Blur’s identity, the ‘Modern Life Is Rubbish’ album become one of the most influential British albums of the 90s.
Despite a depleted line-up and band tensions, 2003’s ‘Think Tank’ featured some of Blur’s most daring and beautiful music.
Released in 1994, Blur’s third album, ‘Parklife’, captured the zeitgeist and saved their career in the process.
From arch noise-pop to heartbroken ballads, the best Blur songs show rich and varied the band were over a hugely successful career.
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