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Blur  Song 2   buy on itunes
blur  Girls & Boys   buy on itunes
blur  She's So High   buy on itunes
Blur  Beetlebum   buy on itunes
blur  Tender   buy on itunes
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Blur  On Your Own   buy on itunes
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blur  On Your Own   buy on itunes
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Now that he’s known as the puppet master behind Gorillaz — the world’s first platinum-plated cartoon band — it’s easy to forget Damon Albarn’s other life as the highly influential frontman of Blur. Beginning in 1991 with Leisure (hear: the slow-burning balladry of “Sing” and the groove-locked chords of “There’s No Other Way”), the legendary Londoners challenged the very notion of Britpop with every album. Hit random on our Essentials set to hear what we mean, as midtempo melodies brush up against sudden bursts of feedback (“Coffee & TV”) and an entire decade is defined by everything from stuttering synths (“On Your Own”) to an ecstatic, cockney-spewing slice of spoken word about the band’s former home base, Colchester (“Parklife”).
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