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Graham Coxon
The End Of The F***ing World (Original Songs and Score)

The End Of The F***ing World (Original Songs and Score) by Graham Coxon marks the Blur guitarist’s first foray into the world of soundtracks. Graham was inspired by the Channel 4/Netflix production’s dark comedy and found himself working at uncharacteristically fast pace with the final tracks selecte...view item »

The Great Escape

For their fourth outing, 1995's "The Great Escape," Blur wonderfully combine the successes of their previous two albums, "Modern Life is Rubbish" and "Parklife." This album is not so much a sequal to "Parklife" as a dark mirror of it. The tales of Londoners found in "Parklife" have been replaced by the twisted secret lives of suburban dwellers h...view item »

Modern Life Is Rubbish

Modern Life Is Rubbish announced Blur as a serious proposition. They carved out an identity, both musically and image-wise for themselves that moved away from the indie-by-numbers of their debut album, Leisure. It earned them comparisons of great Englishness previously characterised by The Kinks and Smal...view item »


My favourite albums tend to be the ones where a successful band leaves behind their signature sound and ventures into new realms that you wouldn't have expected them to and this is no exception. That's not to say that Blur were always the indie pop meets music hall of 'Parklife' and 'The Great Escape', there was definitely evidence of them wanti...view item »

Think Tank

And to think, I almost dismissed this album. Heck, this being my second Blur album (yes, I'm so far behind the times, I can barely see straight), I was ready to dismiss them altogether. On first listen, "Ambulance" sounded dissonant and illogically-rooted, with no discernible melody whatsoever. "Crazy Beat" was a bland attempt at gettin' some ro...view item »


Blur's debut back in 1991 brought along a blend of psychedelic rock and heavy guitars not too far from the sound of The Stone Roses or The Smiths. Though not too welcome by critics, as being too much like shoegazing (a musical trend that was on its way out), in recording "Leisure", along with Charlatan's U.K. and a handful of other bands, they l...view item »

The Magic Whip

It’s not exactly the standard way of making a comeback album. Blur had a couple of cancellations on their recent world tour jaunt so decided rather than sit around in hotel rooms they’d go to the studio and record some tracks. Coxon got bored in January and finished it off then Albarn dusted down the cockney vowels and sang all over ...view item »


Clever pop tunes and dry quips from the English quartets' Parklife create an entertaining milieu of musicianship that will certainly induce delightful head bobbing and toe tapping. Although I believe Blur's self-titled record is much more heartfelt and poignant, Parklife makes up for the lack of sincerity with undeniably catchy pop tunes. For a ...view item »

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