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Fifth studio album by the English rock band Blur, released on 10 February 1997 by Food Records. Wikipedia

  • Blur (band)

    English rock band. Formed in London in 1988, the group consists of singer Damon Albarn, guitarist Graham Coxon, bassist Alex James and drummer Dave Rowntree. Wikipedia

  • Parklife

    Third studio album by the English rock band Blur, released on 25 April 1994 on Food Records. After disappointing sales for their previous album Modern Life Is Rubbish (1993), Parklife returned Blur to prominence in the UK, helped by its four hit singles: "Girls & Boys", "End of a Century", "Parklife" and "To the End". Wikipedia

  • Blur discography

    The discography of English Britpop band Blur consists of eight studio albums, five live albums, five compilation albums, one remix album, two video albums, four extended plays, thirty-four singles, ten promotional singles and thirty-seven music videos. Formed in London in 1988, the group consists of singer/keyboardist Damon Albarn, guitarist/singer Graham Coxon, bassist Alex James and drummer Dave Rowntree. Wikipedia

  • 13 (Blur album)

    Sixth studio album by English alternative rock band Blur, released on 15 March 1999. Continuing the stylistic shift away from the Britpop sound of the band's early career, 13 explores experimental, psychedelic and electronic music. Wikipedia

  • The Great Escape (Blur album)

    Fourth studio album by the English rock band Blur. Released on 11 September 1995 on Food and Virgin Records. Wikipedia

  • Modern Life Is Rubbish

    Second studio album by the English alternative rock band Blur, released in May 1993. Although their debut album Leisure (1991) had been commercially successful, Blur faced a severe media backlash soon after its release, and fell out of public favour. Wikipedia

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    • The result was Blur, the band's fifth studio album, released in February 1997.Blur (band)-Wikipedia
    • The result was Blur, the band's fifth studio album, released in February 1997.Damon Albarn-Wikipedia
    • At the same time, Blur sought to distance themselves from Britpop with their self-titled fifth album, assimilating American lo-fi influences such as Pavement.Britpop-Wikipedia
    • Although not released under the Gorillaz name, Albarn has said that "one of the first ever Gorillaz tunes" was Blur's 1997 single "On Your Own", which was released for their fifth studio album Blur.Gorillaz-Wikipedia
    • Blur's self-titled fifth album (1997) saw another stylistic shift, influenced by the lo-fi styles of American indie rock groups, and became their third UK chart-topping album.Blur (band)-Wikipedia
    • It is the second song on Blur's self-titled album, as well as Blur: The Best Of, and was the second single released from the former album.Song 2-Wikipedia

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