The discography of English alternative rock band Blur consists of eight studio albums, five live albums, five compilation albums, one remix album, two video albums, four extended plays, twenty-nine singles, eight promotional singles and thirty 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.
Blur is the eponymous fifth studio album by the English rock band of the same name, released on 10 February 1997 by Food Records. Blur had previously been broadly critical of American popular culture and their previous albums had become associated with the Britpop movement, particularly Parklife, which had helped them become one of Britain's leading pop acts. After their previous album, The Great Escape, the band faced media backlash and relationships between the members became strained.
April 1994 - Blur launch Parklife with an evening at the Walthamstow dog track. Journalists get to hear the full album and it is hailed as a classic. Also that night there is a special Parklife race, which ends in disaster - one dog becomes caught in the traps and cannot run, the hare becomes derailed and one dog stumbles and the rest turn on it savagely. September 1994 - The "Parklife" single is released, along with an award-winning video. The album is still in the Top 20 album charts and remains there for over a year. Blur miss out on the Mercury Music Prize, losing out to M People. October 1994 - Blur headline a prestigious gig at London's Alexandra Palace. The event is captured for posterity in the video Showtime.
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Parklife is Blur’s bestselling studio album, with just over a million copies sold. It won the BRIT Award for Best British Album in 1995 and was the first of four consecutive chart-topping albums for the band, with The Great Escape (1995), Blur (1997) and 13 (1999) completing the quartet. A further Number 1 album came with 2003’s Think Tank – their most recent studio album and the only one without guitarist Graham Coxon, who’d quit the year before. The members of Blur have gone on to success outside the band
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NotesLive Bootleg From Blur Recorded At The Shepherds Bush Empire, May 26th 1994. The sound is really poor. Certainly recorded with a little tape recorder
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