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This Is A Low - Blur - Parklife (Cassette, Album)

6 thoughts on “ This Is A Low - Blur - Parklife (Cassette, Album)

  1. A quasi-concept album about Britain and its Americanisation, Parklife is the peak of Blur, coming as the second part of their Britpop trilogy, after the poorly received (commercially at least) Modern Life Is Rubbish and before the decent The Great Escape/5(99).
  2. Blur's debut album Leisure () incorporated the sounds of Madchester and Shoegazing and spawned their first UK Top 10 single, There's No Other Way. Following a stylistic change in (influenced by English guitar groups such as The Kinks, The Beatles, The Animals and XTC) Blur released " Popscene " as a stand alone single, this was a.
  3. Girls & Boys submit Tracy Jacks submit End of a Century submit Parklife submit Badhead submit The Debt Collector submit Far Out submit To the End submit London Loves submit Trouble in the Message Centre submit Clover Over Dover submit Magic America submit Jubilee submit This is a Low .
  4. Unlike, to name a few, Oasis, Suede, The Smiths and Kenickie, Blur aren’t often mentioned as a band whose b-sides are as good (or even better) than their album tracks. Part of the blame can be laid with the band themselves; they’ve tossed a fair few near-turds, remixes, live-recordings and inconcequential instrumentals onto their singles.
  5. Suede's ultrarivals Blur are a sunnier lot. And for Suede's wondrous moody drone, this crew exchanges crazed stylistic variety. Songs echoing '80s synth pop ("Girls and Boys"), Ray Davies ("Tracy Jacks") as well as the Walker Brothers and even music-hall sing-alongs make Parklife a carny ride through the theme park of classic Brit pop.
  6. Label: Food - FOODCD 10,Food - 8 2 1 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Brit Pop Blur - Parklife (CD) | Discogs Explore/5(41).

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