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Blur

Initially, Blur were one of the multitude of British bands that appeared in the wake of the Stone Roses, mining the same swirling, pseudo-psychedelic guitar pop, only with louder guitars. Following an image makeover in the mid-'90s, the group emerged as the most popular band in the U.K., establishing itself as heir to the English guitar pop tradition of the Kinks, the Small Faces, the Who, the Jam, Madness, and the Smiths. In the process, the group broke down the doors for a new generation of guitar bands that became labeled as Brit-pop. With Damon Albarn's wry lyrics and the group's mastery of British pop tradition, Blur were the leader of Brit-pop, but they quickly became confined by the movement; since they were its biggest band, they nearly died when the movement itself died. Through some reinvention, Blur reclaimed their position as an art pop band in the late '90s by incorporating indie rock and lo-fi influences, which finally gave them their elusive American success in 1997. But the band's legacy remained in Britain, where they helped revitalize guitar pop by skillfully updating the country's pop traditions.

Originally called Seymour, the group was formed in London in 1989 by vocalist/keyboardist Albarn along with guitarist Graham Coxon and bassist Alex James, with drummer Dave Rowntree joining the lineup shortly afterward. After performing a handful of gigs and recording a demo tape, the band signed to Food Records, a subsidiary of EMI run by journalist Andy Ross and former Teardrop Explodes keyboardist Dave Balfe. Balfe and Ross suggested that the band change its name, submitting a list of alternate names for the group's approval. From that list, the group took the name Blur.

"She's So High," the group's first single, made it into the Top 50 while the follow-up, "There's No Other Way," went Top Ten. Both singles were included on their 1991 Stephen Street-produced debut album, Leisure. Although it received favorable reviews, the album fit neatly into the dying Manchester pop scene, causing some journalists to dismiss the band as manufactured teen idols. For the next two years, Blur struggled to distance themselves from the scene associated with the sound of their first album.

Released in 1992, the snarling "Pop Scene" was Blur's first attempt at changing their musical direction. A brash, spiteful rocker driven by horns, the neo-mod single was punkier than anything the band had previously recorded and its hooks were more immediate and catchy. Despite Blur's clear artistic growth, "Pop Scene" didn't fit into the climate of British pop and American grunge in 1992 and failed to make an impression on the U.K. charts. Following the single's commercial failure, the group began work on its second album, Modern Life Is Rubbish, a process that would take nearly a year and a half.

XTC's Andy Partridge was originally slated to produce Modern Life Is Rubbish, but the relationship between Blur and Partridge quickly soured, so Street was again brought in to produce the band. After spending nearly a year in the studio, the band delivered the album to Food. The record company rejected it, declaring that it needed a hit single. Blur went back into the studio and recorded Albarn's "For Tomorrow," which would turn out to be a British hit. Food was ready to release the record, but the group's U.S. record company, SBK, believed there was no American hit single on the record and asked them to return to the studio. Blur complied and recorded "Chemical World," which pleased SBK for a short while; the song would become a minor alternative hit in the U.S. and charted at number 28 in the U.K. Modern Life Is Rubbish was set for release in the spring of 1993 when SBK asked Blur to re-record the album with producer Butch Vig (Nirvana, Sonic Youth). The band refused and the record was released in May in Britain; it appeared in the United States that fall. Modern Life Is Rubbish received good reviews in Britain, peaking at number 15 on the charts, yet it failed to make much of an impression in the U.S.

Modern Life Is Rubbish turned out to be a dry run for Blur's breakthrough album, Parklife. Released in April 1994, Parklife entered the charts at number one and catapulted the band to stardom in Britain. The stylized new wave dance-pop single "Girls and Boys" entered the charts at number five; the single managed to spend 15 weeks on the U.S. charts, peaking at number 52, but the album never cracked the charts. It was a completely different story in England, as Blur had a string of hit singles, including the ballad "To the End" and the mod anthem "Parklife," which featured narration by Phil Daniels, the star of the film version of the Who's Quadrophenia.

With the success of Parklife, Blur opened the door for a flood of British indie guitar bands that dominated British pop culture in the mid-'90s. Oasis, Elastica, Pulp, the Boo Radleys, Supergrass, Gene, Echobelly, Menswear, and numerous other bands all benefited from the band's success. By the beginning of 1995, Parklife had gone triple platinum and Blur had become superstars. The group spent the first half of 1995 recording its fourth album and playing various one-off concerts, including a sold-out stadium show. Blur released "Country House," the first single from their new album, in August amidst a flurry of media attention because Albarn had the single's release moved up a week to compete with the release of "Roll with It," a new single from Blur's chief rival, Oasis. The strategy backfired. Although Blur won the battle, with "Country House" becoming the group's first number one single, they ultimately lost the war, as Oasis became Britain's biggest band with their second album, (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, completely overshadowing the follow-up to Parklife, The Great Escape. While The Great Escape entered the U.K. charts at number one and earned overwhelmingly positive reviews, it sold in smaller numbers, and by the beginning of 1996, Blur were seen as has-beens, especially since they once again failed to break the American market, where Oasis had been particularly successful.

In the face of negative press and weak public support, Blur nearly broke up in early 1996, but they instead decided to spend the entire year out of the spotlight. By the end of the year, Albarn was declaring that he was no longer interested in British music and was fascinated with American indie rock, a genre that Graham Coxon had been supporting for years. These influences manifested themselves on Blur's fifth album, Blur, which was released in February of 1997 to generally positive reviews. The band's reinvention wasn't greeted warmly in the U.K. -- the album and its first single, "Beetlebum," debuted at number one and quickly fell down the charts -- as Blur's mass audience didn't completely accept their new incarnation. However, the band's revamped sound earned them an audience in the U.S., where Blur received strong reviews and became a moderate hit, thanks largely to the popularity of the single "Song 2." The success in America eventually seeped over to Britain, and by the spring, the album had bounced back up the charts. 13 followed in 1999.

Albarn stepped out with the hip-hop/pop cartoon group Gorillaz in 2000, a collaboration with artist Jamie Hewlett that soon eclipsed the popularity of Blur internationally. Coxon departed during the recording of Blur's next album, with Albarn stepping in on guitar. One last album, Think Tank, appeared in 2003 but the bandmembers went their separate ways after its release, with Albarn turning toward Gorillaz and other creative projects. Blur wound up reuniting for a tour of the U.K. in 2009, preceded by the career retrospective Midlife.

From there, Blur pursued a halting reunion. They played a number of high-profile gigs in 2009, including headlining Glastonbury, then in 2010 a documentary of the band's history called No Distance Left to Run appeared. Along with it came "Fool's Day," a limited-edition single timed to coincide with 2010's Record Store Day. 2011 turned out to be quiet, but 2012 was a bustling year for Blur, with the band delving deep into their past for the exhaustive box set Blur 21, which contained double-disc reissues of all of their seven studio albums plus four discs of unreleased material and three DVDs. Along with this box came "Under the Westway/The Puritan," a single to support the box and the group's headlining spot at the closing Olympic ceremonies in August 2012. That concert at Hyde Park was released digitally the following week as Parklive; it later came out as a physical release that year.

Blur continued to play shows into 2013; one of these included a gig in Hong Kong that was cancelled. The band used the downtime to record a bunch of material that lay unused until Coxon started working with producer Stephen Street to turn them into completed tracks in November of 2014. Soon, a full album came into shape. Blur announced the release of this record, now entitled The Magic Whip, for April of 2015. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: The Magic Whip

1. Lonesome Street

2. New World Towers

3. Go Out

4. Ice Cream Man

5. Thought I Was A Spaceman

6. I Broadcast

7. My Terracotta Heart

9. Ghost Ship

10. Pyongyang

11. Ong Ong

12. Mirrorball

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Track List: Parklive (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 4
Disc 5
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Track List: Blur 21: The Box

Disc 1

1. She's So High

2. Bang

3. Slow Down

4. Repetition

5. Bad Day

6. Sing

7. There's No Other Way

8. Fool

9. Come Together

10. High Cool

11. Birthday

12. Wear Me Down

Disc 2

1. I Know (Extended Mix)

2. Down

3. There's No Other Way (Extended Version)

4. Inertia

5. Mr. Briggs

6. I'm All Over

7. Won't Do It

8. Day Upon Day (Live)

9. There's No Other Way (Blur Remix)

10. Bang (Extended Version)

11. Explain

12. Luminous

13. Berserk

14. Uncle Love

16. Close

Disc 3

1. For Tomorrow

2. Advert

3. Colin Zeal

4. Pressure On Julian

5. Star Shaped

6. Blue Jeans

7. Chemical World

8. Sunday Sunday

9. Oily Water

10. Miss America

11. Villa Rosie

12. Coping

13. Turn It Up

Disc 4

1. Popscene

2. Mace

3. Badgeman Brown

4. I'm Fine

5. Garden Central

6. For Tomorrow (Visit To Primrose Hill Extended)

7. Into Another

8. Peach

9. Bone Bag

10. Hanging Over

11. When The Cows Come Home

12. Beachcoma

13. Chemical World (Reworked)

14. Es Schmecht

15. Young And Lovely

16. Maggie May

17. My Ark

18. Daisy Bell (A Bicycle Made For Two)

19. Let's All Go Down The Strand

Disc 5

1. Girls & Boys

2. Tracy Jacks

3. End Of A Century

4. Parklife

5. Bank Holiday

6. Badhead

7. The Debt Collector

8. Far Out

9. To The End

10. London Loves

11. Trouble In The Message Centre

12. Clover Over Dover

13. Magic America

14. Jubilee

15. This Is A Low

16. Lot 105

Disc 6

1. Magpie

2. Anniversary Waltz

3. People In Europe

4. Peter Panic

5. Girls And Boys (Pet Shop Boys 12" Remix)

6. Threadneedle Street

7. Got Yer!

8. Beard

9. To The End (French Version)

10. Supa Shoppa

11. Theme From An Imaginary Film

12. Red Necks

13. Alex's Song

14. Jubilee (Acoustic BBC Live Version)

15. Parklife (Acoustic BBC Live Version)

16. End Of A Century (Acoustic Version)

Disc 7

1. Stereotypes

2. Country House

3. Best Days

4. Charmless Man

5. Fade Away

6. Top Man

7. The Universal

8. Mr. Robinson's Quango

9. He Thought Of Cars

10. It Could Be You

11. Ernold Same

12. Globe Alone

13. Dan Abnormal

14. Entertain Me

15. Yuko & Hiro

Disc 8

1. One Born Every Minute

3. Ultranol

4. No Monsters In Me

5. Entertain Me (Live It!) Remix

6. The Man Who Left Himself

7. Tame

8. Ludwig

9. The Horrors

10. A Song

11. St Louis

17. Chemical World (Live At Budokan)

18. Eine Kleine Lift Musik

Disc 9

1. Beetlebum

2. Song 2

3. Country Sad Ballad Man

4. M.O.R.

5. On Your Own

6. Theme From Retro

7. You're So Great

8. Death Of A Party

9. Chinese Bombs

10. I'm Just A Killer For Your Love

11. Look Inside America

12. Strange News From Another Star

13. Movin' On

Disc 10

1. All Your Life

2. A Spell (For Money)

3. Woodpigeon Song

4. Dancehall

5. Get Out Of Cities

6. Polished Stone

7. Bustin' + Dronin'

8. M.O.R. (Road Version)

9. Swallows In The Heatwave

10. Death Of A Party (7" Remix)

11. Cowboy Song

16. M.O.R. (Live In Utrecht)

17. Death Of A Party (Live In Utrecht)

18. Song 2 (Live In Utrecht)

Disc 11

1. Tender

2. Bugman

3. Coffee & TV

4. Swamp Song

5. 1992

6. B.L.U.R.E.M.I.

7. Battle

8. Mellow Song

9. Trailerpark

10. Caramel

11. Trimm Trabb

12. No Distance Left To Run

Disc 12

1. French Song

2. All We Want

3. Mellow Jam

4. X-Offender (Damon/Control Freak's Bugman Remix)

5. Coyote (Dave's Bugman Remix)

6. Trade Stylee (Alex's Bugman Remix)

7. Metal Hip Slop (Graham's Bugman Remix)

8. So You

9. Beagle 2

10. Tender (Cornelius Remix)

11. Far Out (Beagle 2 Remix)

12. I Got Law (Demo)

13. Music Is My Radar

14. Black Book

Disc 13

1. Ambulance

2. Out Of Time

3. Crazy Beat

4. Good Song

5. On The Way To The Club

6. Brothers And Sisters

7. Caravan

8. We've Got A File On You

9. Moroccan Peoples Revolutionary Bowls Club

10. Sweet Song

11. Jets

12. Gene By Gene

13. Battery In Your Leg

Disc 14

1. Money Makes Me Crazy (Marrakech Mix)

2. Tune 2

3. The Outsider

4. Don't Be

5. Morricone

6. Me, White Noise (Alternate Version)

7. Some Glad Morning

8. Don't Be (Acoustic Mix)

9. Sweet Song (Demo)

10. Caravan

11. End Of A Century

12. Good Song

13. Out Of Time

14. Tender

Disc 15
Disc 16
Disc 17
Disc 18

19. Under The Westway

Disc 19
Disc 20
Disc 21
Disc 22
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Track List: Think Tank (Explicit)

1. Ambulance

2. Out Of Time

3. Crazy Beat

4. Good Song

5. On The Way To The Club

6. Brothers And Sisters

7. Caravan

8. We've Got A File On You

9. Moroccan Peoples Revolutionary Bowls Club

10. Sweet Song

11. Jets

12. Gene By Gene

13. Battery In Your Leg

x

Track List: 13

1. Tender

2. Bugman

3. Coffee & Tv

4. Swamp Song

5. 1992

6. B.L.U.R.E.M.I.

7. Battle

8. Mellow Song

9. Trailer Park

10. Caramel

11. Trimm Trabb

12. No Distance Left To Run

x

Track List: Blur

1. Beetlebum

2. Song 2

3. Country Sad Ballad Man

4. M.O.R.

5. On Your Own

6. Theme From Retro

7. You're So Great

8. Death Of A Party

9. Chinese Bombs

10. I'm Just A Killer For Your Love

11. Look Inside America

12. Strange News From Another Star

13. Movin' On

14. Essex Dogs/ Dancehall/ Interlude

x

Track List: Live At The Budokan

1. The Great Escape (Live At The Budokan)

2. Jubilee (Live At The Budokan)

3. Popscene (Live At The Budokan)

4. End Of A Century (Live At The Budokan)

5. Tracy Jacks (Live At The Budokan)

6. Mr. Robinson's Quango (Live At The Budokan)

7. To The End (Live At The Budokan)

8. Fade Away (Live At The Budokan)

9. It Could Be You (Live At The Budokan)

10. Stereotypes (Live At The Budokan)

11. She's So High (Live At The Budokan)

12. Girls And Boys (Live At The Budokan)

13. Advert (Live At The Budokan)

14. Intermission (Live At The Budokan)

15. Bank Holiday (Live At The Budokan)

16. For Tomorrow (Live At The Budokan)

17. Country House (Live At The Budokan)

18. This Is A Low (Live At The Budokan)

19. Supa Shoppa (Live At The Budokan)

20. Yuko And Hiro (Live At The Budokan)

21. He Thought Of Cars (Live At The Budokan)

22. Coping (Live At The Budokan)

23. Globe Alone (Live At The Budokan)

24. Parklife (Live At The Budokan)

25. The Universal (Live At The Budokan)

x

Track List: The Great Escape

1. Stereotypes

2. Country House

3. Best Days

4. Charmless Man

5. Fade Away

6. Top Man

7. The Universal

8. Mr. Robinson's Quango

9. He Thought Of Cars

10. It Could Be You

11. Ernold Same

12. Globe Alone

13. Dan Abnormal

14. Entertain Me

15. Yuko & Hiro

x

Track List: Parklife

1. Girls & Boys

2. Tracy Jacks

3. End Of The Century

4. Parklife

5. Bank Holiday

6. Badhead

7. The Debt Collector

8. Far Out

9. To The End

10. London Loves

11. Trouble In The Message Center

12. Clover Over Dover

13. Magic America

14. Jubilee

15. This Is A Low

16. Lot 105

x

Track List: Go Out (Single)

1. Go Out

x

Track List: Leisure

1. She's So High

2. There's No Other Way

3. Bang

4. I Know

5. Slow Down

6. Repetition

7. Bad Day

8. High Cool

9. Come Together

10. Fool

11. Birthday

12. Wear Me Down

x

Track List: Lonesome Street (Single)

1. Lonesome Street

x

Track List: Modern Life Is Rubbish

1. For Tomorrow

2. Advert

3. Colin Zeal

4. Pressure On Julian

5. Star Shaped

6. Blue Jeans

7. Chemical World

9. Sunday, Sunday

10. Oily Water

11. Miss America

12. Villa Rosie

13. Coping

14. Turn It Up

68. When The Cows Come Home

69. Peach

x

Track List: Parklive (Live)

Disc 1

1. Girls And Boys (Live)

3. London Loves (Live)

5. Tracy Jacks (Live)

7. Jubilee (Live)

9. Beetlebum (Live)

11. Coffee And TV (Live)

13. Out Of Time (Live)

15. Young And Lovely (Live)

17. Trimm Trabb (Live)

19. Caramel (Live)

21. Sunday Sunday (Live)

23. Country House (Live)

25. Parklife (Live)

Disc 2

1. Colin Zeal (Live)

2. Popscene (Live)

3. Advert (Live)

4. Song 2 (Live)

5. No Distance Left To Run (Live)

6. Tender (Live)

7. This Is A Low (Live)

8. Sing (Live)

9. Under The Westway / Commercial Break (Live)

10. End Of A Century (Live)

11. For Tomorrow (Live)

12. The Universal (Live)

x

Track List: There Are Too Many Of Us (Single)

8. There Are Too Many Of Us

x

Track List: Under The Westway (Single)

1. Under The Westway

2. The Puritan

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Look up the song moving by supergrass so kickass -enjoy love and many kisses to all
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God what a awesome bunch of bands... Blur supergrass oasis fun stuff....
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All of the time but I never know why I need you pleased to meet you!!!
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I got my head shaved buy a jimmungee. I know it's not that but hey
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Song 2
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❤❤❤❤❤
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Ahhhhhhh, needed some blur
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Woo hoo!!!!
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Cool
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I wanna break things now lol who else is down XD
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Omg yussssss!!!!
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not my problem
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I'm sick of this bullshit! All these "Put this on 5 other songs!" Crap! So copy this and put it on 5 other songs to STOP chain posting
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So this is where Big Time Rush got their theme for Windows Down. Huh, the more you know.
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Are y'all sure this is the correct title/artist ! ? ?
This song "WOO HOO" IS FUXKING AWESOME
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Yes
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So gorillaz is the same lead singer as blur?
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The Magic Whip!!!!! Is amazing!!!!! ! ! Buy it!!!!! :D
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WOO HOO... WHEN I FEEL HEAVY METAL :)
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F**k yeah
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WHOOHOO!
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New album, magic whip. So exited
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I love blur! They are so much better than song 2. Parklife is amazing. This is a low, underrated but amazing.
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lrbmortgage
I got my head thump when I was young I think song-2 is a great song
It probably is number 11 I wonder how
much it cost on iTunes?
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megan1490
Love blur two for song they played that when I wasn't mood Saturday night and Sunday also
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BEST of blur!!!!
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The entire discography. Perfect. Just perfect. So perfect I get Blur-withdra w a l when I don't listen daily.
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Why do people just like Song 2? Take time to listen to Blur's other music. They have some songs that might be even better than Song 2.
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Ohmygod looove this song! Song 2 makes me run faster. :)
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Sounds just like Oasis?!? Blur was always STEPS ahead of Oasis, who were the followers. Blur also was more original, innovative, more apt to stretch the envelope a bit more, and forward thinking.
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Sounds just like Oasis, love it.
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megan1490
Love blur the band a lot. Alternative always beats pop and rap and also hip hop.
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I like how Elastica is mentioned only as a comparison in the Blur bio and Justine Frischmann isn't brought up once, despite how much her relationship with Albarn helped shape Britpop. However, Blur and Albarn feature rather prominently in any bio on Frishmann and Elastica, and how Frishmann had to prove to British press that she wasn't 'Blur Indoors.' I think we all know the reason why this is the case...
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I think this song coming up on The Offspring was bizzare; and I think id rather prod my eyeballs with needles then listen to this song ever again in my lifetime. If Fran Drescher and Sarah Palin had made a horrible radio crap song baby this would have been it.
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Only blur song I like. So glad they decided to play 2 for song on my birthday. Best birthday Song ever
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WOO-HOO!!!!
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Lloovvee
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song 2
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Blur will always be one of my favorite bands
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2-d singing?
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you like the blur, you will love my band called Sex with a special fucktard
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I was probably 17-18 when I first heard their music. I'm 36 now, lol!
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Imagine Dragons played song 2 at their concert in Denver. It was amazing!
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This reminds me of when I was 14 lol
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Damn it Hanna i was going to say that
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