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Blur (Special Edition)


Download links and information about Blur (Special Edition) by Blur. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 02:03:23 minutes.

Artist: Blur
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 32
Duration: 02:03:23
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No. Title Length
1. Beetlebum 5:05
2. Song 2 2:01
3. Country Sad Ballad Man 4:50
4. M.O.R. 3:27
5. On Your Own 4:26
6. Theme from Retro 3:36
7. You're So Great 3:35
8. Death of a Party 4:33
9. Chinese Bombs 1:24
10. I'm Just a Killer for Your Love 4:11
11. Look Inside America 3:50
12. Strange News from Another Star 4:03
13. Movin' On 3:42
14. Essex Dogs (Includes 'Interlude') 8:10
15. All Your Life 4:12
16. A Spell (For Money) 3:30
17. Woodpigeon Song 1:43
18. Dancehall 3:11
19. Get Out of Cities 4:02
20. Polished Stone 2:42
21. Bustin' and Dronin' 6:32
22. M.O.R. (Road Version) 3:01
23. Swallows in the Heatwave 2:33
24. Death of a Party (7'' Remix) 4:18
25. Cowboy Song 4:07
26. Beetlebum (Live Acoustic Version) 4:33
27. On Your Own (Live Acoustic Version) 4:11
28. Country Sad Ballad Man (Live Acoustic Version) 4:44
29. This Is a Low (Live Acoustic Version) 3:31
30. M.O.R. (Live in Utrecht) 3:17
31. Death of a Party (Live in Utrecht) 4:16
32. Song 2 (Live in Utrecht) 2:07



Here begins the third phase of Blur's career. Just six years since their debut album and already the quartet worked their way from Madchester grooves and Kinks/Jam Brit-pop to end up dismantling U.S. indie rock with a tongue-in-cheek and a deep, dark amplifier blast. Their nod towards America with a touch of Pavement didn't go unnoticed in the States. "Song 2" became the band's biggest U.S. hit, while "Beetlebum" debuted at #1 in the U.K. The band's elastic abilities make them natural at whatever they decide and this time it's guitarist Graham Coxon who leads the attack, demanding the band get loud and dangerous. He composed the lyrics and had a lead vocal spotlight on the lo-fi gem, "You're So Great." Sensing it was a smart move, lead singer and sassy chameleon Damon Albarn goes all in, writing lyrics with a sense of pop history. "M.O.R." is based on the David Bowie and Brian Eno tunes, "Boys Keep Swinging" and "Fantastic Voyage." "Country Sad Ballad Man" evokes early-70s glam. "Death of A Party" captures an end of the world psychedelia. The Special Edition includes live acoustic versions of several tunes, remixes, and the essential "Bustin' and Dronin'."