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Favourite Blur album?

Leisure
2
9%
Modern Life Is Rubbish
4
18%
Parklife
3
14%
The Great Escape
0
No votes
Blur
4
18%
13
7
32%
Think Tank
1
5%
The Magic Whip
1
5%
 
Total votes : 22

Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby aldamasta » 04 Mar 2015, 21:39

101reykjavik wrote:
aldamasta wrote:Only thing I could guess is Damon lives in Notting Hill and I believe Studio 13 is there as well... hmm.


Perhaps they meant to put Primrose Hill. That would make a bit more sense.

Yeah but it seems like if they put Primrose Hill, they'd put it more toward Modern Life.
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby oohyehyeh » 05 Mar 2015, 04:11

blur
mlir
13
parklife
leisure
tge
think tank

i still love them all but i've never really been able to get into think tank… mostly because it's lur :oops:
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby Rubi » 05 Mar 2015, 10:56

I really don't get the problem with Think Tank being a 3-man attempt. The quality of most tracks is undisputed. Yes, it's plain obvious it lacks Graham's genius, but is it so hard to look past that fact and enjoy it for what it is? Jeez...
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby oohyehyeh » 07 Mar 2015, 01:55

i don't think it's a problem, it's just my least favorite. and i do love it, just in a different way than blur's other albums. just my opinion!
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby theundeaf » 09 Mar 2015, 04:42

I really have no idea which is my favorite yet. I'm just starting to pour over their discography in depth, but I think MLIR, Blur, and 13 are the frontrunners, with Parklife close behind. I haven't listened to Think Tank yet though, although I own the physical copy. I really want 21, for the full experience.
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby aldamasta » 09 Mar 2015, 17:05

theundeaf wrote:I really have no idea which is my favorite yet. I'm just starting to pour over their discography in depth, but I think MLIR, Blur, and 13 are the frontrunners, with Parklife close behind. I haven't listened to Think Tank yet though, although I own the physical copy. I really want 21, for the full experience.

Blur 21 is great for those listening through the albums for the first time (especially because you get to listen through their b-sides as well!)
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby Rubi » 09 Mar 2015, 17:46

aldamasta wrote:
theundeaf wrote:I really have no idea which is my favorite yet. I'm just starting to pour over their discography in depth, but I think MLIR, Blur, and 13 are the frontrunners, with Parklife close behind. I haven't listened to Think Tank yet though, although I own the physical copy. I really want 21, for the full experience.

Blur 21 is great for those listening through the albums for the first time (especially because you get to listen through their b-sides as well!)


That's a lot of material for first-time listeners, though. Can be overwhelming. Image
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby 101reykjavik » 09 Mar 2015, 17:49

Rubi wrote:
aldamasta wrote:
theundeaf wrote:I really have no idea which is my favorite yet. I'm just starting to pour over their discography in depth, but I think MLIR, Blur, and 13 are the frontrunners, with Parklife close behind. I haven't listened to Think Tank yet though, although I own the physical copy. I really want 21, for the full experience.

Blur 21 is great for those listening through the albums for the first time (especially because you get to listen through their b-sides as well!)


That's a lot of material for first-time listeners, though. Can be overwhelming. Image


True. You need a little bit of experience before you delve in to Sir Elton John's Cock. :lol:
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby Rubi » 09 Mar 2015, 17:53

101reykjavik wrote:True. You need a little bit of experience before you delve in to Sir Elton John's Cock. :lol:


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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby My Name Is Mud » 10 Mar 2015, 12:56

101reykjavik wrote:True. You need a little bit of experience before you delve in to Sir Elton John's Cock. :lol:

I love Sir Elton John's Cock. Short and sweet. Yes I'm serious. :)
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby Jensen » 10 Mar 2015, 16:53

My Name Is Mud wrote:
101reykjavik wrote:True. You need a little bit of experience before you delve in to Sir Elton John's Cock. :lol:

I love Sir Elton John's Cock. Short and sweet. Yes I'm serious. :)


I agree, and I'm completely serious too ;)
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Re: Favourite Blur album

Postby bugman » 10 Mar 2015, 17:21

Jensen wrote:
My Name Is Mud wrote:
101reykjavik wrote:True. You need a little bit of experience before you delve in to Sir Elton John's Cock. :lol:

I love Sir Elton John's Cock. Short and sweet. Yes I'm serious. :)


I agree, and I'm completely serious too ;)

like me, but it's a little shame that it's too short.
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