13's strange, frustrating combination of expert musicianship and self-indulgence reveals the sound of a band trying to find itself.
Released: Feb 10, 1997
There might be dark overtones to the record, but the band sounds positively joyous, not only in making noise but wreaking havoc with the expectations of its audience and critics.
Released: Aug 27, 1991
From Leisure, it appeared that Blur was only capable of a pair of fine singles, which is what made the complete reinvention of Modern Life Is Rubbish such a surprise.
Released: May 22, 1996
Live at Budokan is a 2-disc album and the only official Blur live release, released in Japan only.
Released: May 10, 1993
The reason Modern Life Is Rubbish is such a dynamic record and ushered in a new era of British pop is that nearly every song is carefully constructed and boasts a killer melody.
Released: Apr 25, 1994
Parklife runs through the entire history of post-British Invasion Britpop in the course of 16 songs, touching on psychedelia, synth pop, disco, punk, and music hall along the way.
Released: Aug 13, 2012
"Parklive" is a fantastic live album that showcases only the finest qualities that goes along with a Blur performance.
Released: Sep 11, 1995
Released: Apr 27, 2015
Twelve years since the release of their last studio album, Blur have finally returned with their anticipated eighth installment, "The Magic Whip." But can it live up to the hype?
Released: May 6, 2003
"Think Tank" is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Blur.