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Modern Life Is Rubbish (national album day 2023)

Limited Transparent Orange 140g 2LP - 1 per customer - £41.99 | Buy
Modern Life Is Rubbish is Blur’s second album and is regarded as one of the defining releases of the Britpop era.

The Ballad of Darren

180g lp - £23.99 | Buy
cd + fold-out poster - £12.99 | Buy

deluxe cd with 2 bonus tracks + fold-out poster - £18.99 | Buy
Comfortable but not nonchalant - reflective but not indulgent - playful and joyous but classy and refined; 9 albums in - this is one hell of a legacy catalogue ...

13 (repress)

2LP - £38.99 | Buy
13 is the sixth studio album by English alternative rock band Blur, released on 15 March 1999.

think tank (repress)

lp - £38.99 | Buy
Think Tank is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Blur, released on 5 May 2003.

The Magic Whip (repress)

140g black 2lp in gatefold sleeve w/ obi strip - £43.99 | Buy
Parklife (30th Anniversary) (RSD 24)
  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


Parklife (30th Anniversary) (RSD 24)

  • Record Store Day 2024 - 140g Zoetrope Picture Disc LP

    Released: 20th Apr 2024

    Available: 22nd Apr 2024 20:00

    available instore from Saturday 20th April. For up to date information on how RSD 24 will run and how you will be able to purchase this item, please head here : https://www.resident-music.com/rsd

    Strictly 1 per customer. 1st come, 1st served (no preorders / reservations)

blur’s iconic third album Parklife turns 30 on April 25th and to celebrate the occasion, Parlophone have a host of activity underway starting with this exclusive Record Store Day zoetrope picture disc.

Parklife was blur’s first UK number 1 album, delivering 4 top 20 singles, including Girls & Boys (no. 5), Parklife (10), To The End (16) and End Of A Century (19), it was also their first studio album to sell over 1 million copies in the UK. Following the success of Parklife, blur won four Brit Awards in 1995, including Best British Group, British Album Of The Year and British Single and Video Of The Year for Parklife.