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Modern Life Is Rubbish (national album day 2023)

Limited Transparent Orange 140g 2LP - 1 per customer - £41.99 | Pre Order
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 - £22.99 | Buy
deluxe cd with 2 bonus tracks + fold-out poster - £13.99 | Buy

cd + fold-out poster - £12.99 | Buy

limited indies only ocean blue lp - £25.99
A new Blur album was always going to be a cause for celebration here & we were full of hope & anticipation that their 1st new album in 8 years would be ...

BUSTIN’ + DRONIN’ (2022 reissue)

2lp - £34.99 | Buy
Originally released in 1998 in Japan-only, this compilation features remixes of tracks from their 1997 eponymously titled, number one album.

"Bustin' + Dronin' " (rsd 22)

Record Store Day 2022 - blue / green 2lp + obi - £37.99
For Record Store Day 2022, Blur will release a special, double heavyweight coloured vinyl edition of their 1998, Japan-only remix compilation Bustin’ + Dr...

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.
live at the bbc
  1. Girls & Boys
  2. Jubilee
  3. Trouble In The Message Centre
  4. Lot 105


live at the bbc

  • 10"

    Released: 2nd Aug 2019

    out of stock

Featuring ‘Girls & Boys’, ‘Jubilee’, ‘Trouble In The Message Centre’ and ‘Lot 105’, these tip-top live sessions have been revived from a Mark Radcliffe Radio 1 session, recorded at the BBC in Manchester on 7th March 1994, just weeks ahead of Parklife’s release on 25th April.

Their third studio reached #1 on the UK album charts and garnering four smash hit singles ‘Girls & Boys’, ‘End of a Century’, ‘Parklife’ and ‘To the End’. Described as “an epoch-defining record” (AllMusic) which “captured the mid-'90s zeitgeist” (BBC), the album explores themes of British life and identity, securing a cultural significance that endures to this day.  ‘Parklife’ was nominated for the 1994 Mercury Music Prize and 1995 saw blur take home four BRIT Awards, including Best British Album.