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Stereotypes - Blur - The Great Escape (CD, Album)

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  1. The Great Escape Blur. Released September 11, The Great Escape Tracklist. 1. Stereotypes Lyrics. K Blur’s fourth album and follow up to the hugely successful Parklife.
  2. Jun 05,  · (Blur) The Great Escape Recorded January--May Released on 11 September on Food/Virgin Records Producer; Stephen Street The album was certified triple platinum in UK.
  3. Where Blur 's breakthrough album was a celebration of the working class, drawing on British pop from the '60s and reaching through the '80s, The Great Escape concentrates on the suburbs, featuring a cast of characters all trying to cope with the numbing pressures of modern life. Consequently, it's darker than Parklife, even if the melancholia is hidden underneath the crisp production and catchy melodies.9/
  4. Lyrics to 'Stereotypes' by Blur. The suburbs they are dreaming They're a twinkle in her eye She's been feeling frisky Since her husband said goodbye.
  5. Oct 17,  · Provided to YouTube by Parlophone UK Stereotypes ( Remastered Version) · Blur The Great Escape ℗ Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Compan.
  6. The album most closely associated with this mayhem, Blur’s The Great Escape, has would up curiously underrated. In Damon Albarn claimed he only made two bad albums, the debut (true) and The Great Escape, which he called “messy”. He was half right/5.
  7. The trouble when it comes to the great escape is it was eclipsed by oasis what's the story morning glory.I think people's opinions are clouded to say the least.I always have thought oasis are a better band but blur are the second biggest band of the so called brit pop era and even there weaker work is better than most bands best parginglelufethi.comruinomodevemudsoifritenethres.infoinfo trouble with this album is it is too long by about 3 /5(91).
  8. The Great Escape Release Date: 11/09/ Recorded during Blur’s rapid rise in popularity and tabloid recognition, the third and final chapter in what was referred to as the band’s “life trilogy” sees the band present a dark and lavish look at the modern world, populated by night-shift cab drivers, factory workers, lottery players and.
  9. rows · Stereotypes is a song by British band Blur and is the opening track to their fourth studio .

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