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|2. Country House|
|3. Best Days|
|4. Charmless Man|
|5. Fade Away|
|6. Top Man|
|7. The Universal|
|8. Mr. Robinson's Quango|
|9. He Thought Of Cars|
|10. It Could Be You|
|11. Ernold Same|
|12. Globe Alone|
|13. Dan Abnormal|
|14. Entertain Me|
|15. Yuko & Hiro|
21 years on from their debut album Leisure, Blur have now come of age and to celebrate this milestone the Blur 21 campaign will present all seven of their studio albums expanded - and the first five remastered - for the first time on 2CD and LP, together with a 21 disc super deluxe box set charting the history of one the UK's most important bands. Personally compiled by the band, these editions and boxed sets are due for release by Parlophone on July 31, 2012.
To celebrate the 21st anniversary of their debut release, Blur's fourth album The Great Escape has now been remastered from the original tapes by Frank Arkwright (The Smiths, Arcade Fire, New Order, Joy Division), with the remastering overseen by legendary original producer, Stephen Street.
Expanded across two discs, the LP format of The Great Escape remaster is cut on heavyweight 180 gram, audiophile vinyl and housed in a replica of the original sleeve artwork. --This text refers to the LP Record edition.
....but it doesn't deserve it. When The Great Escape was released in 1995, it was hailed as the defining English record of the mid-1990's. Read morePublished on June 13 2004 by Sakos
A solid and appealing piece of britpop, "The Great Escape" is not Blur`s best album to date, yet it offers a compelling set of worthwile pop songs. Read morePublished on April 5 2004 by gonn1000
The two additional tracks on this import are: "Ultranol" and "No Monster In Me." Both of these tracks are available on the CD1 single for "The Universal.Published on Dec 21 2003 by A. Seuthe
There is a slightly sentimental nerve in this music, very strong arrangements, thoughtful and funny lyrics "... Read morePublished on April 10 2003 by Casper Paludan
This album is a mixture of britpop with songs like charmless man and country house but some of the album seems to be exploring other types of music with songs like yuko & hiro. Read morePublished on March 30 2003 by "butterworthp3"
Blur's follow-up to 'Parklife', this disc continues the band's ironic lyricplay concerning the empty, repetitive state of modern life in Britain. Read morePublished on March 10 2003 by Sandro Battaglia
This cd is absolutely brilliant. Among good songs on it there are "Charmless Man"(which is my all-time favourite song and definately Blur's best song), "Country House", "Mr. Read morePublished on Dec 5 2002 by Jonas
For their fourth outing, 1995's "The Great Escape," Blur wonderfully combine the successes of their previous two albums, "Modern Life is Rubbish" and "Parklife. Read morePublished on Sept. 13 2002 by Amazon Customer