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This is the first album I ever heard from Blur. The album is great. I read some criticisms comparing it to prior albums. Read morePublished 7 days ago by J. Moore
Well, I'm a tad bit mixed on this one, so I'll do a track by track review instead.
1. "Tender"- God-awful, self indulgence at its finest.
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Never heard of these guys until I realized I had already been listening to their front man with hits from the Gorillaz. Amazing album!Published 11 months ago by MOPOPSHOP
I bought it because I've recently gotten into Blur, and I loved "Tender." The album itself is very experimental, and jumps around to different genres. I'm not complaining. Read morePublished 22 months ago by William G. Stech
This is one of the great records of all time - on numerous top 500 lists etc. Buy it.
What is CRAZY however is the absurd information available for this recording on... Read more
While I don't like most of the "songs" on 13, I have to admit that it is a product of sheer genius. Despite their best efforts at intentionally destroying their image, they've... Read morePublished on April 26, 2010 by DW
'13' is one of those albums you wish you could give five stars to. Blur genuinely push themselves in new directions here, almost wilfully shunning commercial... Read more
I'm sure Blur were trying to "progress" or something, but here it didn't really work. I bought the album on the strength of the three singles, Tender, Coffee and TV and No Distance... Read morePublished on April 1, 2009 by Robbie Swale
Since their sophomore album, Modern Life Is Rubbish, Blur started to get creative. They began to throw a few new pieces into their songs that stood out against the majority of... Read morePublished on August 29, 2008 by N. Ford