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So, the end of an era? Of course, but only if they stop now...
The most obvious shortcoming of this disc is that it slights Blur's superb second CD, Modern Life Is Rubbish, by including only one of its tracks, "For Tomorrow." The most inexplicable omission would be the the proto-Britpop single "Popscene", but the singles "Chemical World" and "Sunday, Sunday" are also missing. As it happens, however, this weakness is turned into a strength by leaving room for the inclusion of three tracks from its more experimental (i.e., less poppy, more personal) sixth CD 13.Read more ›
Long story short, this album is fantastic.
And, as a newcomer, so to speak, what better place to start than the tried and tested best tracks? (Currently grooving to Music is My Radar). Now to go and bolster my collection with all their albums. I am hooked.
As a funny foot note, I can remember the days of Oasis endlessly bagging on Blur. Really in the most rude and vile of ways. "I hope they get AIDS", and much worse. Well, those battles are long over, and Oasis has slipped into the kind of obscurity that the former Soviet Union now enjoys. Can you even give away an Oasis album these days?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought the disc new but got damaged in shipping and the first track doesn't play. Music-wise, I have no complaints.Published 3 months ago by O. Albretsen
Never realize that Bliur music was great music to listen all tracks in the album.Published 5 months ago by kulit
A recent video about BritPop put me onto this band which I don't recall ever hearing in the U.S. A decent sound.Published 8 months ago by RobLongmeadow
Blur Best of is a great sample of the best songs performed by this London, England-based band, being one of the most obvious representatives of the Britpop movement, along with... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ivan Howe The Great