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This album will make you realize why Blur is such a great band, and that even though they are missing a limb, they can still run just as fast.
With the great songs like "Out of Time", "Good Song", "Ambulance", "Crazy Beat", and "Jets" just to name a few.
Damon Albarn, the band's now sole creative master, has learned much from his stint with Gorillaz and Mali Music, and has crafted a wonderful album.
I have played this to death. It will play no more. I will have to get another.Published 1 month ago by valkyriekee
Popshit dance funk funky the best way to get the job done in time to get it now and again. The only problem is that the company is looking forward, but I think it was not able the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by 812jonathan
Very great album that I truly enjoyed to the point of becoming physically excited. Go ahead and buy it man!Published 16 months ago by Stuart J Stahl
I didn't really like Blur's greatest hits, but thought I'd borrow this disc anyway. Bad idea. Experimental is a good way of saying "really bad". Read morePublished on August 25, 2010 by itravel
After the dismal 13, Think Tank is a refreshing recording. The sound is a progression of Music Is My Radar. Read morePublished on April 26, 2010 by DW
Despite AllMusics glaring 2 out 5 stars review Blur's 2003 effort has a unique appeal and should not be dismissed as a Damon Albarn side project. Read morePublished on April 5, 2010 by Sean A. Schellhammer
"Experimental" albums can be tricky beasts. If done well, they can showcase a new and exciting side of a band, but if done poorly they can be self-indulgent messes that confuse and... Read morePublished on March 3, 2010 by H. Jin
If you listen to all the Blur albums chronologically, it sounds as if they are gearing up (down?) for this album, especially when you consider 13. Read morePublished on September 8, 2009 by Zeus Jupiter
One of those indie rock-pop light experimenter's that manages to back up enough woozy, hip posturing with catchy, diverse substance and effectively eccentric accentuation to deem... Read morePublished on April 9, 2009 by IRate