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The Life of Blur

The Life of Blur This definitive bio explores the history and debunks the myths around the band formerly known as Seymour from their art school origins at London s Goldsmith College to the multi million selling succes

  • Title: The Life of Blur
  • Author: Martin J. Power
  • ISBN: 9781780386973
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This definitive bio explores the history and debunks the myths around the band formerly known as Seymour from their art school origins at London s Goldsmith College to the multi million selling succes of Modern Life is Rubbish, Parklife and The Great Escape It reveals the darker hues of albums Blur, 13 and 2003 s Think Tank an album that led to the ill tempered exit ofThis definitive bio explores the history and debunks the myths around the band formerly known as Seymour from their art school origins at London s Goldsmith College to the multi million selling succes of Modern Life is Rubbish, Parklife and The Great Escape It reveals the darker hues of albums Blur, 13 and 2003 s Think Tank an album that led to the ill tempered exit of Blur s guitarist Graham Coxon only to see his return five years later for a reunion tour marked by a triumphant headline appearance at 2009 s Glastonbury festival Power delves into every detail of Blur s pockmarked history, also shedding new light on the group s various solo activities, including Damon Albarn s experiments with Gorillaz and Graham Coxon s one man assault on the indie charts.

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    1. Not awful by any stretch but not great. It's quite obvious it was cobbled together from press clippings, other books, and interviews (but not with the band or their closest confidantes). Quite a lot of minor errors that are obvious to the dedicated fan, as well as several typos and improper grammar (for example, the constant usage of "illicit" instead of "elicit."). Still, for a newer fan, it covers most of the bases.


    2. Appalling. By the time I got to the part where we got a history of Colchester starting in Roman times, I realised life's too short to read something this padded out. All quotes from magazines and random childhood incidents billed as prophetic. Seasons In The Sun indeed. Nigh on unreadable.


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