Blur - Park Life


Parklife is a Britpop album by the band Blur, released on April 25, 1994.

Blur's sketches of British life among ordinary men and women prompted many reviewers to compare the band to The Kinks. The songs themselves span many genres, such as the Pet Shop Boys-esque hit single "Girls And Boys", the jazzy interlude of "The Debt Collector", the Oi! punkhard rocking "Trouble In The Message Centre". At the time of its release it acquired full-on cultural phenomenon status in Britain, particularly in the context of the young middle classes' adoption of Estuary English (several newspaper articles about this tendency appeared during the singles chart run of the album's title track). of "Bank Holiday", and the

Although the album failed to chart in the US, "Girls & Boys" became a hit there, while Parklife became Blur's first UK #1 album, entering in the pole position upon its release.

In 1998 Q magazine readers voted Parklife the 20th greatest album of all time.

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bulut on 9:40 pm said...

http://rapidshare.de/files/14455060/Blur.zip

1. "Girls & Boys" – 4:51
2. "Tracy Jacks" – 4:20
3. "End of a Century" – 2:45
4. "Parklife" – 3:05
5. "Bank Holiday" – 1:42
6. "Badhead" – 3:25
7. "The Debt Collector" – 2:10
8. "Far Out" – 1:41
9. "To the End" – 4:05
10. "London Loves" – 4:15
11. "Trouble in the Message Centre" – 4:09
12. "Clover over Dover" – 3:22
13. "Magic America" – 3:38
14. "Jubilee" – 2:47
15. "This Is a Low" – 5:07
16. "Lot 105" – 1:17

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