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Description: Oft remembered as a false start before Blur's eventual ascension to the position of Britpop spokesmen, 1991's Leisure belongs to a very different age. Much of it is fairly lightweight: a naive dance-rock hybrid, and not a million miles away from EMF. Leisure certainly has its moments, though, and when they come, they're quietly stunni ... (more)
Manufacturer: Food
Release date: 27 August 1991
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0077779750627 UPC: 077779750627
Album (3), Baggy (3), 1991 (3), English (3), Britpop (2), Britrock (2), England (2), Debut Album (2), Indie (2), Shoegaze (2), Food (1), Blur (1)
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"The debut album from Blur came with a very different sound to that which the Essex band became known for later. With a sound clearly inspired by the early '90s "Madchester" scene, while there a hint of things to come can be found the more angsty track Sing, the core of the album and singles She's So High and There's No Other Way provided a poppy sound more reminiscent of The Stone Roses. The US release - a month later - drops Sing in favour of the more upbeat I Know, while the Japanese releases "