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Blur leisure album

Leisure is the debut studio album by the English rock band Blur, released in August by record label Food. Contents. [hide]. 1 Content; 2 Release; 3 Reception and legacy; 4 Track listing; 5 Personnel; 6 Charts and certifications. Weekly charts; Certifications. 7 References; 8 External links. Content[edit]. Product description. No Description Available. Genre: Popular Music Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: SEP Blur's debut album, this CD features none of the quirky songwriting and social observation of British life that would earn singer Damon Albarn rave reviews, comparing him to. Find a Blur - Leisure first pressing or reissue. Complete your Blur collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.

Nov 18, After Food Records convinced their new signees to change their name from Seymour to Blur, the group delivered about an EP's worth of decent Nineties alternative rock on their full-length debut. Leisure has but flashes of the band's dissonant pop on lyrically bland singles "She's So High," "There's No Other. Apr 7, Album A&E is a new series in which we revisit underrated or maligned albums and give them some much-needed rehabilitation. Here's a look at Blur's debut album 'Leisure'. It seems a bit churlish to be arguing with the man behind a record, but Damon Albarn really doesn't like Blur's 'Leisure'. "She's So High" and "There's No Other Way" were auspicious debut singles, alternately trancy and melodic, suggesting how shoegazing and baggy beats could be incorporated into pop song structures. Both songs suggested that Blur was capable of a striking debut album, but Leisure wasn't it. Mired by directionless.

Song Credits. Producers Blur, Mike Thorne, Stephen Street & 2 more. Writers Alex James, Damon Albarn, Dave Rowntree & 1 more. Bass Guitar Alex James. Drums, Percussion Dave Rowntree. Guitar, backing vocals Graham Coxon. Show 2 More.