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Live At The Budokan Available Digitally

Blur’s 1995 show at iconic Tokyo venue The Nippon Budokan is now available via iTunes. The band visited Japan almost 20 years ago on The Great Escape Tour, performing to 20,000 fans at the Budokan on 8th November 1995. The audio received a Japanese physical release the following year, going on to become a much sought after and hugely popular import around the world. Now, with audio remastered by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road Studios, the legendary show is finally be available everywhere for the first time. Earlier this year, Blur returned to the Budokan for a highly anticipated sold out show.


Parklife Turns 20

Blur’s third studio album Parklife turns 20 this year. Originally release 25th April 1994 and now available with a bonus disc of rare and previously unreleased material, find out more about the Parklife Special Edition here Listen again on Spotify here


Blur Score Big In NME’s 500 Greatest Songs

NME have unveiled their ’500 Greatest Songs Of All Time’ and Blur have an impressive 13 songs in the countdown.

This gives Blur the most songs in the countdown for any artist behind The Beatles.hhh

You can listen to a playlist of Blur’s songs featured in the countdown on Spotify, link here .


Blur Tour Diary – Thank You For The Memories

Visit the Blur Tour Diary, to look back at fan photos and videos from around the world. Enjoy the memories shared by fans from as far apart as Russia and Chile. Visit the tour diary and add your own memories, here...


London Tube Barrier Sounds Like Song 2

It has come to our attention that one particular ticket barrier in a London tube station sounds mysteriously like Song 2.

A video has helpfully been made to demonstrate, which you can view here

Visit the second ticket barrier from the right in Canary Wharf if you would like to test it out.