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Blur - The Great Escape Album

Blur - The Great Escape Album
The Great Escape
Indie Rock, Brit Pop
16 Jan 1996
835235 2
MP3 album size:
2281 mb
FLAC album size:
2248 mb
Abbey Road Studios


1Country House3:57
2It Could Be You3:12
3The Universal3:59
5Charmless Man3:35
6Fade Away4:19
7Entertain Me4:19
8Ernold Sane2:07
9Best Days4:48
10Dan Abnormal3:24
11Top Man4:00
12Yuko And Hiro5:24
13Mr Robinsons Quango4:01
14Globe Alone2:23
15He Thought Of Cars4:16


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FOODLP 14, 7243 8 35235 1 1Blur The Great Escape ‎(LP, Album)Food, ParlophoneFOODLP 14, 7243 8 35235 1 1UK1995
724383523528Blur The Great Escape ‎(CD, Album)EMI Music Mexico, S.A. De C.V., Parlophone, Food724383523528Mexico1995
FOOD TC 14, 7243 8 35235 4 2Blur The Great Escape ‎(Cass, Album)Food, Food, ParlophoneFOOD TC 14, 7243 8 35235 4 2UK & Europe1995
TOCP-8633, FOOD CD14Blur The Great Escape ‎(CD, Album, Promo)EMI, FoodTOCP-8633, FOOD CD14Japan1995
7243 8 35235 2Blur The Great Escape ‎(CD, Album)Parlophone7243 8 35235 2Australia1995


The Great Escape is the fourth studio album by the English rock band Blur, released on 11 September 1995 on Food and Virgin Records. The album reached number one on the UK Albums Chart and charted in the top 10 in more than ten countries around the world. Less than a year after the album was released, it was certified triple platinum in the UK. The album received near-universal acclaim on release, although its critical standing has since diminished. The Great Escape - Blur. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Great Escape. Release Date:11091995. Recorded during Blurs rapid rise in popularity and tabloid recognition, the third and final chapter in what was referred to as the bands life trilogy sees the band present a dark and lavish look at the modern world, populated by night-shift cab drivers, factory workers, lottery players and swinging couples. Listen free to Blur The Great Escape Stereotypes, Country House and more. 15 tracks 56:50. The Great Escape is the fourth album by English alternative rock band Blur, released on 11 September 1995 on FoodVirgin. The album continued the band's run of. Chamber music and psychedelia intersect to create the tipsy glow of Ernold Same, while the bands sharp-tongued brashness stokes Entertain Me, a cocktail of punk and disco. With a voice that shifts from gentle murmur to desperate cry, Damon Albarn plays the role of Cockney ringmaster to the hilt, introducing listeners to the venomous caricatures of Mr. Robinsons Quango and Dan Abnormal only to return us to the moody but magnificent pub sing-alongs of Country House and Charmless Man. About The Great Escape. Blurs fourth album and follow up to the hugely successful Parklife. The first of their albums to chart in the US and certified triple platinum within a year of release in the UK, it spawned a series of hit singles, including the bands first 1, Country House. The Great Escape Q&A. Even the bright, infectious numbers on The Great Escape have gloomy subtexts, whether it's the disillusioned millionaire of Country House and the sycophant of Charmless Man or the bleak loneliness of Globe Alone and Entertain Me. Naturally, the slower numbers are even more despairing, with the acoustic Best Days, the lush, sweeping strings of The Universal, and the stark, moving electronic ballad Yuko & Hiro ranking as the most affecting work Blur has ever recorded. The album favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. play album. Blur, Françoise Hardy, Isobel Griffiths, Blur Et Francoise Hardy - To the End La Comedie. Blur - The Man Who Left Himself