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Blur - 13 (1999)

Blur - 13 (1999)

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Blur - 13

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1. "Tender"   7:40

2. "Bugman"   4:47

3. "Coffee & TV"   5:58

4. "Swamp Song"   4:36

5. "1992"   5:29

6. "B.L.U.R.E.M.I."   2:52

7. "Battle"   7:43

8. "Mellow Song"   3:56

9. "Trailerpark"   4:26

10. "Caramel"   7:38

11. "Trimm Trabb"   5:37

12. "No Distance Left to Run"   3:27

13. "Optigan 1" (instrumental)   2:34

Japanese bonus track

14. "I Got Law" (demo version)   2:43

Blur Band Members / Musicians

Damon Albarn – vocals, piano, keyboards, synthesizers, acoustic guitar, melodica, backing vocals on "Coffee & TV"

Graham Coxon – lead and rhythm guitars, banjo, saxophone, lead vocals on "Coffee & TV" and co-lead vocals on "Tender", backing vocals

Alex James – bass guitar, backing vocals, double bass on "Tender"

Dave Rowntree – drums, percussion

The London Community Gospel Choir – vocals on "Tender"

Jason Cox – additional drums on "Battle"

Produced by William Orbit and Blur, except "Trailerpark" produced by Blur

John Smith, Jason Cox, William Orbit – engineering

Gerard Navarro, Arnþór "Addi 800" Örlygsson and Iain Roberton – additional engineering

Sean Spuehler, Damian LeGassick – Pro Tools programming

Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk, New York

13 is the 6th studio album by English alternative rock band Blur, released on 15 March 1999. Continuing the stylistic shift away from the Britpop sound of the band's early career, 13 explores experimental, psychedelic and electronic music.

Recording took place from June to October 1998 in London and Reykjavík. The album marks a departure of the band's longtime producer, Stephen Street, with his role being filled by William Orbit, who they had chosen after the release of the remix album, Bustin' + Dronin' (1998). Relationships between the band members were reported to be strained, with members frequently missing from the sessions. Lyrically, the album is significantly darker and more innovative than Blur's previous efforts, being heavily inspired by Damon Albarn's breakup with long-term girlfriend, Justine Frischmann, which followed an increasingly strained relationship. This album was the last in over a decade to feature the original line-up as Coxon left the band during the sessions of their next album Think Tank (2003), but Coxon would return for The Magic Whip (2015).

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