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Blur - Parklife (1994)

Blur - Parklife (1994)

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Blur - Parklife

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1. "Girls & Boys"   4:50

2. "Tracy Jacks"   4:20

3. "End of a Century"   2:46

4. "Parklife" (featuring Phil Daniels)   3:05

5. "Bank Holiday"   1:42

6. "Badhead"   3:25

7. "The Debt Collector" (instrumental)   2:10

8. "Far Out" 1:41

9. "To the End"   4:05

10. "London Loves"   4:15

11. "Trouble in the Message Centre"   4:09

12. "Clover Over Dover"   3:22

13. "Magic America"   3:38

14. "Jubilee"   2:47

15. "This Is a Low"   5:07

16. "Lot 105"   1:17

Total length:   52:39

Japanese edition bonus track

17. "Girls & Boys" (Pet Shop Boys 12″ remix)   7:16

Blur Band Members / Musicians

Damon Albarn – lead and backing vocals, keyboards, Hammond organ, Moog synthesiser, melodica, vibraphone, recorder, programming

Graham Coxon – guitars, backing vocals, clarinet, saxophone, percussion

Alex James – bass guitar, vocals on "Far Out"

Dave Rowntree – drums, percussion, programming

Stephen Street – synthesizer, sound effects, programming

Lætitia Sadier – vocals on "To the End"

Phil Daniels – narration on "Parklife"

Stephen Hague – accordion

String quartet

Chris Tombling

Audrey Riley

Leo Payne MBE

Chris Pitsillides

Duke strings

Louisa Fuller – violin

Rick Koster – violin

Mark Pharoah – violin

John Metcalfe – string arrangement, viola

Ivan McCready – cello

Kick horns

Richard Edwards – trombone

Roddy Lorimer – flugelhorn, trombone

Tim Sanders – tenor sax, soprano sax

Simon Clarke – baritone sax, alto sax, flute[44]

Parklife is the 3rd studio album by the English rock band Blur, released on 25 April 1994 on Food Records. After disappointing sales for their previous album Modern Life Is Rubbish (1993), Parklife returned Blur to prominence in the UK, helped by its four hit singles: "Girls & Boys", "End of a Century", "Parklife" and "To the End".

Certified four times platinum in the United Kingdom, in the year following its release the album came to define the emerging Britpop scene, along with the album Definitely Maybe by future rivals Oasis. Britpop in turn would form the backbone of the broader Cool Britannia movement. Parklife therefore has attained a cultural significance above and beyond its considerable sales and critical acclaim, cementing its status as a landmark in British rock music. It has sold over five million copies worldwide. In 2015, Spin included the album in their list of "The 300 Best Albums of 1985–2014".

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