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Oft remembered as a false start before Blur's eventual ascension to the position of Britpop spokesmen, 1991's Leisure belongs to a very different age. Much of it is fairly lightweight: a naive dance-rock hybrid, and not a million miles away from EMF. Leisure certainly has its moments, though, and when they come, they're quietly stunning: "Sing" (later revived for the Trainspotting soundtrack) is a crystalline clatter, guided through huge psychedelic rain clouds by Alex James' wandering bass; even today, it sounds one of Blur's most beautiful moments

Tracklisting

  • She's So High
  • Bang
  • Slow Down
  • Repetition
  • Bad Day
  • Sing
  • There's No Other Way
  • Fool
  • Come Together
  • High Cool
  • Birthday
  • Wear Me Down
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