Leisure

46138 of 5 stars

£ 18.99

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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


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
Format: LP
Label: Food Parlophone
Catalogue numbers: FOODLPX6
5099962483216

Companies:
Remastered At-Abbey Road Studios
Lacquer Cut At-Abbey Road Studios
Pressed By-Optimal Media GmbH
Phonographic Copyright (p)-EMI Records Ltd.
Copyright (c)-EMI Records Ltd.

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Rights Society-BIEM / GEMA
Barcode-5099962483216
Matrix / Runout-BC75273-01A1 6298321 FA ABBEY ROAD
Matrix / Runout-BC75273-01B1 6248321 (drawing of traingle and something like inverted "7" or "4")
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)



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