This Blur discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Blur albums can be found at the top of the list. Since they’re such an influential band, let’s rank the best Blur albums, with the help of your votes. Consisting of members Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James, and Dave Rowntree, English rock band Blur achieved both critical and commercial success, while establishing the Britpop genre. Blur debuted with Leisure (1991) which fused sounds of the Madchester scene along with ‘60s psychedelia, and jangly guitar pop. With Parklife (1994), the catty British music press pitted them up against Oasis who would release Definitely, Maybe (1994) several months later. With singles like "Country House" and "Song 2," Blur received a Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music in 2012.
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Release Date: 1994
Producer: Stephen Street
Tracks: Clover Over Dover, The Debt Collector, Jubilee, Badhead, Parklife, To the End, Lot 105, Far Out, Magic America, London Loves, Bank Holiday, Trouble in the Message Centre, This Is a Low, Girls & Boys, Tracy Jacks, End of a Century
Length (mins): 00:52:47
Genres (Music): Alternative rock, Britpop, Experimental rock, Baroque pop
Release Date: 1997
Producer: Stephen Street
Tracks: Death of a Party, On Your Own, Essex Dogs, Beetlebum, Song 2, You’re So Great, I’m Just a Killer for Your Love, Chinese Bombs, M.O.R., Theme From Retro, Look Inside America, Movin’ On, Country Sad Ballad Man, Strange News From Another Star, Dancehall
Length (mins): 01:00:16
Genres (Music): Alternative rock, Indie rock, Britpop, Lo-fi music
Release Date: 1999
Tracks: Optigan 1, Tender, Caramel, B.L.U.R.E.M.I., Coffee & TV, No Distance Left to Run, Mellow Song, Swamp Song, 1992, Bugman, Battle, I Got Law (demo version), Trimm Trabb, Trailerpark
Genres (Music): Noise rock, Electronica, Alternative rock, Indie rock, Britpop, + more
Release Date: 1993
Tracks: Fool, For Tomorrow, Intermission, Blue Jeans, There's No Other Way, Turn It Up, High Cool, Come Together, Advert, Wear Me Down, Chemical World, Pressure on Julian, Star Shaped, Birthday, Colin Zeal
Genres (Music): Alternative rock, Britpop, Experimental rock