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The dance rhythms and keyboards in "Girls & Boys" highlight Albarn's cutesy look at romance in the 1990s. A climate where - Parklife Remastered By [Overseen], Producer, Programmed By [Some], Keyboards [Vintage], Effects [Sound] – Stephen Street Goods that are faulty or sent in error must be returned to Crash Records Limited, 35 The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 6PU within 7 working days of the item being received by the customer.
Wedged in between retro and revisionist sits Blur. Wearing the hat of a Ray Davies-type sociologist, Blur's Damon Albarn weaves tales of modern London laced with the suspicion that indeed, the empire HAS ended. Albarn's fascination with urban decay was apparent on MODERN LIFE IS RUBBISH, but with the followup PARKLIFE, Blur embraces the modern. hi everyone, does anyone know if 13 sounds better than the 1999 cd? It's the only Blur vinyl I don't have. The blur vinyl sounds good, but the original uk of Parklife cd sounds a bit better than the 2012 vinyl. That's the reason for my question.