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  1. This version is different than this similar release Blur - The Great Escape from , which omits "A Warner Music Group Company" on back cover. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: /5(1).
  2. Blur’s fourth album and follow up to the hugely successful Parklife. The first of their albums to chart in the US and certified triple platinum within a year of release in the UK, it spawned a.
  3. Columbia's snow reference is to coke, surely. People trying to escape through other means, but he – lonely he – is doing his escape by daydreaming about sports cars and a possible happy life: "Who to drive them with". Is it possble, though? Great chill-out down song, but you might need some ELO to 5/5(2).
  4. The Great Escape tracklist, release dates, formats, cover artwork and more. He Thought Of Cars It Could Be You Ernold Same Globe Alone Dan Abnormal Blur as 'a sales team' on the album's back cover. Years later, a fan told that this picture was used to advertise glasses in Asia!
  5. Jul 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Blur - The Great Escape at Discogs. Complete your Blur collection/5(K).
  6. Jun 13,  · Blur got the deluxe treatment here and this is the first album they actually sounded like a proper band. A great "debut" if you will, and a definite step into their heyday as the greatest new British band. The Great Escape is where you probably should start if you are getting into this band/5(57).
  7. The Great Escape is the final part of Blur's 'Life' trilogy, after Modern Life Is Rubbish () and Parklife (). With Blur's self-titled album, the band would change direction and move away from Britpop in favour of a more lo-fi and alternative rock tegesharnuazar.infoinfo: Britpop.
  8. The main character looks to technology - cars and planes - to get away. He craves human interaction, something which has likely died out in this age of apathy and alienation. After all, there is 'no one'. The 'panic' at Heathrow, wanting to escape to the 'blue', further points to the utter desperation of humanity to escape.5/5(2).
  9. “He Thought of Cars” is the ninth track off of Blur’s album “The Great Escape”. The song rings of crisis and longing for escape.

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