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The britpop four-piece have reunited, playing at the Brits and have lined
up shows in London’s Hyde Park. Now they’re releasing a box set of their
back catalogue.

Blur will be re-releasing their albums in one nifty boxset titled Blur 21:
The Box this July. There will be previously unheard material from back
in the day including 65 unreleased tracks. At worst there will at least be a butt load of dreggs to sink your teeth into, you can’t go wrong.

Blur – ‘Song 2’

The boxset will include 18 CDs and three DVDs to keep you busy this summer. Four of the discs will be unreleased material and is obviously the biggest draw of
the Blur 21. Included will also be a seven-inch vinyl of Superman, under
their original band name Seymour. Hours and hours of fun.

There is also a Blur 21: The Vinyl Box for fans. It may seem old school but
it proves this release is a collectors item, as an artefact to celebrate Blur‘s career.

Guitarist Graham Coxon continues to support physical music releases as he
had a special edition seven-inch vinyl release What’ll It Take for Record
Store Day.

Blur – ‘Parklife’

You can catch them live on tour in the UK this year, supported by dance
popster Robyn. The band will be ending their tour in London’s Hyde Park this
summer (12th August) in time for the Olympics.

Until the unbeatable duo of Albarn and Coxon are reunited onstage, you have
the creative and progressive solo music of Graham Coxon‘s A + E to keep you
warm at night, if there isn’t a sozzled warm body to spare.