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Leisure is the debut studio album by the English rock band Blur, released in August 1991 by record label Food. The original version of "Sing", entitled "Sing (To Me)", was recorded as a demo in late 1989 under the band's former name, Seymour, and can be heard on the ultra-rare promo-only single which was released over a decade later in February 2000 and on the first of 4-disc set with rare material in the Blur 21 box set.

The debut album from Blur. Three singles (for four songs) were issued from the album: "She's So High", "I Know", "There's No Other Way", and "Bang". referencing Leisure, CD, Album, CDP-97880, K2-97880. Just Gazing at Their Shoes Writing their debut Leisure Blur aspired to be shoegazing kings and painstakingly followed in the footsteps of My Bloody Valentine and early Jesus and Mary Chain of Psychocandy epoch. Graham Coxon thoroughly trampled guitar pedals gazing under his feet, trying to squeeze out maximum of fuzzy guitar noise and Damon Albarn provided vocals in plaintive, complaining voice and some keyboard background.

Released August 26, 1991. 1. She's So High Lyrics. Producers Blur, Mike Thorne, Stephen Street & 2 more.

However, like all great things, Blur had to begin somewhere. Said beginning would be their debut album, 1991’s Leisure. The album is widely considered to be one of the final (and most definitive) records in the Shoegazing period of the late 1980s British alternative rock scene. Leisure captures the raw essence and popish characteristics that Blur would exude throughout their entire career. Remember, this category includes bands such as The Kinks, The Jam, and The Smiths

by Blur - 12 Tracks - 48:51. Release date 07/30/2012. There's No Other Way (2012 Remaster). 8. Fool (2012 Remaster). 9. Come Together (2012 Remaster).

Whenever the group tread close to the warped psychedelia of Syd Barrett, their compositions sprang to life, and "Sing" was an eerie, entrancing minor-key drone reminiscent of the Velvet Underground's "Venus in Furs.

Is Leisure the best album by Blur? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Leisure by Blur (1991) Overall rank: 2,437th. Accolades: Top albums of 1991 ( 38th ). Top albums of the 1990s ( 493rd ). Best albums of all time ( 2,437th ).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 She's So High Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 4:41
2 There's No Other Way Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 3:32
3 Bang Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 3:10
4 I Know Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 5:22
5 Slow Down Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 4:22
6 Repetition Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 5:58
7 Bad Day Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 3:20
8 High Cool Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 3:14
9 Come Together Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 3:50
10 Fool Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 3:35
11 Birthday Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 3:48
12 Wear Me Down Damon Albarn / Graham Coxon / Alex James / Dave Rowntree Blur 4:48

Blur - Leisure album download

Performer: Blur

Title: Leisure

Duration: 47:36

Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Britpop,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Indie Pop,Dance-Rock,Alternative Dance

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1626 mb

Size FLAC: 1755 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

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