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because the remote's too far away
I've yet to see any footage of the era which makes it look remotely appealing.
I love Blur, tho. I like Coxon's comment on the art fags he encountered at college: "I thought 'Oh, god, these people are rubbish.'"
^In the right place now.
What do Blur and the 80's have to do with each other?
I mean "I love Blur, tho..." in a conversational segue style.
"I fucking hate Italy. I've yet to see any footage of the area which makes it look remotely appealing.
I love the Mafia, tho."
Although that^ doesn't really work.
Sometimes politics have to be laid aside if one is in the presence of epic tunes. And we, truly, are in the presence of epic tunes.
Besides, Damon's still hardcore.
Treat his wife like shit and bailed on her and his daughter. Fuck him and his music.
it starts off a bit slow, but I enjoyed it. I love the way they caught the glastonbury atmosphere at the end with people singing tender to the wee hours of the morning :'( made me teary eyed *gay*
Every time I hear Tender, Beetlebum, There's No Other Way, She's So High, and esp No Distance Left To Run (for the break up), I get a pang of nostalgia.
it was the most amazing atmosphere I have ever encountered and everyone was off singing it strangers were going off with strangers in groups just singing it... it united the entire bloody festival... except for the people that chose to see bon iver or jarvis cocker.... the FOOLS!
whatever you prefer.
That Glastonbury performance, and the singing continuing as we all headed off in various directions, was amazing.
Not watching as I got the DVD a week or so ago and finally got round to watching it yesterday. Will watch the Hyde Park Show in a bit.
Oh, fuck, I love these boys.
I absolutely love Blur. Never been a big fan of Tender, but you can't help but be a little bit moved by Tender at Glastonbury. Awesome.