Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Live At The Budokan: Japan Only Official Live Album
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
1995 Japanese only official live album on Food/ EMI featuring 25 of the best tunes from the Britpop quartet's first four albums for the label. Housed in a double slimlinejewel case, it reads like a 'Greatest Hits' of this ... more »
1995 Japanese only official live album on Food/ EMI featuring 25 of the best tunes from the Britpop quartet's first four albums for the label. Housed in a double slimlinejewel case, it reads like a 'Greatest Hits' of this period asit contains 'Country House', 'Parklife', 'The Universal', 'End Of A Century', 'Tracy Jacks', 'To The End', 'Girls & Boys', 'It Could Be You', 'Stereotypes', 'She's So High', 'Advert', 'For Tomorrow' and many more!
G. Moses | Men...Of...The...Sea! | 02/22/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Reminds you of how great Blur used to be. The recording quality isn't perfect, but it'll do--one thing I have to wonder, though: what exactly was the motivation behind putting the first nineteen tracks on the first CD and the second six on the second? A more even distribution, maybe? After "Intermission" would've been the perfect place to end CD1...I don't get it. I'd say "if you only buy one Blur album...", but that's not really the case since for what you'd pay for this you could buy Modern Life..., Parklife, and The Great Escape. For committed fans, though, Live... is well worth the money."
Christ, This Is Good Stuff
Jamie Barton | Felixstowe, England | 02/08/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"these 2 cds contain the storming Popscene which is a good enough reason to by this, but the other tracks make this release a must have, and here the band are in top form.Alex James rocks!"