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Old 02.21.2019, 12:10 AM   #59
choc e-Claire
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Originally Posted by Kuhb
It's Graham's interpretations of Damon's tunes that make Blur so brilliant. Graham's solo albums are fun but are clearly missing that base-level inspiration that Damon brings. Graham's albums are mostly super enjoyable exercises in punk guitar pyrotechnics... which is awesome! But yeah
It's really interesting to see what the two of them were working on at the same time - Graham creating hyped-up noise punk and Damon working on the ultimate MTV-bait.

I saw one article that quoted Graham as saying he wanted to make an album nobody would listen to. And you get some cool results when you combine that and the exact opposite - see 13.
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