Blur to release 1994 BBC session on 10″ vinyl

Plus Parklife-era merchandise back in stock

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To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Parklife, Blur are releasing a 1994 BBC Radio 1 session on 10″ vinyl (and digital formats) on August 2.

Recorded for Mark Radcliffe on March 7, 1994 – six weeks before the release of ParklifeLive At The BBC features four tracks: “Girls & Boys”, “Jubilee”, “Trouble In The Message Centre” and “Lot 105”.

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Blur are also reissuing a range of classic Parklife-era merchandise, including tote bags and T-shirt featuring their greyhound, beer mat and football logos. See the whole range over at Blur’s official site.

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