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Blur: Starshaped (1993)

Three years of candid camera on the road with Blur, from Reading 1991 through the dark ages of the EEC in 1992 and then on to Modern Life. This 126 minute tour film features live footage ... See full summary »

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Three years of candid camera on the road with Blur, from Reading 1991 through the dark ages of the EEC in 1992 and then on to Modern Life. This 126 minute tour film features live footage including scenes from Glastonbury '92, the Heineken Music Festival '94 in Nottingham, and festivals in Germany, Denmark and Sweden. It is a fascinating rockumentary about the early days of one of the most influential bands of the 1990s.

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Graham Coxon: We try to relax a lot because touring's not the best thing you could be doing....it's the worst thing actually.
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Written by Damon Albarn (uncredited), Graham Coxon (uncredited), Alex James (uncredited) and Dave Rowntree (uncredited)
Performed by Blur
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