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Magic Whip: sonidos de un mundo pasado sin fanatismos plásticos




Por Hiram Santos

“This is the ballad for the good times” fue una de las últimas líneas presentes en el Think Tank, álbum con el cual en el 2003 una de las principales bandas representativas del brit pop, … 473 more words


Blur - The Magic Whip (2015)

¿Qué habría de esperar de “The Magic Whip”, el añorado regreso de los Blur? ¿Qué expectativas, además de la clarísima ansiedad por nuevo material tras la conclusión de una espera de doce años? 449 more words


The Magic Whip - Blur

Brit-pop band Blur set the scene for their new studio album release of ‘The Magic Whip’, released 12 years after the 2003 album effort of ‘Think Tank’. 437 more words


Blur: The Magic Whip

We’re with Scroobius Pip and Dan Le Sac on “Thou Shalt Always Kill” – Blur, just a band. We don’t worship the ground they walk on and in fact play Graham Coxon’s solo stuff more. 185 more words

Album review: Blur, The Magic Whip

Album: The Magic Whip
Artist: Blur
Three out of five stars

Blur‘s first album in 12 years doesn’t possess the powers of Harry Potter, but at least frontman Damon Albarn and his reunited bandmates don’t entirely besmirch their legacy with The Magic Whip. 301 more words

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Reviews: Mumford & Sons go rockier yet somehow milder on Wilder Mind

Mumford & Sons

Wilder Mind

Three out of five

Much ado about nothing?

Well, no. No the direction that English nu folk heroes Mumford & Sons have embarked upon with their third studio album is certainly down a different path than previous outings — more through the late-night city streets filled with trendy bars and eateries than through trendy, pastoral picnic spots on the outskirts of town. 733 more words


Review: Blur - The Magic Whip

Over on this side of the Atlantic, news of a long-awaited Blur reunion album has been greeted with a collective shrug.  It is a reaction that is indicative of the band’s general reception in the US, but not befitting of the group’s sustained greatness over the course of their career.   518 more words