Modern Life Is Rubbish is Britpop band Blur’s second studio album, released on May 10th 1993. Modern Life Is Rubbish Q&A. What was the inspiration for the record? According to Damon Albarn, Modern Life Is Rubbish was started shortly after Blur’s first ever tour of America. When I first went to America with Blur it was a very alien place and it had a massive affect on us in a way and we came back and made Modern Life Is Rubbis. t was kind of a prophetic vision of what England would become in the near future. You could see all that stuff that would transform England into something else.
Songs in album Blur - Modern Life Is Rubbish (1993).
Country: UK & Europe.
Modern Life Is Rubbish is the second album by English alternative rock band Blur, released in May 1993. Although their debut album Leisure (1991) had been commercially successful, Blur faced a severe media backlash soon after its release, and fell out of public favour. After the group returned from an unsuccessful tour of the United States, poorly received live performances and the rising popularity of rival band Suede further diminished Blur's status in the UK.
Album Name Modern Life Is Rubbish. Released date 10 May 1993. Members owning this album15.
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Bass Guitar – Alex*Cello – Ivan McCreadyDrums, Timpani – Dave*Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Graham*Producer – Stephen StreetStrings – The Duke String Quartet*Viola – Helen Kamminga, John MetcalfeViolin – Louise Fuller*, Rick KosterVocals, Organ [Solina], Bells [Sleigh] – Damon*