May 28, 2009 1:08

Blur announce US release details of new compilation

Double CD spans the band's career

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Blur have announced that they will release a new career-spanning compilation in the US this summer.

The double CD, 'Midlife: A Beginners Guide To Blur', is due out in the US on July 28 via Capitol/EMI.

In addition to containing 24 tracks from the band's seven studio albums, as well as the long-deleted 1992 single 'Popscene' .

The release of the compilation is set to coincide with the band's reunion this summer for a series of UK and European performances, including a headlining slot at the Glastonbury Festival.

The tracklisting is:

CD1
'Beetlebum'
'Girls & Boys'
'For Tomorrow'
'Coffee & TV'
'Out Of Time'
'Blue Jeans'
'Song 2'
'Bugman'
'He Thought Of Cars'
'Death Of A Party'
'The Universal'
'Sing'
'This Is A Low'


CD2
'Tender'
'She's So High'
'Chemical World'
'Good Song'
'Parklife'
'Advert'
'Popscene'
'Stereotypes'
'Trimm Trabb'
'Badhead'
'Strange News From Another Star'
'Battery In Your Leg'


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