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Blur : Coffee and TV
Comfort food. Tastes all right. Does the job.
whimpered, "Please like me" must have been edited out.
Anyway, yes, Graham's a great guitarist and whaddaya know, he's a pretty decent singer too, as 'Coffee + TV', only the second single to be taken from their forgettable '13' album, ably demonstrates. We feel comfortable with this kind of mildly inventive guitar-led offering from Blur; it seems somehow 'more real' than their expensive dalliances with gospel choirs and new technology. But then surveys show that most Britons prefer
on toast over this weird foreign muck you can buy in supermarkets nowadays. Comfort food. Tastes all right.
Does the job.
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