Blur: We Can Be Eros… Just For One Day
Paul Moody, NME, 5 March 1994
Breaking out of the Camden bootboy mould that brought more bovver than they’d bargained for, BLUR are back with more songs about penile dementia, lager madness and lovesick foppery. PAUL MOODY boards a Routemaster and doffs his tiffer to these sweet and sensitive hooligans.
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