Mother’s Litter Helpers: Blur's Modern Life Is Rubbish
Paul Moody, NME, 1993
AND THE FOOLS laugh loudest. Blurs rise and fall has all the comic nuances of Reginald Perrins. Two years ago they were pops champagne Charlies: Theres No Other Way and Bang! had been Top 20 hits and Smash Hits had fallen head-over-suede boots for their art school oddness and blue-eyed middle-class charm. Graham wore glasses and an Oxford University T-shirt, Damon spent an entire Top Of The Pops performance grinning madly while clutching a cardboard Kelloggs cockerel. It was all too beautiful.
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