“Peach” is a hidden song by Blur from their album Modern Life Is Rubbish.
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About Modern Life Is Rubbish
Released in 1993, Modern Life Is Rubbish is the second studio album by the British alternative rock band Blur. The album marked a significant departure from the sound of their debut album, “Leisure,” as the band shifted towards a more sophisticated and melodic sound with a stronger focus on Britpop.
The album is filled with catchy hooks, driving rhythms, and witty lyrics that explore themes of suburban boredom, social commentary, and romantic disillusionment. Songs like “For Tomorrow,” “Chemical World,” and “Sunday Sunday” are prime examples of the band’s ability to craft infectious pop songs that also pack a punch.
Modern Life Is Rubbish helped solidify Blur’s place as one of the leading bands of the Britpop movement in the early 1990s, along with bands like Oasis and Pulp. It also laid the groundwork for the band’s critically acclaimed follow-up album, Parklife, which propelled them to international success.
How to find “Peach”
On CD: Go directly to track #69
Listen to “Peach”
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