- Title:No Distance Left To Run - A Film About Blur
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
- Date of release:2010
- Size FLAC version1317 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1972 megabytes
- Size WMA version1688 megabytes
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No Distance Left to Run" is a song by Blur. It is on their 1999 album 13 and was also released as the third and final single from the album, reaching number 14 in the UK Singles Chart. It is widely understood to refer to Blur vocalist Damon Albarn's split from long-term partner Justine Frischmann. Damon Albarn says that he is affected by this song: "It upsets me, that song. It upset me singing it. Doing that vocal upset me greatly
This is Blur’s third and final single from their album 13. It refers to Damon Albarn’s breakup with Justine Frischmann. No Distance Left to Run also became the title for a documentary released about the band’s 2009 reunion and tour), released in cinemas in January 2010. No Distance Left to Run" Track Info. Written By Graham Coxon, Dave Rowntree, Alex James & 1 more. Backing Vocals Graham Coxon.
Genres: Documentary Biography Music. I was more than pleased to see Blur being honoured at the 2012 Brit Awards with a Lifetime Achievement gong. In the UK, it's easy to recall the recent Britpop battles between them and Oasis and the reinvention of the band into indie darlings and their subsequent break-up and reformation. But alongside the usual rock-and-roll story is a selection of cracking tunes from an era when British music really did rule the airwaves. In case you've been under a rock for the last twenty odd years, Blur were a four-piece band from Essex led by singer Damon Albarn, guitarist Graham Coxon, bassist.
The film, which was premiered last night (January 14) with a screening attended by the band at London's Leicester Square and begins a nationwide cinema run on January 18, will be released as a two-disc set. The first disc features the film, which directed by Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern. The DVD of " No Distance Left To Run " will be released on February 15. In the meantime, watch a trailer of the film here. Thanks for the report to Nm. om.
Blur are one of the last bands left that a significant proportion of people want to know about, their lives representing a soap opera for a generation who tuned into This Life en masse.
Scenes of the band during last year's reunion are intercut with a full overview, from Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon's childhood friendship, through their falling-out during Blur's heyday, to the group's comeback. Coxon is the film's most arresting interviewee, partly because his story has what screenwriters would call a strong dramatic arc and partly because of his curious way of talking - that fey, little-boy-lost manner of his.
Disc One: No Distance Left To Run - Documentary Film. Disc Two: Hyde Park Concert Film, 2nd July 2009. A film about Blur: Sound: DTS ., PCM . Stereo Picture: 16:9 PAL Region Code: 0 Disc Type: DVD-9. Total running time 224 mins. Subtitles: (On Spoken Word) English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish.
CreditsBlur - Primary Artist
Track List - Disc 1
|1||No Distance Left To Run||Blur|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||She's So High||Blur|
|2||Girls & Boys||Blur|
|4||There's No Other Way||Blur|
|8||Out of Time||Blur|
|10||Coffee and Tv||Blur|
|17||End of the Century||Blur|
|18||To the End||Blur|
|19||This is a Low||Blur|
|23||Death of a Party||Blur|