Modern Life Is Rubbish is the second studio album by English alternative rock band Blur, released in May 1993. It marked a significant departure from the band's debut album, Leisure, which had been heavily influenced by baggy and shoegaze music. Modern Life Is Rubbish was more experimental and eclectic, incorporating elements of punk, funk, and jazz. The album's lyrics were also more introspective and socially conscious, dealing with themes such as alienation, consumerism, and the British class system.
Modern Life Is Rubbish was a critical and commercial success, reaching number one on the UK Albums Chart and spawning several hit singles, including "For Tomorrow", "Parklife", and "Chemical World". The album is widely regarded as one of the most influential albums of the Britpop era, and is considered to be Blur's masterpiece.
|Original Release: 1993.|
|Catalog No: 5099962483919.|
|Size: 12" Double Vinyl Record.|