A treasure trove of unreleased Blur tracks and rarities will bereleased as part of a huge reissue campaign later this year,reports NME.
The band have announced plans to re-release all seven albums onJuly 30 as part of a definitive box-set collection which will alsoinclude over 130 rarities, 3 DVDs, a collector's edition bookfeaturing a rare photos, a previously unheard interview with theband and a special limited edition 7" vinyl.
The collection will be known as '21' as the set will be comprisedof 21 discs. All five of the band's first five studio albums -Leisure, Modern Life is Rubbish, Parklife, The Great Escape andtheir 1997 self-titled effort - have all been digitally remasteredfor the mammoth reissue campaign.
In related news Damon Albarn and co be performing at the LondonOlympic Closing party on August 12 and are also scheduled toheadline Sweden's Way Out West festival also in August.