Following their 2008 reunion, Blur have released a couple of singles, but a proper album still isn't on the horizon (their last full-length was 2003's Think Tank). So for those who want a whole lot of Blur action, there's Blur 21: The Box.
The set coincides with the 21st anniversary of 1991's Leisure, and it features all seven of the band's studio albums, more than five hours of unreleased material, including 65 previously unreleased tracks and more than twice as many rarities.
Additionally, there are three DVDs, a collector's edition book featuring rare and unseen photos (and a new and exclusive interview with the band), and a special limited edition seven-inch vinyl featuring a track recorded under the band's original name, Seymour. There is even a download code in each box, so purchasers can put the contents on mobile devices.