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It was June 2002 that Graham Coxon walked away from Blur, and though the band went onto release 13 without him, his presence was sorely missed.
Cue a few years of endless Damon Albarn side projects and a startling new career choices from the rest of the band, including farmer and cheese enthusiast (Alex James) and solicitor/attempted politician (Dave Rowntree), and things were looking bad for Britpop’s finest.
Until 2009 that is, when the original line-up reformed for a triumphant and highly emotional Glastonbury appearance that confirmed their position at the top tier of the UK’s greatest bands. Hooray for Blur.