So give me Coffee and TV…Peacefully

In the early 90’s, Blur was one of the most popular emerging bands in the U.K., and carried on, as well as broke down barriers, in the Britpop scene!

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Why do I am including them in this post? Well, for one, they’re a great band…. I also just happened to stumble! Onto their Coffee and TV video from their 1999 release “13.” The song is sung by the band’s guitarist Graham Coxon, and the lyrics are apparently about Coxon’s attempt to give up drinking. It really reminds me on Blur’s earlier years, which I personally enjoy. As for the video, it features Milky (a milk carton with a mission) who is on search for Graham Coxon who has unfortunately gone missing. It’s a great video, and I’m sure that your just burning to find out how it ends!

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The video itself is great, the band is great, it has coffee in the title, it’s music… It should be incorporated into my blog… so here it is! “Coffee and TV”

Do you want to make your own Milky??? How About Miss Milky??? Click Here!It’s a downloadable layout that you can cut out and put together for your own personal enjoyment!

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2 Responses to “So give me Coffee and TV…Peacefully”

  1. Ahh sir Graham. He’s a genius. Blur have secretly recorded a new album with Graham. Expect it to be out later this year.

  2. No matter what anyone say, a french press is for sure greater than any other style of coffee I’ve ever tested. If you have any of time, take a peak over to the how-to guide we’ve assembled at frenchpresshowto.com. Thanks for the article!

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