|1||Coffee & T.V. (Radio Edit)||5:08|
|12 FOOD 122||Blur||Coffee + TV (12", Single)||Food||12 FOOD 122||UK||1999|
|7243 8 87242 2 7||Blur||Coffee + TV (CD, Single)||EMI Music (Netherlands)||7243 8 87242 2 7||Europe||1999|
|CDFOODDJ122||Blur||Coffee + TV (CD, Single, Promo)||Food||CDFOODDJ122||UK||1999|
|TOCP-61023||Blur||Coffee + TV (CD, MiniAlbum)||Parlophone, EMI, Food||TOCP-61023||Japan||1999|
|CDFOODS122, 7243 8 87269 2 4||Blur||Coffee + TV (CD, Single)||Food, Food||CDFOODS122, 7243 8 87269 2 4||UK||1999|
The CDr is stamped with a sticker/paper face displaying artist, track title and date.
"May 4, 1999" and "COFFEE & TV" are printed on a disс surface.
The same version of this Radio Edit (5:08) is on the japanese version of a single TOCP-61023 and UK Promo CDFOODDJ122.
Other CD releases of the single (UK and EU versions) have Single Edit with duration ~ 5:20.
Promo - not for sale.
Standard jewel case.
The Official Video for Blur's fantastic track 'Coffee and TV'. Taken from The Best Of Blur DVD which you can grab today by clicking the following link. Coffee and TV. Graham Coxon, Dave Rowntree, Alex james, . Blur Official. This track is not available in Russian Federation - Learn more. Read about Coffee & T. and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Coffee & T. 7,438 listeners. Do you know the lyrics for this track . Genre - Britpop. Duration 05:19. Format mp3. Music video. No messages yet. Similar songs. Blur - Coffee & TV. Текст песни: Do you feel like a chain store Practically floored One of many zeros Kicked around, bored. Taken from The Best Of Blur DVD which you can grab today by clicking the following link: nosim. Now playing . Latest albums by Blur. en & TV Lyrics: Do you feel like a chainstore, Practically floored, One of many zeros, Kicked around, bored, Your ears are full but you're empty, Holding out your heart, To people who never. Coffee & TV is a song by the British alternative rock band Blur. The verses are sung by the bands guitarist, Graham Coxon, who also wrote the lyrics. Its musical style is an . Food UK EMI. Coffee & TV is a 1999 song by the British rock band Blur. It was written by the band's guitarist, Graham Coxon, who also sang lead vocals, rather than frontman Damon Albarn. The song appears on Blur's sixth studio album, 13 and was the second single released from the album. The lyrics describe Coxon's struggle with alcoholism and the song's video, featuring a sentient milk carton searching for Coxon, won several awards. Commercially, Coffee & TV reached No. 11 in the United Kingdom and No. 26 in Ireland