Graham Coxon was a founding member of U.K. indie legends Blur, and was a key figure in the late-1990s Britpop scene. Coxon left Blur in 2002 to run his record label, Transcopic, and pursue a full-time solo career. While his own music maintained the cerebral pop edge of his previous band, it was also marked by a decidedly D.I.Y.-oriented approach. Heavily influenced by U.S. punk and indie-rock, Coxon even covered two Mission Of Burma tracks--"That's When I Reach For My Revolver" and "Fame And Fortune"--on his second solo album, THE GOLDEN D.
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