American Who Likes "park Life" from Usa Unless Trump Wins The Election Great tune, still relevant!
Mariana from Buenos Aires, Argentinathat's true, the song is much too british for a yankee to like it. one of the best '90s songs ever!
Dana from Buenos Aires, ArgentinaAnd please..."America" is a continent...US, USA, EE UU, there are a lot of ways to call their country....Im from Argentina, and i agree with Rico...All the capital cities are almost the same around the world...And the life is very similar too, although we speak different languages...The best band ever... Dany, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Seb from Atmore, AlIm american..and EXTREMELY big blur/gorillaz/good bad and queen fan....so dont say "AMERICANS" ....yeah..we're all the same about as much as you are...and FYI..my stepmom is british.....but i would have still liked it even if she wouldnt have shown it to me...
Mo from Newark, NjOh this song has a very retro British sound to it. I can definitely imagine a group like The Hollies , Dave Clark 5 , or The Byrds singing this.
Brian from Fullerton (the Paris Of Oc), CaAh, not all Yanks are completely clueless. Several of us were appreciative to hear Phil Daniels in the song because we were big fans of the film Quadrophenia.
When you hear "I don't wanna be the same as everybody else. That's why I'm a Mod, see? I mean, you gotta be somebody, ain't ya, or you might as well jump in the sea and drown," you kind of remember such a voice.
The actor who portrayed Chalky - Philip Davis - was seen last year in a PBS production of Zadie Smith's White Teeth. And Ray Winstone is still at it. Mea culpa for diverging off the subject.
Rico from Melbourne, AustraliaOne of the greatest blur songs ever. I am Australian and agree this is quintessentially british, however I think it sums up the mood of the day, and was a good future prediction of all of the stupidity we go through today. I dont really have any grounds for this, yet I am an emotional person and as such speak my mind.
Leanne from Crawley, EnglandSuch a great song, that sums up Britian, Americans literally have NO taste at times.
Martin from Guildford, EnglandQuite right Amanda, they don't. I have a mate called John who i always take the mick out of for getting intimidated by the dirty pidgeons
Tom from Trowbridge, EnglandThis song does seem quintessentially British, so I guess that's why it didn't do well in America.
Amanda from Ipswich, EnglandTop top tune. You Americans don't know what you're missing!!!