Blur's 1991 debut mixed abstract My Bloody Valentine-style noise, psychedelic tunefulness and classic British pop, reflecting the use of a handful of different producers. The album peaked at No. 7 on the UK album chart and features many songs dating from Blur's earlier incarnation as Seymour, including "Sing" and first single "She's So High," a song written during their first rehearsal together. The band's first UK top ten hit, "There's No Other Way" is also featured, marking the beginning of a long association with producer, Stephen Street. The 25th anniversary of Blur's seminal debut sees the 2012 remastered edition re-pressed on colored 180g vinyl.