British music producer Stephen Street has released exclusive footage of his work with Blur during the recording of 1994's Parklife, which secured the alternative British rocker's multi-platinum success.
"I think the thing that comes over is not only how talented these guys are but also how much fun they were to work with," said Street in regards to the hazy footage, which shows the band energetically tinkering around in the studio, having fun, and recording their best known singles like "Girls and Boys" and "Parklife".
Be prepared to squint your eyes to get a good look at the video montage though. The footage is cleverly placed on an image of a MacBook Pro, in a pseudo Stephen Street recording rig, which makes it unnecessarily hard to get a good look at the then-boys of Blur on the grainy screen. Regardless, the footage takes you for a great, short stroll back down memory lane.
You can check out the footage in it's entirety here.