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- Posted on Dec 8th 2009 4:50AM by Stephen Dowling
"It was stadiums and everybody singing and very euphoric," Albarn told the Guardian. "Then after the last gig in Scotland I got on the train and left it all behind. That's it, I haven't thought about it since."
He added: "I loved every second of it but then when it had finished it was like, we've all got to get on with our lives now."
Blur went into hiatus soon after the departure of guitarist Graham Coxon during the recording of the 2003 album 'Think Tank'. The band reformed this year to play a string of dates which included London Hyde Park shows and headlining the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury on Sunday night.
Albarn is currently working on the latest album his other band, Gorillaz. 'Plastic Beach' will feature contributions from the Horrors and Alan Moore, the creator of the Watchmen graphic novels.