What music would you have played at your funeral? “I’m Your Man” by Wham! I think it’s one of the grossest pieces of music ever. It’s nonsensically happy and it’s got that horrible saxophone in it. I wouldn’t want to make a funeral more tragic by playing something extremely sad. (Q magazine, July 2000)
its like being molested by 4 james blunts with a nostril full of the smell of...– Graham’s response to Chris Martin of Coldplay saying they ripped off “Sing” for their last album. THIS QUOTE IS THE REASON WHY I LOVE GRAHAM. SO POETIC, YET SO BITCHY & DISGUSTING.
Question: A lot of the way this record [self-titled Blur album] sounds reflects what you’ve been listening to, which is mainly American music. Graham: I can’t really pin it down to just American. I’ve been listening to like..soul, hip-hop, and what people may term as ‘punk,’ but it’s kind of…I’ve been still listening to English things,...
But electric (guitars)—I’ve lost count. There’s millions of...– Graham, Times article
Twitter user RUAndrewBrannan: @grahamcoxon What’s your favorite Blur track? Graham’s response: @RUAndrewBrannan rather like blue jeans — “Blue Jeans” is such a lovely melancholy song, it makes me feel sort of happy to know that it’s Graham’s favorite.