To coincide with their live comeback this summer, Brit-pop boys Blur are to release a new compilation album.

"Mid-life: A Beginners Guide To Blur" is a double album aimed at younger audiences who may have missed out on the band's early days. A statement explains that "the collection has been designed as an introduction for those who might have missed out on Blur's prolific recording career."

"The Best Of Blur," released back in 2000, would probably have done the same job, and, as you can see below, contains many of the same tracks:

'Girls & Boys'
'For Tomorrow'
'Coffee & TV'
'Out Of Time'
'Blue Jeans'
'Song 2'
'He Thought Of Cars'
'Death Of A Party'
'The Universal'
'This Is A Low'

'She's So High'
'Chemical World'
'Good Song'
'Trimm Trabb'
'Strange News From Another Star'
'Battery In Your Leg'

'Midlife: A Beginners Guide To Blur' is due for release on June 15.