Blur are two entirely different bands depending on which side of the Atlantic you're currently standing.

Stateside, the London four-piece are mostly known as one of the more visible Britpop outfits of the '90s and the primary band of Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn.

But in the U.K., Blur are one of the most iconic and culturally significant bands of the past quarter-century, responsible for penning generation-defining anthems and giving a post-modern voice to the working class. They weren't just among the throngs of Britpop bands, they were hugely influential within the genre and when the parameters of the scene became too stifling, Blur reinvented themselves as indie-rockers and experimentalists -- all while setting the pace for British bands in the millennium. Now with their long-awaited reunion album placed firmly within their discography, it's clear they're continuing to fearlessly push forward.

In the gallery above, we take a look back at Blur's discography and rank each of their albums from worst to first.