Continuing with his prolific solo career, Graham Coxon is raw and heavy again. His solo albums have gone through many genres, from dark folk to punk rock. A+E is bluesy and dirty, and loud. No one knows what the much talked about Blur reunion album will sound like. Perhaps, Graham Coxon is back to his rock and roll roots, a hint that the Blur record will be similar. Nevertheless, these solo albums hold their own, as he is not just another self-indulgent ex-rockstar. Graham Coxon has a clear vision of what he's doing and how diverse his discography is becoming. This is a kick ass album, whether you're a Blur fan or not.