‘Opportunity’ Knox I quite like this. The subject matter is grim, but in contrast to most of the other songs in the second half of the album, it's easier to swallow via the satirical treatment. Although it has elements of French resistance tango, it doesn't turn into a dirge thanks to the more aggressive delivery and the faster pace near the end. A short burst of energy before the drudgery conveyed by the final tracks. Also, I love it when artists have callbacks to characters they created for previous songs (see Bowie's Major Tom returning in "Ashes To Ashes"). The telling name 'Opportunity' Knox reminds me of Blur's anti-heroes such as Colin Zeal or Ernold Same, which is a welcome association. 4 They did on occasion. It's included in the otherwise shortened setlist (because Neil unfortunately had a cold) of the Cologne show that was broadcast by WDR's Rockpalast.