Gorillaz - G Sides
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Release date: 01 January 2002
How do you remix a cartoon? Answer: like this...
This B-sides collection is aimed at the Japanese market, and the sleeve gives the game away. For once, Noodle (the Gorillaz girl whose parents are Manga cartoon characters) is the star. Apart from an X-Box or Julian Casablancas, it's hard to imagine Tokyo youth getting more excited about anything else. A cartoon character and the singer in Blur ! What's the Japanese for...
- Mar 15, 2002
Tracklisting click track to read more
- 19-2000 (Soulchild Remix)
- Rock the House (radio edit)
- The Sounder (Edit)
- Clint Eastwood (Phi Life Cypher Version)
- Ghost Train
- Hip Albatros
- Left Hand Suzuki Method
Specially commissioned Converse track
- Feb 23, 2012
Failing at ‘normal people’ jazz, but they do their thing so well
- Feb 21, 2012
Damon ditches the celeb mates and takes up the iPad for his best cartoon hip-hop album to date
- Jan 17, 2011
Blur and Gorillaz frontman says project could exist without Murdoc cartoon
Is the end of the cartoon band?
Jamie Hewlett directed promo for Converse collaboration
Gorillaz - G Sides: Wikipedia Album Entry
G-Sides is a B-sides collection by Gorillaz, featuring the additional tracks from their first three singles and the Tomorrow Comes Today EP. The compilation was originally released only in Japan in December 2001. The US edition (with slightly different track list) followed in February 2002. The European version, released in March 2002, features the original track list and the Brazilian release includes all the songs from both the Japanese and the US version. All versions have the same cover, featuring Noodle holding a skeleton doll resembling Jack Skellington in her hand, except for the Japanese and Canadian versions, which have her holding a Godzilla figurine instead.
G-Sides reached #65 on the UK Album Chart and #84 on the US Billboard 200.
Japan and UK release
"19-2000" (Soulchild remix)
"Rock the House" (radio edit)
"The Sounder" (edit)
"Clint Eastwood" (Phi Life Cypher version)
"Left Hand Suzuki Method"
"Clint Eastwood" (video)
"Rock The House" (video)
This Album received a Parental Advisory Logo for one use of profanity on the song Rock the House
Country Date Label Format Catalogue
Japan 12 December 2001 Toshiba-EMI CD TOCP-65932
United States 26 February 2002 Virgin CD 7243 8 11967 2 3
United Kingdom 11 March 2002 Parlophone CD 7243 5 36942 0 3
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The song "Hip Albatross" features sound clips from George A. Romero's 1978 and 1985 horror films Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead, respectively.
"Left Hand Suzuki Method" features a sample from "Mannish Boy" by Muddy Waters.
"Ghost Train" contains a sample from the The Human League's song "Sound of the Crowd".
The Soulchild Remix of "19-2000" was featured in a commercial for Icebreakers gum, T-Online, and in the Xbox game Project Gotham Racing.
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