Gorillaz - Gorillaz (Clean)
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Release date: 03 March 2003
Damon Albarn side-project, a mixed, but occasionally very fashionable bag
Is west London an artistic state of mind? For those living in Hounslow it is a tangible, grey reality. But for generations of Bohemian musician types it's represented a W11, genre-busting nirvana; where cultures melt, bass bins boom, and middle-class white boys talk in an embarrassing dubwise patois. One can easily track the west London lineage from The Clash's dub adventures...
- Mar 21, 2001
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- Tomorrow Comes Today
- New Genius (Brother)
- Clint Eastwood
- Man Research (Clapper)
- Sound Check (Gravity)
- Double Bass
- Rock The House (Explicit)
- Latin Simone (Que Pasa Contigo)
- Slow Country
- M1 A1
- Left Hand Suzuki Method
- Clint Eastwood (Ed Case/Sweetie Irie Refix) (Full Version)
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
Unreleased song was recorded for 'Plastic Beach' sessions
Blur and Gorillaz frontman says project could exist without Murdoc cartoon
Is the end of the cartoon band?
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