Gorillaz - Demon Days [Import] | RECORD STORE DAY

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This European version features the CD & a bonus VCD. a side project doesn't usually hit gold, especially when said project is a quirky virtual collective fronted by cartoon characters. But the first, self-titled album by Gorillaz-the brainchild of illustrator Jamie Hewlett and Blur frontman Damon Albarn-actually hit platinum and turned into a surprise worldwide hit. Naturally expectations were a lot higher for Gorillaz's sophomore effort, but Demon Days actually is even better than it's predecessor. With producer Dan "the Automator" Nakamura gone, Albarn, a.k.a. 2D, has paired up with DJ Danger Mouse (responsible for the infamous Grey Album that illegally mixed the Beatles and Jay-Z) to steer the musical ship, while a whole new slew of guests enlivens the proceedings. Albarn has described Demon Days as being darker, but there's a real kooky dance-party vibe coursing through the CD. Despite it's somber tone, 'Kids with Guns' is lifted by a killer bass line, for instance, while the catchy first single, 'Feel Good Inc', is augmented by an appealing contribution from de la Soul. Other noteworthy guests include Roots Manuva and Tricky collaborator Martina Topley-Bird on the dubby 'All Alone' and Happy Mondays singer Shaun Ryder on the bouncy 'Dare'. And yet it's a 69-year-old actor who gets to deliver the most baffling contribution-just listen to Dennis Hopper's spoken-word narrative on 'Fire Coming Out of the Monkey's Head'. This edition features the original 15 tracks plus the bonus VCD that features the music videos for 'Feel Good Inc' & 'Dare'. EMI. 2005.