14 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The debut album from 2006’s most unexpected duo—Goodie Mob’s CeeLo Green and underground-rap super-producer Danger Mouse—sounds like the past and future at once, an ecstatic blend of experimental beats and golden-age soul. “Go-Go Gadget Gospel” is a burst of frantic breakbeats, exuberant horns, and gospel-choir wails of “I’m free!”, while “Crazy,” a super-sized pop smash that sacrifices none of the freak funk, sees the duo probing the strange recesses of the human psyche.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The debut album from 2006’s most unexpected duo—Goodie Mob’s CeeLo Green and underground-rap super-producer Danger Mouse—sounds like the past and future at once, an ecstatic blend of experimental beats and golden-age soul. “Go-Go Gadget Gospel” is a burst of frantic breakbeats, exuberant horns, and gospel-choir wails of “I’m free!”, while “Crazy,” a super-sized pop smash that sacrifices none of the freak funk, sees the duo probing the strange recesses of the human psyche.

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