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Album Review

Delivered five years after the delicate whimsical melancholy of Demon Days, Gorillaz's Plastic Beach is an explicit sequel to its predecessor, picking up in the dystopian future where the last album left off, its music offering a grand expansion of Demon Days, spinning off its cameo-crammed blueprint. A common thread among these tracks is they find Damon Albarn ceding the spotlight to his fellow musicians, preferring to be the puppetmaster behind the curtain, and Plastic Beach works best when he's finding hidden strengths within his guests. The album accentuates moody texture over pop hooks, and Plastic Beach is the first Gorillaz album to play like a cartoon soundtrack — which isn't a bad thing, because as Albarn grows as a composer, he crafts richly detailed collages that are miniature marvels.

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Expressions can't explain just listen..

For one I'm a fan of Gorillaz and Little Dragon. You need to listen to "Empire Ants" and "To Binge" ..their voices together( Damon Albarn and Yukimi Nagano ) just can't resist the combination of the two and may I add the lyrics are like how you can look at an abstract painting and really know how to appreciate its expression. My favorite by the Gorillaz on this album is "Rhinestone Eyes" ..anyways all I can say is just listen and download the album already.

Phenomenal

R.I.P Lou Reed and Bobby Womack

This album is amazing, it's one of my favorite albums of all time. I'm looking forward to a new Gorillaz album. All of the previous ones are great (Demon Days, Gorillaz, G-Sides, D-Sides), but this one with all it's collaborators makes it different... in a good way. Good job Gorillaz

Phenomenal

I absolutely love this album!!! Great job!

Biography

Formed: 2000 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Conceived as the first "virtual hip-hop group," Gorillaz blended the musical talents of Dan "The Automator" Nakamura, Blur's Damon Albarn, Cibo Matto's Miho Hatori, and Tom Tom Club's Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz with the arresting visuals of Jamie Hewlett, best known as the creator of the cult comic Tank Girl. Nakamura's Deltron 3030 cohorts Kid Koala and Del tha Funkee Homosapien rounded out the creative team behind the Gorillaz quartet, whose virtual members included 2-D, the cute but spacy...
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