Thursday, December 10, 2009

New Gorillaz Album In 2010

The third Gorillaz album will feature one newly announced GPS voice, two iconic frontmen of the ‘60s and ’70s, and more, lending to a contributing line-up as eclectic as the one heard on 2005’s Demon Days. The GPS voice, Snoop Dogg, plus Lou Reed of the Velvet Underground and Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, will be heard alongside Mos Def, Bobby Womack, The Horrors and the Syrian National Symphony Orchestra in Plastic Beach, out 2010. For Demon Days, production by Danger Mouse and guest spots from De La Soul and Ike Turner lent to sounds more ominous than breakout single “Clint Eastwood.” However, as Gorillaz leader Damon Albarn told The Guardian, Plastic Beach promises to be “the most pop record [he’s] ever made.”

"November Has Come" is my personal favourite Gorillaz tune. Check out this live performance from the Demon Dayz concert. If you've never seen this concert before I highly recommend it. The production is incredible and the performances are equally as good.

1 comment:

smilextoxlaughx said...

Man I can not wait for it (the new gorillaz album) to come out