The Good, the Bad & the Queen

The Good, the Bad & the Queen

Damon Albarn sure is an interesting bloke. Her he eschews more mainstream pop music to explore a slightly darker side. Employing some really great comrades in legendary African drummer Tony Allen, ex-Clash bassist Paul Simonon, and the Verve's guitarist Simon Tong. Given the rhythm section, there definitely could have been stronger African influences, but it's still a really interesting album, with some great songs on it. And bully to him for getting Paul Simonon to come out of retirement!

  • the soundtrack to Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's stage adaptation of the 16th century Chinese classic 'Journey To The West'. i've been dying to get this since i saw the show in 2007, but sadly this is not direct recording of the... the soundtrack to Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's stage adaptation of the 16th century Chinese classic 'Journey To The West'. i've been dying to get this since i saw the show in 2007, but sadly this is not direct recording of the musical. it's a very inspired piece of work though, and a must listen if you're a Gorillaz/Damon Albarn fan. i'll keep my fingers crossed for a dvd release.

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  • I've been a fan of Gorillaz since their first album debuted in 2001. Not just the music but the band concept. They're a virtual hip hop/ trip hop group. The whole group is a collaboration between artists Dan the Automator, Damon A... I've been a fan of Gorillaz since their first album debuted in 2001. Not just the music but the band concept. They're a virtual hip hop/ trip hop group. The whole group is a collaboration between artists Dan the Automator, Damon Albarn from Blur, Del the Funky Homosapien, illustrator Jamie Hewlett and Cibo Matto's Miho Hatori and more. This Album features cameos by MF Doom and the Happy Mondays Shaun Ryder. Favorite tracks: Every Planet We Reach is Dead Dirty Harry Dare All Alone

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