Revisit: Gorillaz: D-Sides
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Revisit: Gorillaz: D-Sides

D-Sides works as a compilation album because it shows every side of the Gorillaz story…

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Damon Albarn: Everyday Robots
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Damon Albarn: Everyday Robots

Damon Albarn has apparently run out of the sunshine he had in that bag. Despite…

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Blur: Parklive
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Blur: Parklive

Damon Albarn: Dr Dee
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Damon Albarn: Dr Dee

Alchemy has long been a part of Damon Albarn’s work. A Britpop notable while fronting…

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Rocket Juice and the Moon: Rocket Juice and the Moon
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Rocket Juice and the Moon: Rocket Juice and the Moon

Of late, the term supergroup is bandied about so carelessly and without irony to describe…

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Gorillaz: The Singles Collection: 2001-2011
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Gorillaz: The Singles Collection: 2001-2011

Everyone’s favorite virtual band is turning 10. A decade after their self-titled debut introduced the…

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DRC Music: Kinshasa One Two
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DRC Music: Kinshasa One Two

You can say this for Damon Albarn: the man’s no slacker. As though his legacy…

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Gorillaz: The Fall
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Gorillaz: The Fall

Gorillaz The Fall Rating: 2.9/5.0 Label: EMI Christmas 2010 held a nice surprise for Gorillaz…

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Concert Review: Gorillaz
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Concert Review: Gorillaz

What to expect from a Gorillaz live show? What can one expect? The most popular…

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Gorillaz: Plastic Beach
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Gorillaz: Plastic Beach

Gorillaz Plastic Beach Rating: 5.0/5.0 Label: Virgin Damon Albarn must be the most fame-averse pop…

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