Gorillaz (studio album) by Gorillaz
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The best album by Gorillaz is Demon Days which is ranked number 132 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 11,683.
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This album is rated in the top 3% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 77.5/100, a mean average of 76.5/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 77.5/100. The standard deviation for this album is 13.8.
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This is the birth of "Gorillaz", and a project that ended up being both influencial and revolutionary.
The mix of genres and ideas showcased in this album is both messy and charming.
Tracks like 19-2000 and Rock the House took a straight jab at the expectated sound of a popular music.
There is a lot to say about the depth and creativity shared between all the project's tracks. It unfortunetly also makes for its only weakness; its messiness.
One of my albums of 2001 back then. Still very good although some songs haven't aged as well as the singles
Nowhere near as good as Demon Days and Plastic Beach, but still contains two of their best songs - Clint Eastwood and Tomorrow Comes Today. And a few other gems too. As an album it doesn't really work for me. The last track is really long and annoying at times (I hate hidden tracks following 5 minutes of silence)
can't stand you loneliness.
It's for sure a bit of a mess of an album but what's to be expected from such an ambitious collaboration of hip-hop, alternative and electronic sounds for it's time. There's some great songs, and some a bit bemusing, but nothing truly awful - even the songs that lean towards filler have interesting elements.
Best Tracks: Clint Eastwood, Rock the House, 19-2000
Worst Tracks: Starshine, Latin Simone
Viagem no tempo pessoal. Incrível a mistura de hip hop, rock, eletrônico. Ainda soa atual.
Strange and aloof; the album has an atmosphere that makes it sound amateurish and DIY. One-of-a-kind at least.
A pretty solid first album that combines a lot of hip hop and alt rock. A lot of catchy, memorable songs make it stand out, however its somewhat overshadowed by what Gorillaz would do in their second and third albums.
Favorite tracks: Tomorrow Comes Today, Clint Eastwood, Sound Check (Gravity), 19-2000, Latin Simone
Although I like most of this, there were a few distinct moments of irritation.
A opener album that feels like a mix tape, Clint Eastwood steals the show.
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