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Gorillaz - Plastic Beach

Gorillaz - Plastic Beach
Performer: Gorillaz
Title: Plastic Beach
Genre: Electronic / Hip-Hop / Rock
Style:Leftfield, Trip Hop, Hip Hop
Released: 08 Mar 2010
Label: EMI
MP3 album szie: 2065 mb
FLAC album size: 1200 mb

Tracklist

1Plastic Beach (Feat. Mick Jones And Paul Simonon)
Bass [Additional], Featuring – Paul SimononElectric Guitar [Additional], Featuring – Mick Jones
3:47
2Welcome To The World Of The Plastic Beach (Feat. Snoop Dogg And Hypnotic Brass Ensemble)
Brass [Additional] – Hypnotic Brass EnsembleDrums [Additional] – Gabriel Manuals WallaceRecorded By – Chris Jackson , Josh Shultz, Ted ChungWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – Snoop Dogg
3:35
3Pirate Jet
Choir, Vocals [The Purple, The People, The Plastic Eating People] – Gruff Rhys, Janet Ramus, John Gibbon, Ladonna Harley-Peters, Lucy Randell, Marion Powell, Sharlene Hector, The Bullits, Wayne Hernandez, Wendi Rose, Yvonne StevensDrums [Additional] – Gabriel Manuals Wallace
2:32
4Orchestral Intro (Feat. Sinfonia ViVA)
Conductor, Orchestrated By, Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangements] – André de RidderOrchestra, Featuring – Sinfonia ViVAOrchestrated By, Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangements] – James Redwood
1:09
5Broken3:17
6To Binge (Feat. Little Dragon)
Keyboards [Additional], Featuring – Fredrik Wallin, Hakan WirenstrandWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – Yukimi Nagano
3:56
7Stylo (Feat. Mos Def And Bobby Womack)
Featuring [Vocals] – Bobby WomackLyrics By [Adapted From] – Michael HorovitzWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – Mos Def
4:30
8Rhinestone Eyes
Drums [Additional] – Gabriel Manuals Wallace
3:20
9Superfast Jellyfish (Feat. Gruff Rhys And De La Soul)
Drums [Additional] – Gabriel Manuals WallacePerformer, Electric Guitar [Additional], Featuring, Written-By – Gruff RhysWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – De La Soul
2:55
10Some Kind Of Nature (Feat. Lou Reed)
Choir, Vocals [The Purple, The People, The Plastic Eating People] – Gruff Rhys, Janet Ramus, John Gibbon, Ladonna Harley-Peters, Lucy Randell, Marion Powell, Sharlene Hector, The Bullits, Wayne Hernandez, Wendi Rose, Yvonne StevensDrums [Additional] – Gabriel Manuals WallacePerformer, Electric Guitar [Additional], Featuring, Written-By – Lou Reed
3:00
11Cloud Of Unknowing (Feat. Bobby Womack And Sinfonia ViVA)
Conductor, Orchestrated By – André de RidderElectric Guitar [Additional] – Simon TongOrchestra, Featuring – Sinfonia ViVAOrchestrated By – James RedwoodWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – Bobby Womack
3:06
12On Melancholy Hill3:54
13Empire Ants (Feat. Little Dragon)
Electric Guitar [Additional] – Simon TongKeyboards [Additional], Featuring – Fredrik Wallin, Hakan WirenstrandWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – Yukimi Nagano
4:43
14White Flag (Feat. Bashy, Kano And The National Orchestra For Arabic Music)
Conductor, Orchestrated By, Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangement] – Essam RafeaOrchestra – National Orchestra For Arabic MusicOther [Inspiration] – Wissam KhodurWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – Bashy, Kano
3:43
15Sweepstakes (Feat. Mos Def And Hypnotic Brass Ensemble)
Brass [Additional], Featuring – Hypnotic Brass EnsembleWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – Mos Def
5:20
16Glitter Freeze (Feat. Mark E Smith)
Electric Guitar [Additional] – Simon TongWritten-By, Performer, Featuring – Mark E. Smith
4:03

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5099962616614, 626 1661Gorillaz Plastic Beach ‎(2xLP, Album, 180)Parlophone, Parlophone5099962616614, 626 1661UK2010
5099962754828Gorillaz Plastic Beach ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, NTSC)Parlophone5099962754828Canada2010
6268672Gorillaz Plastic Beach ‎(CD, Album, Car)Parlophone6268672Australia2010
5099962616621Gorillaz Plastic Beach ‎(CD, Album)Parlophone5099962616621Europe2010
5099962686723Gorillaz Plastic Beach ‎(CD, Album)Parlophone5099962686723Brazil2010

Credits

  • DesignJ. C. Hewlett, Zombie Flesh Eaters
  • Recorded By [Assistend]Michael Makowski (tracks: 5, 9, 12)
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByJason Cox
  • Recorded By, Programmed ByStephen Sedgwick
  • Written-By, PerformerGorillaz

Notes

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Track 1. Seagulls recorded at Veolia Environment Services Pitsea Landfill Site & a Beach in Devon.

Track 4. "Rhinestone Eyes" Additional Vocals: Field recording at The Shrine, Lagos, Nigeria .

Track 5. "Stylo" Additional words adapted from Michael Horovitz's picture-poem 'A Postcard from Ireland' in 'Wordsounds & Sightlines'.

Track 6. "Superfast Jellyfish" Sample of Sir David Attenborough from BBC Natural World series . Sperm Whales: Back from the Abyss. (C) 2009 BBC. Used under license. All rights reserved. Contains a sample from the Swanson® advertisement for frozen breakfasts sandwiches & is used with the permission of Pinnacle Foods Group LLC. All rights reserved.

Track 7 + track 14. Yukimi Nagano (Little Dragon), Fredrik Wallin (Little Dragon)

Track 16. Choir, Vocals [The Purple, The People, The Plastic Eating People]: Yvonne Stevens aka Taka Boom

Track 17. Digital Booklet - Plastic Beach (PDF Document)

All tracks published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd. EXCEPT Track 2: Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / My Own Chit Music / EMI Blackwood Music, Inc (BMI) NYC. Track 3: Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / Blue Mountain Music (Because Music) / Bashy Holdings Ltd.. Track 5: Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / Medina Sound Music. Track 6: Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / 80's Kid Music & Kricketpub / BMI Music / Manett Publishing. Track 7 & 14: Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / WAVE Music Publishing / Kobalt Music Publishing. Track 8: Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / Minder Music Ltd. Track 9: Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / Lou reed Music administered through Spirit Music & EMI Music Publishing Ltd. Track 12: EMI Music Publishing Ltd / Medina Sound Music. Track 15. EMI Music Publishing Ltd.

Tracks 5, 9 & 12: recording assisted at Chung King Studios. Programmed at Studio 13. Track 13: Mixed at Studio 13. Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC. All tracks recorded at Studio 13. EXCEPT Track 1: Recorded at Rolls Royce Factory Derby UK & Studio 13. Seagulls recorded at Veolia Environment Services Pitsea Landfill Site & a Beach in Devon. Track 2: Recorded at Studio 13, Capitol Studios, Hollywood CA & Chung King Studios New York. Track 3: Recorded at Al Assad for Culture & Arts, Damascus, Syria & Studio 13. Track 4: Recorded at Studio 13 & The Shrine, Lagos, Nigeria . Track 5, 9 & 12: Recorded at Chung King Studios New York & Studio 13. Track 13: Recorded at Rolls Royce Factory Derby UK & Studio 13. Seagulls recorded at Veolia Environment Services Pitsea Landfill Site & a Beach in Devon. Track 15: Recorded at Chung King Studios New York, Studio 13, Rolls Royce Factory Derby UK, Veolia Environment Services Pitsea Landfill Site & a Beach in Devon.

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Published By – EMI Blackwood Music Inc.
  • Published By – My Own Chit Music
  • Published By – Blue Mountain Music
  • Published By – Because Music
  • Published By – Bashy Holdings Ltd.
  • Published By – Medina Sound Music
  • Published By – 80's Kid Music
  • Published By – Kricket Spit Publishing
  • Published By – Manett Publishing
  • Published By – Wave Music Publishing
  • Published By – Kobalt Music Publishing
  • Published By – Minder Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Lou Reed Music
  • Licensed Through – Spirit Music
  • Licensed Through – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Recorded At – 13
  • Engineered At – 13
  • Mixed At – 13
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Recorded At – Rolls Royce Factory
  • Recorded At – Capitol Studios
  • Recorded At – Chung King Studios
  • Recorded At – Al Assad For Culture & Arts
  • Recorded At – The Shrine

Short intro

Gorillaz - Plastic Beach Full Album. Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach feat. Snoop Dogg and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble. Plastic Beach is the third studio album by British virtual band Gorillaz. It was released on 3 March 2010 by Parlophone internationally and by Virgin Records in the United States. Conceived from an unfinished project called Carousel, the album was recorded from June 2008 to November 2009, and was produced primarily by group co-creator Damon Albarn. It features guest appearances by such artists as Snoop Dogg, Gruff Rhys, De La Soul, Bobby Womack, Mos Def, Lou Reed, Mark E. Smith, Bashy, Kano and Little. Plastic Beach is the third studio album by English virtual band Gorillaz. It was released on 3 March 2010 in the United Kingdom by Parlophone and in the United States by Virgin Records. Conceived from an unfinished project titled Carousel, the album was recorded from June 2008 to November 2009 and was produced primarily by group co-creator Damon Albarn. It features collaborations with Snoop Dogg, Gruff Rhys, De La Soul, Bobby Womack, Mos Def, Lou Reed, Mick Jones, Mark E. Smith, Paul Simonon, Bashy. Plastic Beach is the third studio album by British virtual band Gorillaz, released 3 March 2010 on Parlophone and Virgin Records. Conceived from an unfinished Gorillaz project called Carousel, the album was recorded from June 2008 to November 2009 and produced primarily by group co-creator Damon Albarn. It features guest appearances by several artists, including Snoop Dogg, Gruff Rhys, De La Soul, Bobby Womack, Yasiin Bey, Lou Reed, Mick Jones and the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble. Plastic Beach Track Info. Release Date March 3, 2010. Delivered five years after the delicate whimsical melancholy of 2005s Demon Days, Plastic Beach is an explicit sequel to its predecessor, its story line roughly picking up in the dystopian future where the last album left off, its music offering a grand, big-budget expansion of Demon Days, spinning off its cameo-crammed blueprint. Plastic Beach. Gorillaz, Snoop Dogg, Damon Albarn. Gorillaz, Jamie Hewlett, Damon Albarn, De La Soul, Gruff Rhys - Superfast Jellyfish. Gorillaz, Jamie Hewlett, Damon Albarn, sinfonia ViVA - Orchestral Intro. Gorillaz, Snoop Dogg, Jamie Hewlett, Damon Albarn - Welcome To The World Of The Plastic Beach. Gorillaz, Jamie Hewlett, Damon Albarn, Kano, Bashy, Kane Robinson - White Flag. Gorillaz, Jamie Hewlett, Damon Albarn - Rhinestone Eyes. Gorillaz, Jamie Hewlett, Damon Albarn - Stylo. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Genre: Electropop. Plastic Beach is the first Gorillaz album to play like a soundtrack to a cartoon - which isnt entirely a bad thing, because as Albarn grows as a composer, hes a master of subtly shifting moods and intricately threaded allusions, often creating richly detailed collages that are miniature marvels. Full Review
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After a five year absence, the Gorillaz’s release of the album “Plastic Beach” showcases a completely different blend of music by the group. While the music on their first two albums was a mixture of alternative rock and hip hop, their third and latest album incorporates a wide array of artists, from Snoop Dogg to the National Orchestra for Arabic Music, and a heavy emphasis on electronic sound. Although the number of guest appearances is outrageously high, the themes of the album are conveyed by the arrangement of constructed sounds; primarily an overzealous use of synthesizers. Thus, despite the rapid attack of hip hop in some songs, i.e. “Superfast Jellyfish” or “White Flag,” and the emphasis on the vocals of Bobby Womack, in “Stylo” and “Cloud of Unknowing, ”Plastic Beach” is essentially an electronic album, for the glue which holds the album together and accentuates the vocals is the arrangement of synthetic sounds.

The album involves a variety of sounds, from the orchestral components in “White Flag” and “Sweepstakes,” to the audio clips of beach sounds, like seagull calls and waves crashing, in “Orchestral Intro,” however it is the use of synthesizers which defines the overall sound of the album. The track “Empire Ants” begins with a slow, melancholy voice over a minimal sonic backdrop, however a chirping synthesizer evolves until eventually the Gorillaz drop a strong, electro pop baseline. The manner in which the song develops from a slow tempo with a focus on the vocals to a strong baseline with a dance groove feel truly demonstrates the appeal of the Gorillaz, thus, “Empire Ants” is a personal highlight from the album. “Glitter Freeze” displays the group’s emphasis on constructed sounds and ability to form beats out of such sounds. While in the introduction the song is a clash of synthetic sounds, the madness of noise surprisingly turns into an interesting beat, yet by the end of the song the beat has disappeared and the madness of noise returns. Popular favorites from the album include the single “Stylo” and the heavy hip hop track “Superfast Jellyfish,” however the tracks “Rhinestone Eyes” and “Empire Ants” both deserve an audience.

Although the past Gorillaz albums have been extremely different from contemporary alternative rock and hip hop, after one listens to the tracks of “Plastic Beach” the ingenuity and novelty of the album is undeniable. However the album’s distinctiveness doesn’t derive from a new technology or software, but rather from the combination of sound types. The Gorillaz supplement all types of vocals, orchestra excerpts, and natural sounds, with electronic music; each track on the album has unique aspects, like the drone of Snoop Dogg or a rap battle between Bashy and Kano, yet all share and a strong electronic foundation. Thus, “Plastic Beach” deserves its place in the history of electronic music alongside Karlheinz Stockhausen. Just as Stockhausen was successful in combining synthetic sounds and recorded sounds, the Gorillaz have combined the genres of hip hop, alternative rock, and pop with electronic music to create the new experience which is “Plastic Beach.”

While tracks such as “Stylo” have achieved acclaim as a single, “Plastic Beach” is a complete musical experience, thus listening to all the tracks is essential. Admittedly, the Gorillaz’s third album is very different from their previous work; however the change is undoubtedly in the right direction. Though “Plastic Beach” may not be what the audience initially expects, the resulting electronic experience is captivating.