Demon Days

~ Release group by Gorillaz

Album

Release Format Tracks Date Country Label Catalog# Barcode
Official
Demon Days Copy Control CD 16 東芝EMI 株式会社 (record company, do not use as release label - check obi, back or disc for imprint! Ended 2007-06-29) TOCP-66380 4988006828933
Demon Days CD 15 Parlophone 00946 311691 2 0, 0946 311691 2 0, 311 6912 094631169120
Demon Days CD 15 EMI Music Australia (not for release label use!) 311688 2 094631168826
Demon Days CD 15 Parlophone 474 4070 724347440700
Demon Days 2×12" Vinyl 7 + 8 Parlophone 07243 873838 1 4 724387383814
Demon Days CD 15 Virgin Records America (DO NOT USE! please refer to either “Virgin” or “Virgin America”) 7243 8 73838 2 1 724387383821
Demon Days (special price limited edition) CD 16 Parlophone TOCP-66466 4988006834750
Demon Days (limited edition 2 disc set) Copy Control CD + DVD 16 + 6 Parlophone TOCP-66381 4988006829626
Demon Days CD 15 EMI (EMI Records, since 1972), Parlophone 0946 311688 2 6 094631168826
Demon Days Copy Control CD 15 Parlophone 0946 311688 2 6 094631168826
Demon Days (limited edition) CD + DVD 15 + 6 EMI (EMI Records, since 1972) 7243 4 77304 0 5 724347730405
Demon Days (premium edition) CD 16 Parlophone TOCP-66534 4988006841451
Demon Days CD 16 Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) 3578082 094635780826
Demon Days (24bit/44.1kHz) Digital Media 15 Parlophone [none]
Demon Days 2×12" Vinyl 7 + 8 Warner Bros. Records (“WB” logo, with or without “records” beneath or on banner across), Parlophone 559329-1 190295859992
Demon Days CD 15 Warner Bros. Records (“WB” logo, with or without “records” beneath or on banner across) 738388-PRL2 724387383821
Promotion
Demon Days (instrumental) CD-R 13 Parlophone [none]
Demon Days (instrumental) 2×12" Vinyl 6 + 7 Parlophone 07243873838
Bootleg
Demon Days (unknown) 23

Relationships

associated singles/EPs: Demon Days
El Mañana
Allmusic: http://www.allmusic.com/album/mw0000205005 [info]
Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/master/58002 [info]
Wikidata: Q834418 [info]
lyrics page: http://genius.com/albums/Gorillaz/Demon-days [info]
http://lyrics.wikia.com/wiki/Gorillaz:Demon_Days_(2005) [info]
other databases: http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/gorillaz/demon_days/ [info]
reviews: http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/56vr [info]

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Gorillaz return with a blisteringly good album that happily skips from genre to genre and looks set to be one of the most rewarding albums you'll hear this year.

WhenGorillaz's debut album came out in 2002, buoyed by the huge success of the "Clint Eastwood" single, no one really knew what Albarn and co. were up to. We knew the band was supposedly made up of ten year old musical genius Noodle, Satan worshipping green toothed bassist Murdoc, cuddly brick sh*thouse drummer Russel and the blue-haired singer 2D "for the ladies", but it essentiallysounded like an Albarn solo album produced by then-collaborator Dan The Automator. Singles aside, the debut album sounded somewhat unfinished, with most tracks being no more than vague sketches.

Demon Days is a different, more widescreen kettle of fish altogether. Hooking up this time with Dangermouse, who produced the online bootlegGrey Album which spliced Jay-Z's Black and The Beatles' White albums together to create merry copyright hell, Albarn has accumulated a stellar supporting cast of star guests to broaden Gorillaz's musical horizon.

Tracks such as the basstastic current hit single "Feel Good Inc" featuring De La Soul and the free download "Dirty Harry", which seems to blend the menace of a children's choir over a Tom Tom Club-ish funk stand out. Shaun Ryder guests on the mighty "Dare", and sounds more alive than he has for years. But the album's highlight has to be the rumbling dub of "All Alone" which unites Roots Manuva with Martina Topley-Bird.

Other unlikely collaborators crop up throughout, with Ike Turner on "Every Planet We Reach Is Dead", Neneh Cherry sexily supporting "Kids With Guns" and Dennis Hopper narrating a tale about the happy folk on "Fire Coming Out Of A Monkey's Head".

A concise and enjoyable 50 minutes, Demon Days is so much more than just a rock star's novelty side project or thinly veiled solo album. It's a triumph for all concerned and should rightfully end the year as being one of its finest and most celebrated releases. Tremendous.