Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Orchestral Intro
2.8 1:09
2 Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach
3.25 3:36
3 White Flag
3.5 3:43
4 Rhinestone Eyes
3.35 3:20
5 Stylo
4.35 4:31
6 Superfast Jellyfish
4 2:55
7 Empire Ants
4.6 4:44
8 Glitter Freeze
3.25 4:03
9 Some Kind of Nature
3.25 3:00
10 On Melancholy Hill
4 3:54
11 Broken
3.75 3:17
12 Sweepstakes
3.65 5:20
13 Plastic Beach
3.5 3:47
14 To Binge
3.5 3:56
15 Cloud of Unknowing
3.75 3:06
16 Pirate Jet
3.8 2:32
DVD-Video 2
# Title Rating Length
1 The Making of Plastic Beach Documentary
45:00

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Devon, England, United Kingdom (tracks 1, 13, 15)
additional bass guitar:
Paul Simonon (track 13)
additional membranophone:
Gabriel Manuals Wallace (tracks 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 16)
additional guitar:
Mick Jones (The Clash/Big Audio Dynamite) (track 13)
Gruff Rhys (track 6)
Simon Tong (tracks 8, 15)
Lou Reed (track 9)
additional guitar [guitars]:
Simon Tong (track 7)
additional brass:
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (tracks 2, 12)
additional keyboard:
additional jew's harp:
David Coulter (track 16)
additional lyricist:
Michael Horovitz (track 5)
assistant recording engineer:
Michael Makowski (tracks 5, 9, 12)
choir vocals:
composer:
Gorillaz (Virtual Band) (tracks 1–16)
Gruff Rhys (track 6)
Lou Reed (track 9)
conductor:
Essam Rafea (track 3)
André de Ridder (tracks 1, 15)
contains samples by:
Sir David Attenborough (broadcaster and naturalist) (track 6)
lyricist:
Gorillaz (Virtual Band) (tracks 2–16)
Gruff Rhys (track 6)
Bashy (track 3)
De La Soul (track 6)
Kano (UK hip-hop artist) (track 3)
Mos Def (tracks 5, 12)
Lou Reed (track 9)
Mark E. Smith (former lead singer of British post‐punk band The Fall) (track 8)
Snoop Dogg (US rapper) (track 2)
miscellaneous support:
Wissam Khodur (track 3)
mixer:
Jason Cox (UK production/engineer) (tracks 1–16)
orchestra:
Sinfonia ViVA (tracks 1, 15)
orchestrator:
James Redwood (tracks 1, 15)
Essam Rafea (track 3)
André de Ridder (tracks 1, 15)
performer:
Gorillaz (Virtual Band) (tracks 2–16)
Gruff Rhys (track 6)
Bashy (track 3)
De La Soul (track 6)
Kano (UK hip-hop artist) (track 3)
Mos Def (tracks 5, 12)
Lou Reed (track 9)
Mark E. Smith (former lead singer of British post‐punk band The Fall) (track 8)
Snoop Dogg (US rapper) (track 2)
producer:
Gorillaz (Virtual Band) (tracks 1–16)
programming:
Stephen Sedgwick (tracks 1–16)
recording engineer:
Ted Chung (track 2)
Jason Cox (UK production/engineer) (tracks 1–16)
Chris Jackson (US recording engineer, Tha Hollywood Spot) (track 2)
Stephen Sedgwick (tracks 1–16)
Josh Shultz (track 2)
vocals:
Bobby Womack (tracks 5, 15)
publisher:
80's Kid Music (track 6)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 1–16)
Lou Reed Music (track 9)
Manett Publishing (track 6)
Medina Sound Music (tracks 5, 12)
Minder Music (track 8)
Spirit Music (track 9)
mixed at:
13 (Started by Damon Albarn) in London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 1–16)
recorded at:
Chung King Studios in New York, New York, United States (tracks 2, 5, 9, 12, 15)
13 (Started by Damon Albarn) in London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 1–16)
The New Afrika Shrine in Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria (2008) (track 4)
has remixes:
mash-ups:
recording of:
Broken (track 11)
Cloud of Unknowing (track 15)
Empire Ants (track 7)
Glitter Freeze (track 8)
On Melancholy Hill (track 10)
Orchestral Intro (track 1)
Pirate Jet (track 16)
Plastic Beach (track 13)
Rhinestone Eyes (track 4)
Stylo (track 5)
Sweepstakes (track 12)
To Binge (track 14)
White Flag (track 3)