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Spacemonkeyz Vs. Gorillaz: Laika Come Home
 : Spacemonkeyz Vs. Gorillaz: Laika Come Home

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by: GORILLAZ


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Spacemonkeyz Versus Gorillaz
EAN: 0724354036224
Feature: Spacemonkeyz Versus Gorillaz - Laika Come Home
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 4748422559
Label: Parlophone
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Parlophone
MPN: 7243 540 362 2 4
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: July 16, 2002
Publisher: Parlophone
Release Date: July 16, 2002
Studio: Parlophone

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  • Spacemonkeyz Versus Gorillaz - Laika Come Home



Disc 1:
  1. 19/2000 (Jungle Fresh)
  2. Slow Country (Strictly Rubbadub)
  3. Tomorrow Comes Today (Banana Baby)
  4. Man Research (Monkey Racket
  5. Punk (De-Punked)
  6. 5/4 (P.45)
  7. Starshine (Dub 09)
  8. Soundcheck (Gravity) (Crooked Dub)
  9. New Genius (Brother) (Mutant Genius)
  10. Re Hash (Come Again)
  11. Clint Eastwood (A Fistful Of Peanuts)
  12. M1A1 (Lil' Dub Chefin')
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Amazon.com:
Sure, Gorillaz sounded original, but it was a pop project with all the constraints that went with it--can you imagine the six-minute remixed version of "Clint Eastwood" making it onto MTV? But that's exactly what makes Laika Come Home so good. It's a reimagined collection filled with bone-shaking dubscapes and enough reverb to transmit a message to the farthest edges of the universe. Listen to the "De-Punked" version of "Punk" with its meandering, decayed trumpet and computerized tweaks--hardly recognizable as the original--or the swinging old-school ska that crops ups on "5/4." The two-tone skank of "M1/A1" (with Terry Hall) sounds as if it should have been the original version, but the real killer tracks are those injected with dancehall vibes by DJ U Brown and Earl 16. Who says "you don't get paid for doing what you love?"--not Damon Albarn. --Caroline Butler



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