Gorillaz ‎– Humanz - 2017 Trip Hop - Sealed 180 Grm 2LP

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Gorillaz ‎– Humanz


Parlophone ‎– 0190295851194
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album


Standard edition. Heavyweight vinyl. Gatefold sleeve, which also contains a download card.

Made in the EU.

28 Apr 2017
Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop
Trip Hop




A1 Intro: I Switched My Robot Off
Narrator – Ben Mendelsohn
A2 Ascension
– Vince Staples Vocals
A3 Strobelite
Peven Everett Vocals
A4 Saturnz Barz
Featuring – Popcaan Vocals
A5 Momentz
Featuring – De La Soul 3:17



B1 Interlude: The Non-Conformist Oath
Vocals [Sampled] – Steve Martin
B2 Submission
Danny Brown, Kelela 3:22

B3 Charger
Featuring – Grace Jones
B4 Interlude: Elevator Going Up
Narrator – Ben Mendelsohn
B5 Andromeda

B6 Busted And Blue
Vocals [Additional] – Kelela



C1 Interlude: Talk Radio
Narrator – Ben Mendelsohn
C2 Carnival
Featuring – Anthony Hamilton
C3 Let Me Out
Featuring – Mavis Staples, Pusha T
C4 Interlude: Penthouse
Narrator – Ben Mendelsohn
C5 Sex Murder Party
Featuring – Jamie Principle, Zebra Katz



D1 She's My Collar
Featuring – Kali Uchis
D2 Interlude: The Elephant
Narrator – Ben Mendelsohn
D3 Hallelujah Money
Featuring – Benjamin Clementine
D4 We Got The Power (Version 2:18:482)
Synthesizer – Jean-Michel Jarre Noel Gallagher



Companies, etc.

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Parlophone Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Gorillaz Partnership
Recorded At – 13 (2)
Recorded At – 4220 Feng Shui Studios
Recorded At – Geejam Studios
Recorded At – Thomas Crown Studio
Recorded At – JMJ Studios
Mixed At – 13 (2)
Mastered At – Metropolis Studios
Published By – Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
Published By – Studio Confession Entertainment
Published By – Never Go Broke Publishing
Published By – Sony ATV
Published By – YonaBona
Published By – Copyright Control
Published By – Hip-Hop Anonymous
Published By – OLA'S BOY MUSIC
Published By – Warp Music Ltd.
Published By – These Are Songs Of Pulse
Published By – Neighborhood Pusha Publishing
Published By – Datlilgirl Music Publishing
Published By – Ima Read
Published By – EOS Publishing
Published By – Warner Chappell Music France

Artwork – J.C. Hewlett*
Artwork [Assistance] – LuckyMe Studio
Co-producer – Fraser T Smith
Engineer – Stephen Sedgwick
Mastered By – John Davies (2)
Mixed By – Stephen Sedgwick
Musical Assistance – Alex Baez, Casey Cuyao, Jonathan Lackey, KT Pipal, Samuel Egglenton
Producer – Damon Albarn, Remi Kabaka, The Twilite Tone*
Written-By – Anthony Hamilton (tracks: C2), Benjamin Sainte-Clémentine* (tracks: D3), Shelley Massenburg-Smith* (tracks: B5), Damon Albarn (tracks: A2, A3, A4, A5, B2, B3, B5, B6, C2, C3, C5, D1, D3, D4), Daniel Sewell (tracks: B2), Dave Jolicoeur (tracks: A5), Grace Jones (tracks: B3), Graham Coxon (tracks: B2), Jamie Principle (tracks: C5), Jean-Michel Jarre (tracks: A5, D4), Jehnny Beth(tracks: D4), Karly Loaiza* (tracks: D1), Kelela Mizanekristos* (tracks: B2), Kelvin Mercer (tracks: A5),Noel Gallagher (tracks: D4), Peven Everett (tracks: A3), Andrae Sutherland* (tracks: A4), Terrence Thornton* (tracks: C3), Stephen Martin* (tracks: B1), Vincent Staples* (tracks: A2), Vincent Mason(tracks: A5), Ojay Morgan* (tracks: C5)




"Saturnz Barz" contains a sample of the instructional voice-over of Interactive Planetarium by Scientific Toys Limited.
"Interlude: The Non-Conformist Oath" contains a sample of "A Wild and Crazy Guy" as written and performed by Steve Martin (2), from his album A Wild and Crazy Guy.
"Submission" contains a sample from "Your Love" as written and performed by Jamie Principle.

*The Humanz are: Rasul A-Salaam, Starr Busby, Melanie J-B Charles, Drea O'Nur, Giovanni James, Marcus Anthony Johnson, Janelle Kroll, Brandon Markell Holmes and Imani Vonsha.



" Humanz demonstrates the pros and cons of Albarn’s musical restlessness. As usual, he displays exquisite taste in collaborators – everyone from fast-rising rapper DRAM to dancehall singer Popcaan to old-school Chicago house legend Jamie Principle – and an impressive ability to get the best out of them by throwing them into unlikely circumstances. It’s tempting to suggest that Submission is precisely the kind of out-and-out pop song that alt-R&B vocalist Kelela’s career has thus far lacked. Grace Jones sounds particularly magnificent improvising a vocal around a post-punk-y distorted guitar line, with Albarn singing in blank-eyed cockney Syd Barrett mode on Charger, while the conjunction of De La Soul, a relentless distorted techno beat and synthesiser, courtesy of Jean-Michel Jarre, on Momentz is dazzling." (Guardian)

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Condition New
Format 2LP, 180 Gram
Label Parlophone
Color Black