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Plastic Beach (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Plastic Beach (Deluxe Version) by Gorillaz. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:08:03 minutes.

Artist: Gorillaz
Release date: 2010
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:08:03
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No. Title Length
1. Orchestral Intro (feat. sinfonia ViVA) 1:09
2. Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach (feat. Snoop Dogg & Hypnotic Brass Ensemble) 3:35
3. White Flag (feat. Bashy, Kano & the National Orchestra for Arabic Music) 3:43
4. Rhinestone Eyes 3:20
5. Stylo (feat. Mos Def & Bobby Womack) 4:30
6. Superfast Jellyfish (feat. Gruff Rhys & De La Soul) 2:54
7. Empire Ants (feat. Little Dragon) 4:43
8. Glitter Freeze (feat. Mark E Smith) 4:03
9. Some Kind of Nature (feat. Lou Reed) 2:59
10. On Melancholy Hill 3:53
11. Broken 3:17
12. Sweepstakes (feat. Mos Def & Hypnotic Brass Ensemble) 5:20
13. Plastic Beach (feat. Mick Jones & Paul Simonon) 3:47
14. To Binge (feat. Little Dragon) 3:55
15. Cloud of Unknowing (feat. Bobby Womack & sinfonia ViVA) 3:06
16. Pirate Jet 2:32
17. Pirate's Progress 4:02
18. Three Hearts, Seven Seas, Twelve Moons 2:14
19. Stylo (feat. Mos Def & Bobby Womack) 5:01



Delivered five years after the delicate whimsical melancholy of Demon Days, Gorillaz's Plastic Beach is an explicit sequel to its predecessor, picking up in the dystopian future where the last album left off, its music offering a grand expansion of Demon Days, spinning off its cameo-crammed blueprint. A common thread among these tracks is they find Damon Albarn ceding the spotlight to his fellow musicians, preferring to be the puppetmaster behind the curtain, and Plastic Beach works best when he's finding hidden strengths within his guests. The album accentuates moody texture over pop hooks, and Plastic Beach is the first Gorillaz album to play like a cartoon soundtrack — which isn't a bad thing, because as Albarn grows as a composer, he crafts richly detailed collages that are miniature marvels.