Best Gorillaz Albums
I love most of the songs and sometimes puts images in my head. I like all the others but this is my favorite.
This album is a masterpiece.
Allmost every track is good. Normally only 2 or 3 tracks are good. But on this album wow all is like awesome.
my top 5
1. Plastic Beach
2: Demon Days
3: The fall
4. The now now
Humanz what allmost lost all faith in gorillaz, happy that he made the Now Now so fast after, restored my faith.
1. Plastic Beach (2nd Best album of 2010 #1 is mbdtf by Kanye)
2. Demon Days (First Album and CD I ever listened to)
3. Gorillaz (Great Debut
4. Humanz (OK the now now sucks so much it makes me like it more.)
5. The Now Now (Zzzz)
6. The Fall (Actually Unlistenable
Their first and best musically sounding album, On my list it just barley beats Demon Days by a hair such a great album with a huge mixture of genres although its lineup is weird it defiantly beats that just with how amazing the songs are. Underrated album that changed music forever
1. Gorillaz 10/10
2. Demon Days 9.5/10
3. Plastic Beach 9.0/10
4. Humanz 8.7/10
5. The Now Now 6.0/10
6. The Fall 5.9/10
The best album is totally this one no exeptions. list for top 3 in the album is 1. 19-2000 2. clint eastwood 3. tomorrow comes today. and noodle's look fits her perfectly. no album can beat this 1 the music in the album goes with it perfectly it is so bouncy.
2. demon days
3. plastic beach
Gorillaz should stop using guest artists. I love what Damon Albarn did with his 2011 masterpiece The Fall. He had something cool going. Then he abandoned it in Humanz. But due to the lack of guest artists in The Now Now, you got that same synth kind of thing going but more polished, and not dreary what so ever. I hope we get more stuff like the Now Now from the Gorillaz in the future.
In my opinion, what makes this album stand out from the others the most would be the lack of collaborators and how all the songs are solid (or that none of them are the type of song that you would skip on Spotify just to "get to the good ones"). Damon pulled this one off perfectly by giving us something that sounded different from all the other albums and gave us a break from the enormous amount of collabs featured on Humanz. Who knew that Gorillaz would be able to produce such a quality album in just the span of one year.
Humans is to mainstream. Demon Days has way to many weak spots. Self Titled kinda falls apart at the end. The Fall is just way to forgettable. This album is very memorable, has no weak spots, sounds like the 1980s, and is strong all the way through! Nothing beats it!
You guys have to check this out! I just bought the vinyl and it's the best $20 I've ever spent! All the songs carry a beachy summertime yet melancholic vibe. All the songs sound like Dare, with elements of Blur. My new favorite Gorillaz album!
It is literally the best Gorillaz album of all time. Every time I listen to it, it reminds me of a trip to the beach, or a visit to a carnival or something. 10/10 album.
How do people not like this? I think people don't realize that every gorillaz album is a diff genre. But this gave me many emotions. Summer 2017 would be horrible without this album
Not my favourite but seems to be a favourite for a lot of people that are otherwise not into Gorillaz, eventhough all their albums are so different from each other.
Why does everyone hate this so much?! It's a masterpiece! Bops are:
Andromeda, Let Me Out, Momentz, Strobelite, Submission, Saturnz Barz, Busted & Blue, She's My Collar, The Apprentice, Out of Body, Ascension & Charger!
�Excuse me But y'all are sleeping on D-Sides. It might be a b-sides, but Hong Kong is a unforgettable song that should of been on the album, 68 State would of been a great interlude, and Stop The Dams is amazing. Plus the remixes are good as well. Should be above The Fall and Humanz. You can basically call it Demon Days 1.5.
I admit: I was not so much for the remixes on this album at first but they grew on me and to be honest they somehow fits on the album. Just like the other albums with Gorillaz has it a nice set up, variation in sound (minus their album The Fall) and such and I can't really choose wether I think it ends well or not, but deffinitely worth checking out for its variation. Examples being: Faust, Hip Albatross, (not to be confused with Albatross by Fleetwood Mac) Latin Simone (has the English version), Left Hand Suzuki Method, The Sounder and 12D3. I find D sides to be somewhat better, but this one has a special feel to it that is somewhat better and hard to explain.
My all time favorite
Seeing that this is just Demon Days and D-Sides combined, shouldn't this be number one?