Gorillaz - Gorillaz
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2001 Ratings: #52 / 164
User Score
Based on 199 ratings
2001 Ratings: #40
Your Review
Jul 4, 2017*
FAVORITE TRACKS: Tomorrow Comes Today, Clint Eastwood, Sound Check (Gravity), Double Bass & Rock The House

LEAST FAVORITE: 5/4 & Man Research (Clapper)
Apr 3, 2017*
Unsurprisingly, Gorillaz achilles heel would be exposed on their debut album, with songs so perfectly experimental, but just on the edge of disaster.

To be a gorillaz song you either have to be brilliantly experimental or just experimental. Its a price to be paid and fairly so.

As such we are greeted by a mess of an album, where its best songs such as Starshine and Sound Check(Gravity) are buried under a collection of songs so forgettable, you wouldn't be able to name them 100 listens later, ... read more
Mar 8, 2018
Gorillaz started off well! The animation is inventive, the Genre blending is charming, and the beats are catchy as hell! A little bit messy, though.

Fav Tracks: Clint Eastwood, 19-2000, Rock The House, Tomorrow Comes Today, Sound Check (Gravity), Man Research (Clapper), 5/4, Re-Hash

Least Fav: Starshine

Really Good
Feb 22, 2018
You’re playing a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. You need a predator missile so you begin your kill streaks. 1, 2, 3, 4 kills, you’re almost there. All of a sudden, an enemy player comes out of nowhere and kills you. You don’t get your killstreak.
Now, you’re listening to Gorillaz and you are enjoying your listen so far. You thoroughly enjoy the first few tracks for their experimental, atmospheric vibe. But then the band hits you with “Man Research” that ... read more
Dec 27, 2017
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Track List

  1. Re-Hash 
  2. 5/4 
  3. Tomorrow Comes Today 
  4. New Genious (Brother) 
  5. Clint Eastwood 
  6. Man Research (Clapper) 
  7. Punk 
  8. Sound Check (Gravity) 
  9. Double Bass 
  10. Rock The House 
  11. 19-2000 
  12. Latin Simone 
  13. Starshine 
  14. Slow Country 
  15. M1 A1 
  16. Dracula 
  17. Left Hand Suzuki Method