Gorillaz - Demon Days
Apr 28, 2017
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The trippy, laid-back approach of this record works wonders on a few cuts, and this is probably the specific point in the virtual band's trajectory where Albarn's vocals really blend in with the production in a more cohesive way. There is also a very important balance in the guest collaborations, leading up to a secure and considerably mature tracklisting, hardly drifting off their objective. Yes, a few songs do pale in comparison to others, and the whole thing doesn't necessarily feel consistent from start to finish, but, if there is one Gorillaz album that truly benefits from the group's often plural, genre-hopping approach, this is probably the one. Feel Good Inc might be their very best song ever.
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