Demon Days

Release date
4 Sep 2006
Running length
15 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Intro 1:07 487,743
2 Last Living Souls 3:15 575,340
3 Kids With Guns 3:44 670,540
4 O Green World 4:35 545,007
5 Dirty Harry 3:50 756,033
6 Feel Good Inc 3:41 559,256
7 El Mañana 3:49 629,546
8 Every Planet We Reach Is Dead 4:55 541,444
9 November Has Come 2:45 416,439
10 All Alone 3:33 511,033
11 White Light 2:13 489,493
12 DARE 3:31 957,550
13 Fire Coming Out of the Monkey's Head 3:19 378,831
14 Don't Get Lost in Heaven 2:11 476,461
15 Demon Days 4:28 454,846

About this album

Demon Days is the second studio album and a concept album by Gorillaz, released on 23 May 2005 in the United Kingdom and on 24 May in the United States. The album features contributions from De La Soul, Neneh Cherry, Martina Topley-Bird, Roots Manuva, MF DOOM, Ike Turner, Bootie Brown of the Pharcyde, Shaun Ryder, Dennis Hopper, the London Community Gospel Choir and the San Fernando Valley Youth Chorus.

Demon Days entered the UK charts at #1 and the U.S. charts at #6, outperforming the band’s 2001 debut, Gorillaz. The album had sold over six million copies as of 2006. The album features the singles “Feel Good Inc.”, “DARE”, “Dirty Harry” and “Kids with Guns” / “El Mañana”.

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Demon Days was first mentioned in articles detailing the reopening of Gorillaz’ website in early December 2004. Initially, a March or April 2005 release date was announced, but it was later pushed back. In an article for Q magazine in February 2005 it was reported that the album was to be titled We Are Happy Landfill. Another early title was reported to be Reject False Icons, which is also the title of Gorillaz’ culture jamming project.

In January 2005 a promo for the song “Dirty Harry” was released as a white label 12” and an exclusive video was released online entitled “Rock It”. It was later reported that the track would not appear on the album, although it later appeared on D-Sides, a collection of remixes, rare songs and B-sides released in November 2007.

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