good evening! a few weeks ago one of my favorite bands gorillaz released a kick-ass double album of remixes & rare tracks called d-sides (check it out on itunes) which i did pick up and i can totally recommend it – plus i’ve got a prize pack of gorillaz goodies for one lucky popbytes reader! i’m making it really simple this time – just email email@example.com – and next week i’ll randomly pick one winner! (no worries your email addresses will not be shared) i already have most of the goods listed below – the best is their live DVD – i would love to go see them in concert after watching that – they’re incredible & amazing along w/ being a bit mysterious but you can now join ‘murdoc’ over on facebook! good luck to everyone who enters – this is one of the best prize packs i’ve tossed out here on popbytes and don’t forget to watch their video for rockit embedded below! popbytes over & out for now…xxoo!
UPDATE i have a winner – congrats to popbytes reader jennifer c – thanks to everyone who entered – gosh i wish i had a gazillion prize packs to toss out :(
• D-Sides Deluxe Edition
• Dirty Harry CD Single (w/ All Alone Live)
• Gorillaz Demon Days Live DVDs (from Manchester Opera House)
• Gorillaz Phase One: Celebrity Take Down DVD
• Gorillaz ‘Phase 2: Slow Boat To Hades’ DVD
• Feel Good Inc DVD single (w/ Bill Murray & Spitting Out The Demons)
• Feel Good Inc CD single
• Gorillaz Sticker set
D-Sides, an assortment of B-sides from Gorillaz‘ multi-platinum second album Demon Days, early demos and previously unreleased tracks compiled together for the first time, has been confirmed for a November 20 U.S. release on Virgin Records.
D-Sides highlights include “Hong Kong” the lush and lovely track recorded by Gorillaz for Warchild and the surprise hit of last year’s Demon Days Live show (given an exclusive refit here with added strings), the dubbed-out collaboration with The Bees, “Bill Murray,” and the apocalyptic scum-pop of “We Are Happy Landfill.” “Stop The Dams” is another collaboration, this time with the Sugercubes’ Einar Orn, protesting against dam building in Iceland’s wilderness. Demos’ “People” (which later become Demon Days single “DARE”) and “Don’t Get Lost in Heaven” give a sneak peek into the band’s creative process, while the Mandarin version of “Dirty Harry” provides insight into how Gorillaz might sound if they’d been born east of the Yangtze instead of deep in the wilds of Essex, while D-Sides’ bonus CD of remixes includes reworkings by DFA, Junior Sanchez and Hot Chip.