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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Founded: 1998

Headquarters: Kong Studios

Website Link(s): Offiical Site





Band Members

  • 2D (a/k/a Stu-Pot)
  • Murdoc Niccals
  • Noodle
  • Russel Hobbs

Real-World Members

  • Damon Albarn
  • Jamie Hewlett
  • Junior Dan / Dan Left Hand
  • Tom Girling
  • Jason Cox
  • Dan The Automator
  • Miho Hatori
  • Ibrahim Ferrer
  • Del Tha Funkee Homosapien
  • Tina Weymouth
  • Ed Case
  • Sweetie Irie
  • Curtis Lynch Jr.
  • Toby Whelan
  • James Dring
  • Cass Browne
  • Phi Life Cypher
  • D-12
  • Redman
  • Ben Brown
  • Damien Mendis
  • Stuart Bradbury
  • DJ Touché
  • Laurence Diana
  • Spacemonkeyz
  • Danger Mouse
  • De La Soul
  • U Brown
  • Earl 16
  • Mike Smith
  • Dennis Rollins
  • Dominic Glover
  • Jeff Scantlebury
  • Pete Collis
  • Stuart Zender
  • Phil Soul
  • Brian Pisce
  • Kid Koala
  • Jaques Shythé
  • Martin Shaw
  • Terry Hall
  • The Bees
  • Simon Katz
  • Roots Manuva
  • Shaun Ryder
  • Martina Topley-Bird
  • Ike Turner
  • Booty Brown
  • MF Doom
  • Dennis Hopper
  • Neneh Cherry
  • James Murphy
  • Soulwax
  • Paul Van Dyk
  • Rosie Wilson
  • Chab
  • Dave Aude
  • Junior Sanchez
  • Pollyn
  • Haruka Kuroda
  • Jamal Grey
  • Roberto Occhipinti
  • Mike Smith
  • Vaness Wu
  • Stanley Huang
  • Simon Tong
  • Phil Cornwell
  • Remi Kabaka
  • Nelson De Freitas

Band Biography

The world's best-selling wholly animated band. Gorillaz was thought of by Damon Albarn from Blur and Jamie Hewlett, the creator of Tank Girl, and other comics (including one based on the lyrics to "Common People" by Pulp), and they set it into effect. There are no real-world counterparts to each of the members (aside from that 2D is generally considered to be the Damon Albarn of the group), and, in fact, it takes a veritable army of people to bring Gorillaz to life -- an army that changes considerably between albums. They're perhaps known most for their hooky songs and innovative, excellent music videos. In 2005, they released the long awaited followup Demon Days to their first album.



  • Gorillaz
  • G-Sides
  • Laika Come Home
  • Demon Days
  • Phase One: Celebrity Take Down


  • Tomorrow Comes Today


  • "Clint Eastwood"
  • "19-2000"
  • "Rock The House"
  • "911"
  • "Tomorrow Comes Today"
  • "Li'l Dub Chefin'"
  • "Feel Good Inc."
  • "DARE"
  • "Dirty Harry"
  • "El Mañana"

Appears On


  • DFA Compilation
  • Help:A Day In The Life


Mix CDs

  • Dub Club: Aila's Dub Club Xmas

Radio Shows

Further Reading

This article uses material from the "Gorillaz" article on the Music wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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