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|1. History Song|
|2. 80s Life|
|3. Northern Whale|
|4. Kingdom Of Doom|
|6. Behind The Sun|
|7. The Bunting Song|
|8. Nature Springs|
|9. A Soldier's Tale|
|10. Three Changes|
|11. Green Fields|
|12. The Good, The Bad And The Queen|
descrizione prodottocd project fr damon albarn/simon tong/paul simonon titolothe good, the bad & the queenartistathe good, the bad & the queen etichettaemin. dischi1data19 gennaio 2007supportocd audiogenerepop e rock internazionale----1. history song 3.052. 80s life 3.263. northern whale 3.544. kingdom of doom 2.425. herculean 3.596. behind the sun 2.387. the bunting song 3.478. nature springs 3.109. a soldiers tale 2.2810. three changes 4.15 11. green fields 2.26 12. the good, the bad & the queen 6.59
If Damon Albarn has the one talent worth recognising, it's that he knows to surround himself with the right people. In his continued quest to shed the redundant image of Damo The Britpop Clown for something more serious, eclectic and influential, the danger that there isn't really enough of him to go around his various projects is constantly present. But in a masterstroke of staging that's never the primary concern. In Gorillaz he aligned himself with the cutting edge, wrapped himself in crayoned-on clothing and took the plaudits as his collaborators made the star turns. But he remained the natural and necessary constant. The Good, The Bad & The Queen (a one-off production rather a proper band, apparently) is an extension of that template, but feels more like Damon's show.
The distractions this time are Clash legend Paul Simonon, who prowls the shadows watching Damon's back, building a strong dub bass back-bone, and Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen whose contributions are subtle but efficient. Oh, and Damon's session player of choice Simon Tong, formerly of The Verve. Together they weave a diverse, often beguiling and generally sombre strand of London-based woe, occasionally lifted by the intrinsic hope of the music like on the swelling sun-rise anthem "Herculean". The songs rarely kick through as with Blur and Gorillaz, instead retaining a steady quality and ambience, lead by Albarn's Small Faces-esque piano foundation, but "80s Life" and "Behind The Sun" are real highlights. --James Berry.See all Product Description
What a great album, northern whale , by far the best play, the others just as good, so powerful this album, damon Albarn is quite a genius, my favourite album I have bought on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by baz
Catchy after a couple of plays. It was a gamble because I wasn't sure about this one - but a gamble that paid-offPublished 2 months ago by Robert Bullen
Well, when I first listened to it in the car I nearly chucked it.
But I'm glad I persisted - it has grown on me - it's now my favourite album purchase of recent... Read more
music is a funny thing you either love it or you loathe it except that is for those which are a bit well odd ,some people say Damon is a strange bod but I like him ,the way he... Read morePublished 18 months ago by a guy
this guy has tried a few things in his time and while he gives it his all I found it interesting if anything.Published 21 months ago by escorial
The Good, The Bad and The Queen represent that rarest of musical entities, the one album band. Comprised of Damon Albarn, former Clash bassist, Paul Simonon, former Verve... Read morePublished on 31 Oct. 2012 by Eponymist
An unassuming figure when interviewed in the music press, Albarn's talent lies in his ability to capture the zeitgeist and create music that creeps up on you until all of a sudden... Read morePublished on 12 May 2009 by Captain Pugwash