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on 8 July 2002
The first track is Tomorrow Comes Today. Good, but kinda slow. The second is Rock The House. Great, simple rap and nice melody which you wish you could play on a trumpet. Latin Simone isn't the one off the album, it is the same music but English vocals, Damon/ 2-D really does this one justice. Much better than that spanish one. Finally 12D3 is a nice little campfire song which you could just imageine the Gorillaz sitting in a circle playing. The TCT video is cool. It is real streets of London but the Gorillaz drawn on top. Very classy. You can also read a bio of the band and hear a guitar loop for the album song, 5/4. an essencial purchace, and the best mux of tracks on a Gorillaz single.
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on 8 March 2002
Track 1: A hip-hop track that seems to be a track based on the frontman 2D It has backround vocals with the playing of Del Tha Funkee Homosapien (Russel) Miho Hatori (Noodle) Chris(Murdoc) Damon Albarn (2D) With the beats of drums from Del Tha, The beats of guitars from Miho Chris and others, And Damon singing as 2D
Track 2: The singher in this is Del Tha Funky Homosapien doing the rap sound with morew than 12 musicians playing With the vocals in the backround going Rock the house 20/20 I give
Track 3: A translate of the album version with Damon singing instead
Track 4: 2D Singing for a girl with the bango noises and flutes for it
Track 5: A video of Track one with real backrounds with cartoons in it
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on 3 April 2002
This is a re-released single by Gorillaz from the Album 'Gorillaz' and it really manages to show to the world what the band is about, The darker more pure side, instead of the poppy-dance stilings of previous singles like 19/2000, the single also includes a couple of features for the PC including the brilliant, dark video to the song, a bio sheet, and a sort of cartoon all showing the wonderfull artwork of Jamie Hewlett, the single will appeal to brit pop fans and any big fans of the band, you should buy it even if you own the album just for the exclusive PC features.
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on 4 January 2001
The title track is just amazing, Damon does great work with the vocals, and the other tracks are also fresh and cool. Dan the Automator is an excellent( spelling) producer on this EP, and I can't till the album arrives!!
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on 11 July 2015
Enigmatic on it's release, and a great little taster to what the band would ultimately rule the charts with, 'Tomorrow Comes Today' is a great little starter pack. Featuring 2 album tracks, a B-Side and an original version of a [later] re-worked song, 'T.C.T' is cool and calm. It even features the video [of which the guys had to create very quickly for the EP's release].
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on 18 January 2001
The title track is definitley not the best song on this single, although it is extremely good. Song number two, the wonderfully laid back groove of "Rock the House" featuring Del tha Funky Homosapien, is the reason that this purchase is essential. Also, if you like the Deltron 3030 album, this is for you
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