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  • Singer: Gorillaz
  • Album: Demon Days
  • MP3: 1840 mb | FLAC: 1551 mb
  • Released: 2016
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Leftfield, Trip Hop, Lo-Fi, Pop Rap, Brit Pop, Downtempo
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 671
  • Format: APE MIDI AC3 MP1 ADX WMA MMF
Gorillaz - Demon Days mp3 flac
Gorillaz - Demon Days mp3 flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Intro
Written-By – Gorillaz
A2 Last Living Souls
Written-By – Gorillaz
A3 Kids With Guns
Vocals [Additional] – Neneh CherryWritten-By – Gorillaz
A4 O Green World
Written-By – Gorillaz
B1 Dirty Harry
Choir – San Fernandez Youth ChorusFeaturing – Bootie BrownWritten-By – Gorillaz, R. Robinson*
B2 Feel Good Inc.
Featuring – De La SoulWritten-By – D. Jolicoeur*, Gorillaz
B3 El Mañana
Violin – Antonia PagulatosWritten-By – Gorillaz
C1 Every Planet We Reach Is Dead
Piano [Solo] – Ike TurnerWritten-By – Gorillaz
C2 November Has Come
Featuring – MF DoomWritten-By – D. Dumile*, Gorillaz
C3 All Alone
Featuring – Roots ManuvaVocals [Additional] – Martina Topley-BirdWritten-By – Gorillaz, R. Smith*, S.Tong*
C4 White Light
Written-By – Gorillaz
D1 Dare
Backing Vocals – Rosie WilsonFeaturing – Shaun RyderWritten-By – Gorillaz
D2 Fire Coming Out Of The Monkey's Head
Narrator – Dennis Hopper Written-By – Gorillaz
D3 Don't Get Lost In Heaven
Choir – London Community Gospel ChoirWritten-By – Gorillaz
D4 Demon Days
Choir – London Community Gospel ChoirWritten-By – Gorillaz

Notes

Track A1: Contains elements from "Dark Earth" from "Dawn Of The Dead" soundtrack.

Comes in Picture Sleeve

This release is an unofficial bootleg, the differences between the official release and this are:
• The Vinyl is pressed on clear transparent and not black
• The inner sleeves are white (the original one have one member of the band on each side and they are very heavy).
• The monkey and Noodle on the rear cover are both copied illustrations that when examined closely, are different than the original (the monkey is more obvious than Noodle, but both are different from the original). The monkey also has no shadow.
• The rear cover features an official, but different illustration of Murdoc, Russell, and 2D.
• The font used for this bootleg is different than that of the original.
• The original release was a gatefold 2xLP set with artwork for each song displayed inside, while this release is a single jacket.
• The spine text is in a different font and has the original catalog number with no spaces, but an added "GDD" prefacing the number (Gorillaz - Demon Days)
• There is no barcode or copyright information on the rear cover and the tracklisting is in a different font than the original.

On labels:

" (C) 2005 Gorillaz Re-Release. Made in the EU. All rights of the producer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved.
Not for sale. For promotional use only."

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
00946 311691 2 0, 0946 311691 2 0, 311 6912 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone 00946 311691 2 0, 0946 311691 2 0, 311 6912 Europe 2005
GDD0724387383814 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(2xLP, Album, Promo, Unofficial, Mar) Not On Label (Gorillaz) GDD0724387383814 Europe 2016
0946 311688 2 6 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone, EMI 0946 311688 2 6 Canada 2005
094631168826 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) Parlophone 094631168826 Malaysia 2005
07243 4 74407 0 0 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, PAL + Ltd) Parlophone 07243 4 74407 0 0 UK 2005

Tracklist

A1 Intro
A2 Last Living Souls
A3 Kids With Guns
A4 O Green World
A5 Dirty Harry
A6 Feel Good Inc.
A7 El Mañana
A8 Every Planet We Reach Is Dead
B1 November Has Come
B2 All Alone
B3 White Light
B4 Dare
B5 Fire Coming Out Of The Monkey's Head
B6 Don't Get Lost In Heaven
B7 Demon Days

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – EMI (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 724387383845

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
00946 311691 2 0, 0946 311691 2 0, 311 6912 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone 00946 311691 2 0, 0946 311691 2 0, 311 6912 Europe 2005
GDD0724387383814 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(2xLP, Album, Promo, Unofficial, Mar) Not On Label (Gorillaz) GDD0724387383814 Europe 2016
0946 311688 2 6 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone, EMI 0946 311688 2 6 Canada 2005
094631168826 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) Parlophone 094631168826 Malaysia 2005
07243 4 74407 0 0 Gorillaz Demon Days ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, PAL + Ltd) Parlophone 07243 4 74407 0 0 UK 2005


Bludworm
Now that I own an official copy of the release, I would like to finally say what's good and bad about this (and presumably the other) unofficial release..... As of this writing, it is not completely terrible if you can get it for $25 or less. The album is sped up a bit for an unknown reason, but is not pitch shifted, so it's hard to notice unless you compare the digital version side by side to this. The sound quality is basically identical to the CD release, as that was likely the source. The sound quality is NOT bad like some people harshly say, but it is basically the CD version on vinyl. It doesn't sound as good as the Vinyl Me Please version, but it's not necessarily bad. It's not distorted or anything, just not as good as the official. This release isn't particularly good on the design front. The real release is a gate fold featuring artwork for all of the songs (similar to the CD insert) on the inside. The font is slightly different in that the "O's" are fatter on the official release. The monkey next to Noodle on the back is also a drawing for some reason. The sleeves that the records come in are plain sleeves instead of the large character portraits on the official release. Overall, this is not a bad unofficial release on the sound quality front. It's the CD, but it's on vinyl! If you're desperate for a copy on vinyl, like I previously was, can't wait for a repress, and can't afford an original/VMP version, I'd say that this isn't a complete waste of money. Just remember that it's the CD on vinyl, and you're missing out on the art inside of the gatefold.
post_name
Could you say from whom specifically you purchased your copy?
Kelenn
I own this bootleg. I have a friend who has an official release. There is a definite difference in speed. i own an ATLP120USB turntable that allows me to turn the speed down minute intervals, and the differece is about a 2% decrease in speed to get the actual tempo of the album. That being said, if you have the capacity to tweak the speed of this unofficial release, it sounds wonderful. If there is a drop in production value, it isn't audible(after the few drinks i had admittedly). Verdict;if you want this classic at a good price, get the bootleg,if you're a serious collector wanting an original, well... you aren't buying this anyhow XD Happy Jammin Everyone!
Rude
I've noticed on automatic record players, the album sounds sped up. Gonna need a manual player to get it right.
Unnis
Another difference, although kinda subtle, is the different typeface used on the album/artist names on the front cover. This one looks like Arial, while the original uses a geometric sans serif font.
Buge
I have not listened to a genuine copy of this album on vinyl, but I can tell you that this bootleg is more than satisfactory if you don't wish to spend over $100 on an authentic pressing. The only downside I see to this bootleg is that it is not a gatefold, so the inner artwork is missing. The sleves that the LP's come in are also different from the original version. They are plain white paper instead of heavy, solid sleeves with the band members faces. Grab this while you can if you don't want to spend a fortune on a copy and don't want to hold out for a repress.The discs are also rather heavy weight. Mine arrived completely flat, no warping. The "clear" color is a bit muddled, but looks nice overall. It's like a middle ground between completely clear, and coke bottle green.
Dawncrusher
Ignore the guy at the bottom saying it's not worth it. If you don't want to spend all of the money on an original pressing, this record sounds good. It's quiet, doesn't clip anywhere, and I didn't hear any surface noise, or see any in my digital rip I made. There's no vinyl rips of the original pressing anywhere online, so I can't really compare it to an original, but it isn't bad. Kumanosuke must be an elitist.
FireWater
To each their own. I think it sounds good for not being a $200 original.
Ausstan
is it worth the buy then? Or would it just be a waste of money?
Ytli
So this bootleg isn't good then? Was thinking about buying it but my reconsider.
Musical Aura Island
"this bootleg is more than satisfactory if you don't wish to spend over $100 on an authentic pressing"I own it and believe me: It's not.
Gralmeena
Sound quality of the bootleg pressing is fine but the tempo is slightly too high. Pitch sounds ok but too many bpm compared to the original album, spoils it for me but I can make do given the original pressing is out of my price range.
Anaginn
theres another pink pressing apparently . . . . .
Mananara
So what is the sound quality like? Is it an OK pressing?
Gorisar
Pressing sounds fine. It's on a 180g vinyl. No complaints on my end. I don't know why people are so worried that they bought a bootleg... The original is going for 5x the price.
Falya
I should have been much more scrupulous before laying down cash for this. There were many signs just from looking that this is a bootleg: where's the parental advisory sticker? The monkey drawing is fake. No Parlophone label info anywhere. Yup, I got duped. I never thought a bootleg of this album would slip through the cracks and end up at an Amoeba Music in SF... Buyers BEWARE.
Erienan
How much did you pay? Maybe you paid the right amount for this version?
Bort
Amoeba Music in LA has TONS of bootlegs, i figure the one in San Fran does too. Bootlegs are a good thing In my opinion, most of the time. I have bought some that sound horrible, but usually they sound just as good as the original and cost a fraction of the price. I collecct a lot of bootlegs, because often times they will have unreleased material.
Rleillin
The demand for this album is way too high for Parlophone to ignore. I suggest you just be patient and wait for the official 180 gram repressing which will inevitably come and actually be worth your hard-earned money.
Trash
This is very strange. I bought this album at a local MediaMarkt store in Belgium. I'm surprised they are selling bootlegs...?
Togor
I had the same "problem" on HHV.de It only cost me about 16.99€, so I am okay with that..... But I really would like to get this album in the original version if its possible
Sadaron above the Gods
As a Previous Owner of a Original Copy, The Original one came with a Parental Advisory Sticker on it. My copy was still in the original plastic with the price tag of $17.99 from "Freak Beat" Records. That is why the Bootleg has it printed. Because they were trying to emulate the original sticker.
Onoxyleili
I think you're mistaken. Only counterfeits or 'bootlegs' have the Parental Advisory label on them, the original issues do not...Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/vinyl/comments/44wzgv/demon_days_vinyl_vs_the_bootleg_vinyl_guide_i/
Malhala
It's a bootleg, basically unless it has the parental advisory label printed on the front cover it's a bootleg.
Moronydit
Does anyone know anything about this or have a source on it? I picked it up at a record store on record store day, I would be upset if it turned out to be a bootleg.
Thundershaper
Yeah, man. You bought a bootleg. The original pressing wouldn't likely land on a shelf and be priced for anything less than $150. I have an original press from Holland and bought this one knowing it was a boot, but wanted one to open and play. Hope you didn't spend a ton on it!
Eta
No, there is not. The records are contained in plain white sleeves w/ no artwork or designs. If it was any other album, or artist, that wouldn't be a big deal. But w/ Gorillaz, half of the charm is in the images and artwork of Hewlett - if you can't have this album the way they aesthetically intended it, then you probably shouldn't bother.
Dusho
No. This may be why I have several skips on mine because the vinyl is housed back to back.
Fordredor
How much did you pay for it? $30? You got your money's worth. I have this, picked it up in New York.
Bele
This is a bootleg version, not a repress, we hope we can get any official repress in the future.(if you see the monkey behind Noodle on the rear cover, is a bit different than the monkey in any other version of Demon Days, take a look to the pic I just upload. I don't know why they changed the monkey)
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