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Two CD set. While Gorillaz take a well-earned break from global domination, the menials at Kong Studios have been hard at work. As 2D finishes his law degree and Russel reinvents himself as a personal trainer, the glorious ephemera from the last phase of their musical career has been swept up, gathered together and pickled in plastic for music fans everywhere. D-Sides sees the B-sides from Gorillaz' multi-platinum selling second album Demon Days, along with early demos and previously unreleased tracks collected together for the first time. Highlights include Gorillaz' dubbed-out collaboration with The Bees, 'Bill Murray', and the apocalyptic scum-pop of 'We Are Happy Landfill'.

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listen  8. Dirty Harry (Schtung Chinese New Year Remix) 3:53$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  9. Kids With Guns (Quiet Village Remix)10:02Album Only
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  • Audio CD (November 20, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Wb / Parlophone
  • ASIN: B000VQQIC2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,181 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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These songs are really good.
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This two-disc set also features a collection of remixes and alternative versions of great hits like D.A.R.E., Feel Good Inc. and Kids With Guns.
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Well worth the pick up for serious Gorillaz fans, though casual fans will possibly be perplexed.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name? VINE VOICE on November 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
While Damon Albarn's original band Blur released seven proper albums and many b-sides during each period, many of which were tracks of songs good enough to go on any album, or at least a lesser band's albums. They could have compiled a b-sides compilation solid enough to rival something like Oasis' "The Masterplan", but they never did. Albarn's second major project, Gorillaz, on the other hand have released only 2 proper albums thus far and on their singles haven't released nearly as many fully developed songs for b-sides. Yet it is Gorillaz who have now released a second b-sides collection (or rather 1 G-Sides and 1 D-Sides collection). Whereas the first collection G-Sides featured only a handful of new tracks to go alongside some reworkings and remixes of album tracks (with some difference depending on what continent you purchased the album), the main program of this collection almost entirely features tracks that are distinct from the album (though 2 are early versions of what would become Demon Days' tracks). Many of these tracks may barely be recognizable as Gorillaz to fans who only know their work from the proper LPs, even less so to those who only know the hits. Much of this collection features songs that are more experimental works and groove oriented, though skewed, electro-pop playing with a number of styles and exploring musical territories.
The first track, "68 State" is a fully instrumental groove techno track, a quite good one, that gets the proceedings off to a nice start.
It's followed up nicely by "People" which is another techno-dance track, this time with some repeating verses. "People" develops the beat that would later go on to form the hit single "Dare", but I rather like it better in this form.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name? VINE VOICE on November 27, 2007
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I've already just written a full review of the album under the regular release listing, but to comment on the extras that you'll get with the deluxe set I will post here.
In the deluxe set you get a nice black box package, with a stamped lid that comes fully off to open the package. Inside there is a cardboard, 2 disc slip case with the discs included and a track listing on the back with the times of each track. You get the booklet, which is likely the same as the regular edition, though I can't be certain. There is a sheet of 4 stickers with 1 of each of the Gorillaz. There are 4 buttons which have Gorillaz related designs, though they aren't "Gorillaz" badges or buttons. There are 2 Gorillaz art prints that are pretty cool (I don't know if different ones are inserted in different sets, or if everyone gets the same ones.) There is also a sew-on patch relating to the album artwork. And that's all. So, while I like the box and am pleased with the extras, I'm sure most fans won't necessarily want to pay extra for buttons, stickers, a patch and a couple art cards. So, assess how devoted the fan you're buying for is before making your decision.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 5, 2007
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This album is amazing. I love the songs, especially "Hong Kong", "Dirty Harry (Chinese New Year Version)" and "Feel Good Inc (Stanton Warriors Remix)". I was thrilled when I read about it on Wikipedia, and I think the extras are worth it (yay stickers!). There are some songs I don't like (Jamie T's Remix of "Kids With Guns" should NOT be listened to by anyone under 13, woe is me), but otherwise this album is great. It balances out soft, mellow songs with loud, rocker ones. This album is a great addition to the already awesome story of Gorillaz, and I hope that they come back with more great stuff for all the Gorillaz fans out there.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Michael Cochran on November 21, 2007
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This CD (at least disk 1) is really what would have happened had Danger Mouse not produced Demon Days. I liked Demon Days a lot, but I think I ultimate preferred the self titled. So if you are one of those people who enjoyed the first CD more - which it's all together less polished and stranger sound then this CD is for you.

So, in my opinion, the first disk or the b-sides is much stronger. These songs are really good. The remix side isn't as great. It's probably because they remix the same songs over and over again (you can only here DARE so many times) and compared to the Spacemonkeyz album - which had a cohesive structure these just aren't as good. Here's hoping they (Spacemonkeyz) remix Demon Days.

All in all if you own G-sides you have no reason not to buy this one for the content and the price this is a really good set of disks. I give it 4 stars because I think the second disk is weaker in my opinion.

If you are a Gorillaz fan you won't be disappointed. I got the mp3's off Amazon since they were cheaper (and faster) and since they are encoded at 256 VBR - I would have just filed the CD away at home had I gotten the physical copy (and spent more money)...
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jason Stein VINE VOICE on December 21, 2007
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By the underwhelming number of reviews for "D-Sides" I am guessing my review is going to be overlooked. Also believe that no one was sucker enough to buy "D-Sides", except myself, of course. Like last week's The Killers' "Sawdust", the Gorillaz "D-Sides" is hit and miss. I feel this is a cash grab since the band has only released two cds when no band should release a b-sides compilation until they have at least five albums under their belt.

That said, there are 22 tracks on the version I have. Amazon lists 23 tracks with "El Manana" appearing twice on the remixed second disc. I only have it once, and that's the "El Manana (Metronomy Remix)".

Disc One: For the most part I liked the first disc consisting entirely of b-sides. There aren't any tracks that have a wow factor, but some that stood out to me were the interesting seven minute "Hong Kong" and the much shorter "Hongkongaton". "Bill Murray" and "The Swagga" are fairly memorable as are "68 State", "People" and "Stop The Dams". They could have shredded and trashed the awful "Murdoc Is God" and the throwaway demo version of "Don't Get Lost In Heaven". Overall, I felt that the 13 tracks fluctuated between dub/ambient/hip hop that give the disc a chill out feel.

Disc Two: Nine remixes of songs we already have with "Dare" and "Kids With Guns" sharing three versions a piece. Right away I could have done without the 12 minute version of "Dare (DFA Remix)". Unless you are going to do something interesting with a song, there's no need for a 12 minute version of it. Likewise, the 10 minute version of "Kid With Guns (Quiet Village Remix)" was disposable. In fact, I didn't like the other two versions "Kids With Guns (Jamie T's Turns To Monsters Mix)" or "Kids With Guns (Hot Chip Remix)" either.
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