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2017年04月28日

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世界で最も成功を収めているヴァーチャル・バンド、ゴリラズ!圧倒的な人気を誇る最強のAUDIO+VISUAL覆面プロジェクトが約7年ぶり5作目となるアルバム『HUMANZ』を世界同時リリース!
発売・販売元 提供資料 (2017/03/31)
Rolling Stone - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Albarn's curation is sharp, and he keeps things moving quickly, so the energy rarely flags....It's fairly brilliant by mixtape standards, which may be the best way to measure it -- a meta party mix..." Spin - "A music festival in and of itself, the roster includes stars such as Grace Jones, Kelela, Mavis Staples, Pusha T, Vince Staples, Danny Brown, D.R.A.M., Savages' Jenny Beth, Benjamin Clementine and Jamie Principle, who all lend Gorillaz their voices." NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The lawless, world-altering scenario HUMANZ presents us with is not a poorly attended inauguration but a massive, cross-genre party, composed largely on an iPad by Albarn and illustrated by his mate Jamie Hewlett." Paste (magazine) - "If the theme of Humanz is joyriding into headwinds of despair, Pusha T and Mavis Staples win the MVP for their glitch-gospel anthem 'Let Me Out.'" Clash (Magazine) - "[T]hey have created their most youthful album yet; a vibrant record which paints a picture of the near future so vivid it seems convincingly real."
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構成数 | 1枚

合計収録時間 | 00:49:23

Audio Mixer: Stephen Sedgwick. Recording information: 4220 Feng Shui Studios, Hollywood, CA; Chicago recording Company; Geejam Studios, Port Antonio, Jamaica; Studio 13, JM Jarre Studio, Paris, France; Studio 13, Mission Sound, Brooklyn; Thomas Crown Studios. On 2017's Humanz, Damon Albarn returns to Gorillaz after a seven-year hiatus -- a period when he busied himself with two operas, a solo album, and a Blur reunion -- and reconnects with the collaborative instincts that drove the band's first two albums. Plastic Beach -- the 2010 album that served as the group's last major opus (The Fall, released just months later, was that LP's bittersweet coda) -- found Albarn stepping toward the center stage but on Humanz he recedes, giving his collaborators the spotlight and softening whatever complicated narrative he and illustrator Jamie Hewlett devised for their cartoon group's fourth phase. Maybe this is why Humanz feels wild and unruly in a way Plastic Beach never did: the emphasis is on the individual cuts, not the grand concept. Some themes are woven throughout the record -- there's a political undercurrent, although the upheavals of Trump and Brexit are never addressed directly; there's a heavy reliance on R&B and hip-hop -- but the album seems pleasingly scattershot as it bounces from guest to guest. Its messiness suits the digital era, when it's possible to swipe from style to style without a second thought, but Humanz isn't haphazard. Albarn deliberately sculpts each cut, giving plenty of space for Vince Staples, Grace Jones, Danny Brown, Anthony Hamilton, Mavis Staples, Pusha T, and longtime Gorillaz mainstay De La Soul to roam. That list of guest artists underscores how Humanz feels connected to soul in a way Plastic Beach didn't, but with its careening, carnivalesque hooks and skeletal 2-Tone spook -- not to mention how the whole thing is anchored on "Busted and Blue," a Damon solo track that could've slid onto Everyday Robots -- it's clearly an Albarn project. But even with its heavy, heavy R&B vibe and roiling politics, Humanz feels strangely uplifting, as if every musician who entered the studio found solace in the act of creation. That's why "We Got the Power" -- a collaboration with Savages singer Jehnny Beth and Damon's onetime rival Noel Gallagher -- is such a fitting closer: in dark times, it finds hope and inspiration in the power of the collective, which is a testament to what Albarn intends to do with Gorillaz. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

    • 1.
      [CD]
      • 1.
        Intro: I Switched My Robot Off
      • 2.
        Ascension (feat Vince Staples)
      • 3.
        Strobelite (feat Peven Everett)
      • 4.
        Saturnz Barz (feat Popcaan)
      • 5.
        Momentz (feat De La Soul)
      • 6.
        Interlude: The Non-conformist Oath
      • 7.
        Submission feat Danny Brown & Kelela
      • 8.
        Charger (feat Grace Jones)
      • 9.
        Interlude: Elevator Going Up
      • 10.
        Andromeda (feat D.R.A.M)
      • 12.
        Interlude: Talk Radio
      • 13.
        Carnival (feat Anthony Hamilton)
      • 14.
        Let Me Out (feat Mavis Staples & Pusha T)
      • 15.
        Interlude: Penthouse
      • 16.
        Sex Murder Party (feat Jamie Principle & Zebra Katz)
      • 17.
        She's My Collar (feat Kali Uchis)
      • 18.
        Interlude: The Elephant
      • 19.
        Hallelujah Money (feat Benjamin Clementine)
      • 20.
        We Got The Power (feat. Jehnny Beth)
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  • デーモン・アルバーン本人が堂々とメディアに露出し、もはやヴァーチャルじゃなくなったゴリラズの7年ぶりとなる新作。プッシャTやケレラら曲ごとに歌い手を招き、未来派ソウルや変型レゲエなどをワイワイ詰め込む大宴会ノリは従来通りながら、架空の物語ではなく、トランプ批判ほか現実社会へ目を向けている点に生身の人間化が感じられます。かつての敵(?)ノエル・ギャラガーと共作した博愛主義曲も説得力あり。
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