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Gnarls Barkley  Crazy   buy on itunes
Gorillaz  Feel Good Inc   buy on itunes
Broken Bells  The High Road   buy on itunes
The Black Keys  Tighten Up   buy on itunes
Beck  Gamma Ray   buy on itunes
Danger Doom  The Mask (feat. Ghostface Killah)   buy on itunes
Gorillaz  Dare   buy on itunes
The Black Keys  Psychotic Girl   buy on itunes
Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse  Star Eyes (I Can't Catch It) [feat. David Lynch]   buy on itunes
Gnarls Barkley  Run (I'm a Natural Disaster)   buy on itunes
Gorillaz  Dirty Harry   buy on itunes
Gnarls Barkley  Go-Go Gadget Gospel   buy on itunes
The Good, The Bad & The Queen  Kingdom of Doom   buy on itunes
Beck  Chemtrails   buy on itunes
Sparklehorse  Getting It Wrong   buy on itunes
The Rapture  Pieces of the People We Love   buy on itunes
Gnarls Barkley  Gone Daddy Gone   buy on itunes
The Shortwave Set  No Social   buy on itunes
Broken Bells  Sailing to Nowhere   buy on itunes
Gnarls Barkley  Going On   buy on itunes
Danger Doom  Sofa King   buy on itunes
Martina Topley Bird  Carnies   buy on itunes
Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse  Everytime I'm With You (feat. Jason Lytle)   buy on itunes
The Black Keys  Strange Times   buy on itunes
Sparklehorse  Don't Take My Sunshine Away   buy on itunes
Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse  Grim Augury (feat. Vic Chesnutt)   buy on itunes
Broken Bells  Your Head Is On Fire   buy on itunes
The Good, The Bad & The Queen  Northern Whale   buy on itunes
Prince Po featuring MF Doom  Social Distortion (Featuring MF Doom)   buy on itunes
Danger Mouse  To a Black Boy   buy on itunes

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"(Danger Mouse) has impeccable taste," said Cee-Lo when asked about the priceless dynamic that fuels Gnarls Barkley. "I aspire to impress him." The twist? Danger Mouse has aspired to impress [i]us[/i] ever since his bedroom beat-maker days — a rep-building period that produced [i]Ghetto Pop Life[/i], his back-to-basics collaboration with MC Jemini, and the groundbreaking [i]Grey Album[/i], a seamless, visionary mix of the Beatles and Jay-Z. [i]Entertainment Weekly[/i] declared that mind-boggling masterpiece 2004's Album of the Year, setting in motion a seemingly endless string of praise and projects — all of which feature Danger Mouse's widescreen approach to sampling and songwriting. That includes the scorched-earth soundscapes of Gorillaz, the disco-inferno direction of the Rapture, the Technicolor blues of the Black Keys, the '60s-psych vibe of Beck's [i]Modern Guilt[/i], and Danger Mouse's pride and joy — the stunning rap/soul/psych vignettes of Gnarls Barkley. What's next? A minimal techno album? We wouldn't put it past him.
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