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Gorillaz May Release Two Sequels to “Plastic Beach”, Behind The Scenes Video of Snoop Dogg Shooting Gorillaz Live Visual

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Gorillaz first suprised the world by revealing that they would releasing a new album back in September of 2008, now Damon Albarn is saying that he recorded so much material for the new album that he could release at least two more albums worth of material. This is what Damon Albarn told Spinner:

“I recorded an awful lot of music for this record, about 80 pieces of music in total,” Albarns says. “So, theoretically there is a part two and part three of ‘Plastic Beach’ if we ever felt motivated to spend another few years finishing it. But because it’s so eclectic, it takes a long time to actually get a picture because we don’t start with a picture or an idea. We start with a very loose idea of ‘Plastic Beach,’ which you know probably means something different to me than it does to [artist] Jamie [Hewlett], but we evolve.”

Go to the site to see the rest of the interview which talks about the evolution of Gorillaz’ new live show.
Snoop Dogg also recently released some footage of a behind-the-scenes look at his video shoot for Gorillaz’ live visual for their song ‘Welcome To The World of The Plastic Beach’. You can see Snoop Dogg talking with Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett over webcam. You can see the footage below.
Also Annie Mac released a new remix of ‘Superfast Jellyfish’ which you can download below.

Gorillaz – Superfast Jellyfish (Toddla T Remix) [Alt]

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