The photograph novel meets the salacious rock and roll superstar tell-all.
Gorillaz-bass-player mastermind Murdoc Niccals, hip hop hardman drummer Russel Hobbs, jap girl-guitarist Noodle and spiky blue-haired singer 2D-have lived the rock & roll lifestyles that different stars can basically dream of-rife with demonic possessions, underworld dealings, amnesia, legal phrases, and jaw-dropping stupidity.
Conceived through musician Damon Albarn and comedian ebook writer Jamie Hewlett, Gorillaz have reconfigured the musical panorama, uniquely encapsulating the inventive spirit of the electronic age. In Gorillaz: upward push of the Ogre the Gorillaz positioned mouth to paper, revealing the whole tale of this groundbreaking band from inception to fame-and the entire wicked misadventures alongside the way.
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