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But if you’re counting the interludes sprinkled throughout the album narrated by Mendelsohn, the whole thing balloons to 26 songs, according to the i Tunes track list.

Such interludes include: “Intro: I Switched My Robot Off,” “The Non-Conformist Oath,” “Elevator Going Up,” “Talk Radio,” “Penthouse,” “The Elephant,” and “New World.” Albarn says there’s even more where all this came from, like various extra outtakes of the songs on the album, including an Arabic version of “Busted and Blue” done with a Lebanese artist, that may someday see the light of day.

And those who couldn’t make it were digitally present in the form of footage that leaked.

That reportedly includes even Noel Gallagher and Graham Coxon. (Albarn himself reportedly told fans that tour rehearsals were underway.) It’s since been announced that they’ll be headliners for San Francisco’s Outside Lands Festival this year. The night after announcing the album, they played a sold-out secret show in London where Gorillaz performed Humanz in full with almost every collaborator on the album.

And at the live debut of There are almost as many songs are there are featured artists.

Officially, there are 14 songs on the standard version; 19 if you spring for the deluxe version.

“At one point this song had Graham, Noel, and me on it, and it was sort of heading slightly in the wrong direction.

Over the years many classic rockers have written songs about good old Lucifer. Along with all those big names, there are a few others you won’t find on the track list (though they may be credited elsewhere later on). Oasis’ Noel Gallagher is featured on “We Got the Power” with Jehnny Beth, which, to anyone who remembers the Britpop wars of the ’90s well, will come as a bizarre delight. And soon, you, too, will be able to visit their house of horrors: Gorillaz will bring the Spirit House to life in a series of immersive pop-up installations in Brooklyn, Amsterdam, and Berlin between April and May. Their latest comes in the form of a short film called that includes three songs — “Ascension,” “Saturnz Barz,” and “Andromeda” — and has the gang squatting at a house haunted by all sorts of surreal creatures … They’re then taken through a wormhole to outer space, the only place that’s ever really made sense for the band to inhabit.

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