Gorillaz "Plastic Beach" Missing Tracks (partially found albums; 2010)


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Plastic Beach's Additional 2 Albums
Status Partially Lost/Found

Plastic Beach is Gorillaz' third studio album. Plastic Beach had 80 songs and over 3 hours of music recorded, and to be released on an additional 2 albums and an additional P-Sides/Sea Sides album. This never came to light when they ran out of budget, because of poor sales and how ambitious the project was in general.

Some of these tracks have been surfacing, the documentary and promotional footage contains little bits and pieces of cut songs (Leviathan, Electric Shock, Crashing Down, etc.) The rest of these songs have been lost to time and have never been found since.

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Anonymous user #1

5 months ago
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And where the fuck are the songs?
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Nscott144

5 months ago
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You have to contact either Damon albarn, Jamie Hewlett (tho I doubt he'd be much of help), or one of the other producers of the songs to get the answers we are looking for, and that's a maybe on the possibly getting answers.
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Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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That's what I'd like to know.
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Whatifthe

4 months ago
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The song "Crashing Down" was released for the Documentary "White Helmets" Credits: 'Crashing Down (feat. the Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music)' Written & performed by Gorillaz Arranged by Patrick Jonsson Vocals and lyrics by Nizar al Issa

Licensed courtesy of Warner Music UK Ltd. and Sony/ATV Music Publishing
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Imperfectlyfine

2 months ago
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In my opinion, Damon probably still has the songs.

This happened with the Gorillazs new album, Humanz. He still has 40 more songs that was going to be on the album
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Anonymous user #2

2 months ago
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Somebody e-mail Damon, quick!
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Anonymous user #4

28 days ago
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The entire beat is on soundcloud, no vocals
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