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Gorillaz Humanz
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The long awaited and heavily via 3D Virtual Reality videos and other fancy stuff teased new Gorillaz album 'Humanz' has finally arrived. Stream it now whereever you like.

We have labelled Humanz with our editor's choice badge, which means we totally dig the record. Make sure you listen to it at least once. Humanz will be released on Apr 28, 2017. Stream it courtesy of CoS. Also check out our Gorillaz artist profile to find eventual tour dates in your area and links to the official web and social media pages of Gorillaz. Last but not least make sure you scroll down and check out reviews for 'Humanz'.

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Humanz tracklist

1. “Ascension” ft. Vince Staples
2. “Strobelite” ft. Peven Everett
3. “Saturnz Barz” ft. Popcaan
4. “Momentz” ft. De La Soul
5. “Submission” ft. Danny Brown and Kelela
6. “Charger” ft. Grace Jones
7. “Andromeda” ft. D.R.A.M.
8. “Busted and Blue”
9. “Carnival ft. Anthony Hamilton
10. “Let Me Out” ft. Mavis Staples and Pusha T
11. “Sex Murder Party” ft. Jamie Principle and Zebra Katz
12. “She’s My Collar” ft. Kali Uchis
13. “Hallelujah Money” ft. Benjamin Clementine
14. “We Got The Power” ft. Jehnny Beth

Deluxe edition:
15. “The Apprentice” ft. Rag’n’ Bone Man, Zebra Katz, and RAY BLK
16. “Halfway To The Halfway House” ft. Peven Everett
17. “Out Of Body” ft. Kilo Kish, Zebra Katz, and Imani Vonshà
18. “Ticker Tape” ft. Carly Simon and Kali Uchis
19. “Circle Of Friendz” ft. Brandon Markell Holmes

'Humanz' Reviews

We currently know 29 reviews for "Humanz" by Gorillaz. The album received pretty solid reviews among the critics and is one of the better ones this year.

"The result: the most vibrant, consistently engaging Gorillaz album yet."

85 % Paste Magazine
"If you’re a fan, you won’t be disappointed. ... If you’re new to the zoo, prepare for a 20-track musical trip you won’t forget in a hurry."

80 % Mixmag
"Humanz is a giddy celebration of unity in difference, the sound of eccentrics, weirdos, outsiders and freaks partying together in defiance of convention. It is music where anything goes, as long as it’s got a groove and a heart."

80 % The Telegraph (UK)
"This is intelligent party music, but it’s also headphone listening. Production is manic and plays at an attention deficit (though really these songs are crafted with a mandala-concentration, rich in samples, styles, and sonic layering)."

80 % The Skinny
"From the hyperactive ‘Momentz’, which sees De La Soul returning to the fold once more, to the creepy, intense Grace Jones-featuring ‘Charger’, Humanz is by far the weirdest Gorillaz album ever released, and a struggle to get through in one sitting. There’s a certain cohesion here though, largely focused around dissatisfaction and rallying together."

80 % DIY Magazine
"Humanz’s flaw is what gives it its energy: like the scattered flashes of (mis) information flying out from every handheld and household device, the album throws it all at you in one gloriously delirious barrage that has no real anchor. Richly energised and energising, it’s not only infectious for the listener."

80 % Record Collector
"The album seems pleasingly scattershot as it bounces from guest to guest."

80 % AllMusic
"The ideas are still coming in such abundance, it seems to occasionally prove a struggle to marshal them. There are substantially worse problems for an artist to have than that."

80 % The Guardian
"Though by no means as complete and satisfying as Demon Days or Plastic Beach, there are enough intriguing moments to make Humanz a worthy addition to Gorillaz’s cartoon universe."

80 % The Independent (UK)
"Although it lacks the kind of Apple-friendly jingles that have made them such a smash, it makes up for it with palatably overarching political themes and sequencing that gives it the wildly entertaining feel of a circus show."

80 % Exclaim
"They have created their most youthful album yet; a vibrant record which paints a picture of the near future so vivid it seems convincingly real."

80 % Clash Music
"So strange, it’s fantastic."

80 % New Musical Express (NME)
"It may not inspire a revolution or magically fix the problems of the Trump administration, but it's a comforting and rewarding listen."

76 % Sputnikmusic
"Humanz, Damon’s fourth record as Gorillaz, is not his best, but it didn’t need to be. It’s a comeback record that’s less immediate and sugary than Plastic Beach, less iconic than the self-titled or Demon Days. It is a party record that sounds like it was made at a party rather than for one."

75 % Pretty Much Amazing
"Amid a series of electronic soundscapes that incorporate club, dance hall, R&B and hip-hop rhythms and textures, Albarn packs the album with songs that speak to the instability of uncertain times."

75 % Chicago Tribune
"All of this isn’t to say that the album is bad--Albarn’s dialed in, and the guests are meticulously curated--but rather that it seems dwarfed by its role as part of a larger concept, the music mostly valuable for its possible real-world applications in videos, on tours, as action figures and video games, and all of the other manufactured, disposable pop culture ephemera for which Gorillaz was designed."

75 % The A.V. Club
"The lyrics on Humanz might be Gorillaz's darkest, but the album has lots of bright music."

70 % Resident Advisor
"Humanz is another strong entry in Albarn’s lengthy and brilliant catalog. At its best, it doubles down on what Albarn has done right all along while also pointing in new directions he can go."

70 % PopMatters
"Some of the band’s unique flavor still remains, as in the collaboration between Albarn, Pusha T, and Mavis Staples on “Let Me Out,” an unlikely match that wonderfully locks together. But without a unified sound or story to focus on, the album sometimes falls into the modern sinkhole of too many options presented at once."

70 % Boston Globe
"When [Albarn] stays away from the light and the mic, Humanz shines."

70 % Spin
"With so many talented people involved, Humanz was always going to have its moments, and it is undoubtedly an engaging, intriguing and bold record. Yet when compared to Demon Days or Plastic Beach, one cannot help but feel just a little underwhelmed by the songs here."

70 %
"Albarn's curation is sharp, and he keeps things moving quickly, so the energy rarely flags, even over 26 songs (on the deluxe edition). If it's an uneven LP, it's fairly brilliant by mixtape standards, which may be the best way to measure it."

70 % Rolling Stone
"Humanz is good, because Gorillaz are good, and it distinguishes itself by probably being the band’s most party-orientated record, which is great. But ultimately it feel like Gorillaz are now more curators than provocateurs, locked into a classy, comfortable groove."

70 % Drowned In Sound
"All the masks and cameos aside, this still feels like a Damon Albarn solo project, a place for him to treat the studio like the welcoming arms of oblivion, and for us to join him."

69 % Pitchfork
"With a bit more focus, Humanz could have been an essential part of Gorillaz’s narrative. Instead, it’s a scatterbrained frenzy of emotion--which is what’s to be expected of anything immersing itself in the chaotic, logic-free nonsense of the world post-election."

67 % Consequence of Sound
"While Humanz is the biggest departure Gorillaz has yet attempted, it is also their biggest grower. On repeated listens, the concept begins to sink in, and it starts to feel like Albarn is giving us a mirror."

65 % Under The Radar
"Unfortunately, few songs truly stand out. Peven Everett’s effusive turn on Strobelite is the biggest pop moment, while De La Soul fronting the pounding Momentz gives the album some early momentum."

60 % NOW Magazine
"The best tracks can often be those that seem most unlikely, where pairings take flight and logic takes a breather."

60 % The Observer (UK)
"Humanz falters not when its concept runs thin, but when Albarn and his cavalcade of co-conspirators begin to run out of the meaty hooks that have defined Gorillaz's best work."

60 % Slant Magazine

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