Everyday Robots, the first fully-realized Damon Albarn solo album. It's twelve songs invite the listener into Albarn's world for a genuine 'one-to-one' and are the most soulsearching and autobiographical since his musical journey began. Albarn is first to admit he's a restless soul when it comes to music. What's certain is that all of the projects of his musical career thus far - from Blur to Gorillaz, The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Mali Music, Monkey: Journey To The West or Dr Dee - help form this singular artist' smusical DNA. This album is quite clearly about his experiences, from early childhood right through. Ghosts of Albarn's boyhood in Leytonstone and Colchester walk hand-in-hand with reflections on life and love, on nature versus technology. He visits more recent habitats...under London's Westway and idyllic Devon as well as pondering the trappings of modern existence such as computer games and mobile phones. EverydayEveryday Robots was recorded in Albarn's 13 Studio in London and is produced by Richard Russell, head of XL Recordings. 2014.
62591ODamon Albarn - Everyday Robots (CD)http://d3dvedx3sqrauf.cloudfront.net/i/boxart/large/33/13/825646331314.jpg?v=318.9817.08USDInStock/Genre/Pop-Rock/Music Categories/Rock-and-PopCMJ: "Because of its upbeat sound and layered lyrics that relate back to Albarn's message of technological disconnection, 'Mr. Tembo' is one of the most effective songs on the album."Parlophone (Wea)CDPop-RockDamon-Albarn2014-04-07