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Feel Good Inc Single, Maxi, Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 16 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi, Import
  • Label: EMI/Parlophone
  • ASIN: B0007ZOYDC
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
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1. Feel Good Inc.
2. Spitting Out The Demons

Product Description

The First Single from the Animated Four's Sophomore Effort, "Demon Days". The Single Edit is Backed with the NON-LP Track "Spitting Out the Demons".

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 4.7 out of 5 stars 7 reviews
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't Stop.. Get it .. Get it... It's pretty amazing. Feb. 18 2006
By Patrick L. Randall - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I could speculate as to the meaning of the lyrics of "Feel Good, Inc." by the Gorillaz, but I haven't put much thought to it because I don't care. The sound and arrangement of this song are so inventive that it's just a treat to listen to it. Analyzing it would just spoil it.

Nine months after first hearing this song as part of an Ipod commercial, I still enjoy it as much now as I did then. When it comes on the radio, I turn the volume up; I will repeat it when it comes up on my play list on my Ipod; and I will make everyone shut up and listen when the video pops up on MTV.

The opening track of hysterical laughter immediately signals this will be a different type of song. 2-D's (one of the members of this animated band) monotone lyrics amid a thumping bass guitar leave one unprepared for the loftier chorus, the amazing guitar interlude, and certainly not for the secondary rap chorus provided by hip-hop masters De La Soul. The mixture is the most eclectic since Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" and is mature and memorable. "Feel Good, Inc." is a song that should not just be listened to, but rather, experienced.
5.0 out of 5 stars FAV July 18 2008
By Snow White - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Gorillaz will always be one of my favorite bands. Every song on this CD is extremely awesome/cool/fun/different/interesting/artistic/unique. Their style is so laid back and free that you can't help loving it. I enjoy it because it's actually ARTISTIC and CREATIVE. A ton of music groups out right now are same old, same old and though they may sound good, it's still fairly boring when compared with Gorillaz. I absolutely love the art by Jamie Hewlett I think? Same guy who helped do Tank Girl!!! It fits the music so well. Lastly, the themes in these songs are actually quite serious (one song is titled Kids With Guns and is also one of my favs) there's also a kind of story/song in the end that really makes you think.
Anywho...the whole concept of Gorillaz is any artist's wet dream. The music and art combined is so unique and fun...I can't imagine anyone not loving this CD.

p.s. the art in the CD cover is fantastic. There's actually one picture of the gorillaz in the "HELP!" pose that The Beatles originally did and it's really quite adorable. Also, there's one where it has a sort of "Where's Waldo" theme...
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Gorillaz B-sides that everyone should hear... July 5 2005
By H. Carlsen - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Being a Gorillaz fan and seeing the list list of unknown B-sides, this was a must buy CD. Don't spend 40 dollars go th a different seller and spend 20 or so. Also if you really want the track for a even lower price goto the G-shop from the offical website site and get most of the tracks there just for 99 cents each but Murdoc is God is not there.

Track 1 : Feel Good Inc. (singal verison) 3/5

Becoming a rather popular song because of being played on ipod, this song does get old after a while sadly. Overall great song to dance to, although its slightly different from the album.

Track 2: Spitting Out The Demons (B-side) 4/5

A long song clocking in at 5:10,its trance of dark music with Reggae beats playing is just something to kick back and enjoy listing too. The bass and giutar are really played nicely by Murdoc and Noodle.

Track 3: Bill Murray (B-side) 3/5

A heavy bass beat and a light drum beat this song is a great overall because of 2-D talent vocal skills. Danger Mouse is one great disc jocky giving Gorillaz a big way to be different and unique and this song is just another way to prove it.

Track 4: Murdoc Is God (B-side) 5/5

A guitar being played loyndly as heck to say Murod is great and his our king. The song is wicked good this song is right up there with blurs most popular song "song 2" or aka "woo-hoo" should of been on the record.

Video 1: Feel Good Inc. 4/5

The video is always nice to see because of this song has about 3 different lil beats in it and how its play is that, you have rap part, 2-D's emo, and noodle adding a peaceful moment between it all. The video on the CD is not the DVD quality but its great to watch full screen on the Computer.

Note: Works in all CD and DVD players

And this is Trouty Saying where Del?
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The return of the Gorillaz June 7 2005
By Antonio L. Patton - Published on
Format: Audio CD
After a short hiatus and some line-up changes the Gorillaz are back I guess you could call them the original G-unit. This time out the wonderful cartoon band has a single that is every bit as infectious as their signature toon Clint Eastwood. The tunes is upbeat catchy and also features a guest appearence by De La Soul which really add more then just a hip hop element, but a since of humor and freshness to the gorillaz sound. Should be all over the radio this summer.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Feel Good Inc Dec 30 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: Audio CD
If this is the correct single I'm thinking of, it comes not only with Feel Good Inc, but Murdoc Is God, Bill Murray, and Spitting Out The Demons, all of which are rare songs. As for it's meaning, the tower represents a dystopic society in shambles, and the windmill represents innocence and freedom from that society.

2-D's lyrics really bring the song together, and Noodle's acoustic riff on the second chorus is awe-inspiring. Gorillaz did a GREAT job with FGI overall; couldn't of hit the nail on the head any better.