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The Now Now
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The Now Now is the sixth studio album by the British virtual band Gorillaz. The album was released on 29 June 2018 via Parlophone and Warner Bros. Recording began during the North American leg of the Humanz Tour in late 2017. According to Gorillaz co-creator, Damon Albarn, the album was recorded quickly so that the band would have more material to play at future concerts

The Now Now grapples with subjects such as isolation, fear of loss, aging, rejoining the flow of the world, and inevitably being left behind by it. This is the sixth album from Gorillaz. It released on June 29, 2018 following their last album Humanz, which released in 2017. This same phrase was spotted on posters which hung from the wall at Britain’s All Points East Festival on May 26, 2018. I get my chords and then I improvise the words in one take.

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The Now Now’, then, is a welcome prospect. Their sixth album is made of 11-tracks recorded by Damon Albarn with producer James Ford in London earlier this year. He did so, mainly, because it gives him a reason to go on tour this year. The cynic in you will want to label this album as a quick cash grab, but you absolutely shouldn’t, it’s much more than measured release than that. The obvious comparison to this record is ‘The Fall’, their fourth studio album. As told in the latest instalment to Gorillaz’ highly entertaining mythology, their wicked bassist Murdoc is banged up in Wormwood Scrubs, and ‘The Now Now’ is the product of the sensitive 2D reprising his role as the band’s creative driving force. Albarn’s lyrics are more introspective as a result.

The Now Now is the sixth studio album by English virtual band Gorillaz. It was released on 29 June 2018 in the United Kingdom by Parlophone and in the United States by Warner Bros. Recording began with fewer collaborators than usual, due to criticism over the band's previous album Humanz (2017) having too many, during the North American leg of the Humanz Tour in late 2017.

Records Inc. Mixed At – Studio 13 (4). Engineered At – Studio 13 (4). Engineered At – Brick Road Studios. The Now Now ‎(LP, Album, Blu + Box, Dlx).


Humility 3:18
Tranz 2:43
Hollywood 4:54
Kansas 4:09
Sorcererz 3:00
Idaho 3:42
Lake Zurich 4:14
Magic City 4:00
Fire Flies 3:53
One Percent 2:21
Souk Eye 4:35


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) Parlophone none 2018
none Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(11xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Parlophone none 2018
none Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(11xFile, FLAC, Album, 44.) Parlophone none 2018
2-572304 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Parlophone 2-572304 US 2018
WPCR-18062 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone WPCR-18062 Japan 2018
9029564343 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Warner Music Taiwan 9029564343 Taiwan 2018
9029564343 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone 9029564343 Australia 2018
9029562596 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone, Warner Music Russia 9029562596 Russia 2018
0190295643430 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone 0190295643430 Argentina 2018
0190295643430 , 572304-2 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone, Warner Bros. Records 0190295643430 , 572304-2 Canada 2018
0190295643430 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone 0190295643430 Europe 2018
0190295643430 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone 0190295643430 Mexico 2018
190295643430 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album, Jew) Parlophone 190295643430 Brazil 2018
2-572304 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Warner Bros. Records , Parlophone 2-572304 Russia 2018
sl 18105 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Star Line sl 18105 Russia 2018
0190295600150 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd) Parlophone 0190295600150 UK 2018
0190295600150 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Parlophone 0190295600150 Indonesia 2018
0190295643423 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(LP, Album) Parlophone 0190295643423 UK, Europe & US 2018
0190295643416 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(LP, Album, Blu + Box, Dlx) Parlophone 0190295643416 UK & Europe 2018
PCD-1215 ゴリラス* = Gorillaz ゴリラス* = Gorillaz - ザ・ナウ・ナウ = The Now Now ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Warner Music Japan PCD-1215 Japan 2018
190295565282 Gorillaz The Now Now ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, M/Print, Pic) Parlophone 190295565282 UK, Europe & US 2019

  • Shakar
Awesome release and pressing. Sounds amazing with the right setup. Really low surface noise, great soundstage and dynamics! Highly recommended
  • Nikobar
Does anyone else's have Idaho as the last song on side A despite it saying on the label that it should be the first on side B?
  • GawelleN
The label is misprinted, all copies have Idaho on side A
  • Flower
While the music itself isn't bad, in fact, I think it's the best Gorillaz album since Plastic Beach, the pressing is terrible. The last three songs on both side A and B are fine, the tracks Humility, Hollywood, and Magic City skip maybe 3 times each, but Tranz and Lake Zurich skip nonstop, to the point where they are almost unplayable. It's really a shame, because I've heard similar things about the vinyl pressings of Demon Days and Plastic Beach, and decided to buy this instead, only to have the same problem. Very disappointed.
  • invincible
Just 28 Gbp now on quick, their priceing system are dynamic
  • kewdiepie
I assume that my copy is failed. The sound is very poor, without brightness, I only hear bass. My other Gorillaz vinyls sound incredible.
  • Xaluenk
Mine also sounds dull, like they turned the treble down. It's a very very bad masterign.I've heard that from other copies too. I have the normal black vinyl. You too?
  • Elastic Skunk
It’s probably a defective copy. Plural of vinyl is vinyl, btw ;)
  • Grarana
Anyone else have a problem with playing this cassette? I purchased this sealed and since I first played it I've had issues with not being able to fast forward, rewind, etc. Also the tape itself gets tangled up very often and I've already had to cut the blank area and flip the tape because it somehow got upside down. All my other cassettes play fine in the same cassette player. Any ideas?
  • Yainai
That's odd. Are you using a lower end cassette player? Iv'e run my copy through 2 different SONY Walkmen and a Sanyo deck with absolutely 0 issues.
  • Vrion
Mine's been fine, but i've only played it a few times
  • Went Tyu
A return to form after the uninspiring, over-hyped "Humanz." Guest artists kept to a minimum, but I'll take quality of the guests over quantity any day. George Benson AND Snoop Dogg? Awesome!
  • Erennge
Extremely clean and clear sounding, almost 0 noise floor. One of the best sounding records I own. Didn't even bother cleaning it.
  • Corgustari
Any idea how many of them are there out there ?
  • Early Waffle
No problems with my copy, good inherent volume but give it a nice cleaning before playback to be on the safe side. To my ears, it sounds like a follow-up to "Plastic Beach" more than "Humanz"... and I'm just fine with that. :)
  • White_Nigga
I absolutely love this album. Its a musical triumph. I wasn't really into Humanz, which I found to be a disconnecting sprawl of Albarn's studio parties. This on the other hand is a consistent record, with the Deluxe being a great product, with a very silent blue vinyl. My only criticism is that other than present bass, it sounds very boxed in, lacking in stereo sizzle and separation. This could be the source sounds (Albarn's use of iPad's etc) or the mastering... Still as an example of his relentless pursuit of melody, its an absolute winner.
  • Acebiolane
you can still get the cassette for £10 on
  • Celace
Thanks I got mine just in time. Now sold out !
  • Hbr
you can't buy it on the US Gorillaz store though
  • Mojar
The pressing is completely silent right out of the box and the sound is great. The included prints and diary are cool too.(I bought the set from Amazon for $66USD shipped to New Zealand. Well worth the money!)
  • Kefrannan
Amazing album. Sounds great on vinyl too! This might be one of my favorite Gorillaz albums since Demon Days and Plastic Beach.
  • Hinewen
Now, don’t get me wrong here - I’ve been a huge Gorillaz fan since the project’s inception and have followed it eagerly since, but this album is just disappointing.The album overall, from the imagery to the music itself, has a very strong hipster vibe. It’s aiming for a more 80s electronic sound (sorry, I mean “aesthetic”), which of course isn’t a bad thing in itself, it just smacks of trying to sound ‘cool’ instead of just actually being cool.Humility was a promising single, and that along with Tranz and Hollywood are album highlights. However, the rest of the tracks are totally forgettable. In fact, the album seems to end just as it was about to get interesting again.Sonically, it doesn’t sound good at all. It’s mixed to emphasise the lower frequencies (i.e. it’s way too bassy) to such an extent that the songs themselves are too quiet and become overwhelmed by the bass.The best thing I can say about it is that it’s nice to hear 2D/Damon (you know, the lead singer) on vocals again - ‘Plastic Beach’ suffered from too many features and ‘Humanz’ was major overkill.Gorillaz are clearly one of those artists where each album they release is never able to match the previous one. As much as I hate to be ‘that guy’ who says “But it’s not as good as their early stuff”, it’s true.In recent years, Damon Albarn has seemed to value quantity over quality, releasing ‘Humanz’ and ‘The Now Now’ in consecutive years (and this has been marketed as a major album, as opposed to a ‘G-Sides’ or ‘The Fall’ style stop-gap). It is in stark contrast to when he would spend a few years at a time creating genre-defying game-changers like ‘Gorillaz’ or ‘Demon Days’. Since then, he has been busying himself with an ever-growing list of side-projects, not giving himself the chance to put any kind of care and attention to any particular one.From ‘Plastic Beach’ onwards, he is always sure to mention how each album he records always has a few more albums worth of outtakes, but would never release any of it as a G/D-Sides style release. Now I’m starting to see why.…Or perhaps, we should just #FreeMurdoc ;)
  • Aver
Agreed with previous reviews. I'm spinning mine for the 4th time and virtually no noise and it sounds GREAT! I honestly think this is in contention for best Gorillaz album. Looking for a new summer album? This is your boy right here
  • Samulkree
It is well presented with shrink wrap and a hype sticker with the name of the band (Gorillaz) in stylised font, below the name of the band is the name of the album (The/Now/Now) in a 3D like coloured font. Removing the shrink wrap the packaging is a stiff cardboard with a 3D image of the album cover that changes with the positioning of the light. Opening the box we are greeted with four copies of original artwork by artist Jamie Hewlett. Underneath these prints is the album itself in a single cardboard sleeve very similar if not identical to the normal pressing. Inside this sleeve is another which houses the record pressed on a sky blue/acid blue colour. The artwork on inner sleeve is of the group in black and white and on the opposite side of the sleeve is a circular cut out showing the side B record label. The tracks are also listed on the back of the inner sleeve rotating around the cut out along with credits to those who contributed to the record. On the back of the outer sleeve is the the current members of the band in the following clockwise order 2D, Noodle, Ace and Russel. They are all side on facing to the left. In the centre of the back the outer sleeve is the track listing also in a circular positioning. Underneath the record is a little certificate of authenticity for 2D's Handbook on the left side of the package. The handbook itself is housed in a slightly recessed inlay which can easily be removed to view. On the right hand side we have the download card sitting on top of the 6 pins. The download card has art on it that is a smaller version found on the inner sleeve of the record. Underneath download card we have our 6 pins on a pink peace of cardboard. The first row on the left is a blue pin with pink and black writing stating "G/IS THE/MAGIC/NUMBER". On the right is a black pin with white writing stating "Save/us from/Him". Second row on the left is a pink pin with black, yellow, blue and red writing stating "POP/AGANDA" on the right we have a cream coloured pin with black writing stating "ART/DISEASE". Third row on the left we have a yellow pin with black writing stating "STRANGER/TOGETHER" and on the right we have a black pin with ping writing that states "YOUTH/AGAINST/INFANTS". That is everything that comes in the box
  • Malakelv
No 5 cards here. Mine was ordered directly from the gorillaz online-store.
  • INwhite
I believe the 5 cards are only available if you actually buy the album in stores. I got mine from HMV and it came with them.
  • mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
The Gorillaz online store doesn't have the 5 cards, that's an exclusive thing for Fnac and other physical shops, but not from the Gorillaz website unfortunately
  • Hulbine
52,99€ on amazon. Was 43€ on fnac preorder ! Funny to see some sellers for 80€...
  • Qumenalu
Record is dead silent and very dynamic right out of the sleeve, a pleasure to the ears and a sort of rebirth for Gorillaz
  • Bralore
Great album, great pressing. Very low surface noise. It was clean as a whistle out of the sleeve
  • Qwne
any special feature in this version ?
  • Pipet
Nothing it seems, no bonus track, no enhanced cd, only the Japanese liner notes.