Tomorrow Comes Today (Middle Row mix)

This remix of Tomorrow Comes Today appeared on the white label promo Damon put out in late 2000. The promo contained three remixes (the Ed Case Refix of Clint Eastwood, the Curtis Lynch Jr. mix of Slow Country and this one). The promo was another way for Damon to slowly build anticipation and interest for his new act, in the right areas. Middle Row Records is a small record label in the UK which is a home to many famous garage artists, such as Oxide and Neutrino, and indeed Ed Case himself. However this remix was not credited, and as the sleeve was a white label promo the work has gone uncredited. The track itself is a creditable version of Tomorrow Comes Today, but adds nothing to the original and takes away quite a bit.

Official song credits

Written by Gorillaz
Performed by Gorillaz
Produced by Dan The Automator and Gorillaz
Co-produced by Tom Girling and Jason Cox
Engineered by Tom Girling and Jason Cox
Pro-Tools by Tom Girling
Assistant engineer: Toby Whelan
Remixed by an unknown person from Middle Row Records

Versions & availibility(Click links for exact discographical details)

'Tomorrow Comes Today (Middle Row mix)' [5:01] - available only on the first white label promo for Clint Eastwood, released late 2000. See 'UK promos' section in the Clint Eastwood entry in the discography for more details.


Tomorrow Comes Today was played live but this remix of it was never played live.


Everybody's here with me

Everybody's here with me

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Everybody's here with me

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