//GORILLAZ SONGS//

White Light

Some bad quality recording of Damon Albarn (2D) singing "Alcohol, white light" and humming some 'to-be-added' bass is the bass for this song. Then they've popped in a few beeps, some drums and a bass and you get "White Light". At first listen maybe a bit disappointing, since Gorillaz themselves said the track would be superb, but after a few listens to the album, "White Light" fits in. The lyrics don't make much sense, but, they're genuinly cool. The bass is keeping your attention by regularly poisoning the bassline Damon's humming. The drums get hit hard, and therefore it's cool, obviously. Surely, the worst track of 'Demon Days'... So? it's cool! And for something that is cool, it doesn't matter what other people think about it. This song has its own personality, a very rough one.


Official song credits

Written by Gorillaz
Performed by Gorillaz
Produced by Gorillaz, Dangermouse, Jason Cox and James Dring
Co-produced by Jason Cox
Engineered by Jason Cox
Pro-Tools by James Dring
Assistant engineer: Toby Whelan



Versions & availibility(Click links for exact discographical details)

'White Light' [2:08] - available on all versions of the album Demon Days
'White Light' (Instrumental) [2:15] -
available on an instrumental version of the album Demon Days
'White Light (Live At The Manchester Opera House)' [2:26] - available on the DVD Demon Days Live At The Manchester Opera House



Live

To be performed live at the upcoming gigs.



 
Lyrics:
 

White light
White light
White light
Alcohol, alcohol, alcohol, white light

White light
White light
White light
Alcohol, alcohol, alcohol, white light

White light
White light
White light
Alcohol, alcohol, alcohol, white light

White light
White light
White light
Alcohol, alcohol, alcohol, white light

White light
White light
White light
Alcohol, alcohol, alcohol, white light

White light
White light
White light
Alcohol, alcohol, alcohol, white light

 

 




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