Gorillaz ‎– Dare

Parlophone ‎– 12RDJ 6668X, Parlophone ‎– 12RDJ 6668
Vinyl, 12", Promo


On B-Side label is written following cat#.: 12RDJ 6668X

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
00946 335254 0 5 Gorillaz Dare(CD, Maxi, Enh) Parlophone 00946 335254 0 5 Europe 2005 Sell This Version
none Gorillaz Dare (US Mixes)(CDr, Maxi, Promo) Virgin Records America, Inc. none US 2005 Sell This Version
GORILLAZ 1 Gorillaz Dare(12", Promo) Virgin Records America, Inc. GORILLAZ 1 US 2005 Sell This Version
CDRDJ6668, 00946 331066 2 8 Gorillaz Dare(CD, Single, Promo, Car) Parlophone, Parlophone CDRDJ6668, 00946 331066 2 8 UK 2005 Sell This Version
12RDJ 6668X Gorillaz Dare(12", S/Sided, Promo, W/Lbl) Parlophone 12RDJ 6668X UK 2005 Sell This Version



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March 10, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
The original mix is a smash hit on its own. With its big bouncy beats, its not possible for anyone not to like this song. Yeah, sure the lyrics are repetitive, but at least its not Crazy Frog.

The Soulwax Remix is a bit more mysterious with the use of the "humming" sound. The new revised drum beat makes for a more mysterious effect.

The DFA's 12 minute Mix is a really example of nice House. The use of cow bells and the strumming bass guitar make for a strong beat (of course not forgetting the drums), and therefore making the song great. And the surprising use of 2-D's vocal recording instead of Noodles make for a better mix. 5 minutes into the song marks the end of the vocal session in the song, and into the instrumental sessions. The instrumental session is on a class of its own, with the drum beats and organ sound effects, it really makes it for great house song. The ending of the mix is simplified down to leaving the drums brnig it to a close.

Overall, Gorillaz have proven themselves worthy again by producing one great song, and, having other DJ's perfect its quality.