Gorillaz ‎– Demon Days

Parlophone (2) ‎– 07243 873838 1 4
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Unofficial Release

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Intro
Written-By – Gorillaz
A2 Last Living Souls
Written-By – Gorillaz
A3 Kids With Guns
Vocals [Additional] – Neneh CherryWritten-By – Gorillaz
A4 O Green World
Written-By – Gorillaz
B1 Dirty Harry
Choir – San Fernandez Youth ChorusFeaturing – Bootie BrownWritten-By – Gorillaz, R. Robinson*
B2 Feel Good Inc.
Featuring – De La SoulWritten-By – D. Jolicoeur*, Gorillaz
B3 El Mañana
Violin – Antonia PagulatosWritten-By – Gorillaz
C1 Every Planet We Reach Is Dead
Piano [Solo] – Ike TurnerWritten-By – Gorillaz
C2 November Has Come
Featuring – MF DoomWritten-By – D. Dumile*, Gorillaz
C3 All Alone
Featuring – Roots ManuvaVocals [Additional] – Martina Topley-BirdWritten-By – Gorillaz, R. Smith*, S.Tong*
C4 White Light
Written-By – Gorillaz
D1 Dare
Backing Vocals – Rosie WilsonFeaturing – Shaun RyderWritten-By – Gorillaz
D2 Fire Coming Out Of The Monkey's Head
Narrator – Dennis Hopper (2)Written-By – Gorillaz
D3 Don't Get Lost In Heaven
Choir – London Community Gospel ChoirWritten-By – Gorillaz
D4 Demon Days
Choir – London Community Gospel ChoirWritten-By – Gorillaz

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Recorded at Kong Studios & 13.
Track D3 & D4: Choir recorded at Stephen's Church Canonbury.
Mixed at Pierce Rooms London.

Track A1: Contains elements from "Dark Earth" from "Dawn Of The Dead" soundtrack.

Comes in gatefold sleeve with credits and an illustration for each song inside.

The cat# in the cat#-field is the set number.
Each disk has its own cat#:
Disk 1: 07243 873949 1 9
Disk 2: 07243 873950 1 5

Made in the EU.

This release is an unofficial bootleg, the differences between the official release and this are:
• The inner sleeves are white (the original one have one member of the band on each side and they are very heavy).
• The 'Parental Advisory" is printed on the cover, original is a sticker.
• On rear cover, it reads "cpyright" instead of "copyright".
• The cover colour is not 100% black.
• The spine of the cover is white, the original one is black.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7243 8 73838 1 4

Other Versions (5 of 71) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0946 311691 2 0 Gorillaz Demon Days(CD, Album) Parlophone 0946 311691 2 0 UK & Europe 2005 Sell This Version
GDD0724387383814 Gorillaz Demon Days(2xLP, Album, Promo, Unofficial, Mar) Not On Label (Gorillaz) GDD0724387383814 Europe 2016 Sell This Version
0946 311688 2 6, 3116882 Gorillaz Demon Days(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) Parlophone, Parlophone 0946 311688 2 6, 3116882 Australia 2005 Sell This Version
BCS1905 Gorillaz Demon Days(CD, Album, Unofficial) Sound Plus (2) BCS1905 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
GDD0724387383814 Gorillaz Demon Days(2xLP, Album, Unofficial, Gre) Not On Label (Gorillaz) GDD0724387383814 Europe 2017 Sell This Version


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August 15, 2017
"This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace. It is not permitted to sell this item on Discogs."

interesting - after it was possible since years =)

and still these are available

but not the parlophone one...


July 24, 2017

Bootleg sounds ok and isn't too noisy, but mine was not pressed perfectly center making the cart go back and forth making ling notes noticably wavy. This makes a couple songs unlistenable.


June 25, 2017

Paid €25 for this release from my local record store. It plays just fine but if i compare this bootleg to the reissues of Gorillaz - Gorillaz and Plastic Beach from the actual label this just lacks that last 10 percent that gives it it's clarity and detail in the voices. For a bootleg mine sounds pretty nice but I would immediately exchange it for a official reissue if that ever comes out. For now this will have to do though because the original release might be "the best" and all, it's just way too expensive!


August 29, 2016
unless you don't already know, the bootleg has a few tell tale signs that its not original. 1. the parental advisory is printed part of the cover and Not as the original is a sticket. 2. on the reverse there is a typo in the word 'copyright'.
I fell for this copy myself and although I'm ok with the cover (gatefold) the plain paper sleeves are what disappoint me the most.
The sound, its ok. not great, but unless you're so anal you nit pick the clarity of a few octaves and a bass tone this is a passable bootleg.


May 18, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Just admit it, the bootleg is complete poor mans quality, if it even holds any quality that is. I have listened to both original and this bootleg back to back on the same setup. For the crossley buying fools out there trying to compare records, you should not contribute to any sense for an attempt at a record review, especially when it's powerhoused by a crossley player. It would only result in useless inconclusive information. So don't bother. There is a huge difference between these two, original is smooth and deep throughout the balance spectrum when it comes to actual sound travel and detail it carries with it. Bootleg just straight up sounds like a flat old dusty ass brick.


April 29, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

I bought this on a flea market for 28 € and I don't regret it. The Sound is very good. The gatefold sleeve looks great, too. I think the identification, that it's actually a bootleg is quite hard for a "normal" collector.
Don't pay more than 30 €. Even if it's a great and well made bootleg, it's still a bootleg...


March 14, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

I found by chance in new and so I bought at a reasonable price (€ 30), I do not regret it. the sound is really good, even better than my official release of Gorillaz (2001). I do not understand the comments that speak of tone mp3 type, unless there is a default on the copy ...


January 7, 2016
As others have said, the sound quality of the bootleg is good. I owned an original until very recently, and the difference is pretty minimal. However, don't pay over the odds for it - I snapped up a copy on eBay for just over £20. Do not pay more, you're wasting your money. An official reissue will emerge eventually.


January 2, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
The sound on this is definitely good (using a shure M44G on a Technics SL-1210mk2), it's not distorted or bad at all. It also doesn't sound like a (bad) mp3. Maybe the OG press has a little bit more "depth" or "clarity" to it's sound, i got this copy at a pretty cheap price so i can't complain. (i have the black vinyl version btw).


October 21, 2015
hilarious tbh