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My favourite band

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Karl Kirt

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My favourite band

by Karl Kirt
Lehtse School
9th form
alternative rock,
alternative hip hop,
trip hop,
electronica
Mike Smith – keyboards (2001–present)
Cass Browne – drums, percussion (2001–present)
Simon Tong – lead & rhythm guitar (2005–present)
Jeff Wootton – lead guitar (2010–present)
Mick Jones – rhythm guitar (2010–present)
Paul Simonon – bass guitar (2010–present)
Jesse Hackett – keyboards (2010–present)
Gabriel Wallace – drums, percussion (2010–present) Vocals, keyboards, rhythm guitar, melodica Murdoc 2D Noodle Damon Albarn Jamie Hewlett Illustration, visuals, FX Vocals, guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, drums, percussions, melodica Russel bass guitar, drum machine drums, percussion, rapping guitars, keyboards, vocals ..an English musical and visual project. Created by & Project consists of itself an extensive fictional universe depicting a "virtual band" of cartoon characters. This band has four genres Band has eight former live members
Simon Katz – lead & rhythm guitar (2001–2002)
Junior Dan – bass guitar (2001–2002)
William Lyonell – lead & rhythm guitar (2001–2005)
Roberto Occhipinti – bass guitar (2002)
Simon Jones – rhythm guitar (2005–2006)
Morgan Nicholls – bass guitar (2005–2010) Tours
Gorillaz Live (2001–2002)
Demon Detour (2005)
Demon Days Live in (2005–2006)
Escape to Plastic Beach Tour (2010) Albums Released in March 2001 Released in May 2005 Released on March 2010 Best singles Released in March 2001 Released in June 2001 Released in March 2002 Released in July 2002 Released in May 2005 Released in August 2005 Released in May 2006 Released in January 2010 Released in July 2010 virtual band? Group whose members are not corporeal musicians, but animated characters. & Voiced by Damon Albarn Voiced by Phil Cornwell Remi Kabaka Jr. - speaking voice
Cass Browne - drums Voiced by Miho Hatori, Haruka Kuroda, Yukimi Nagano Awards Why do I like them? I could listen their music at any time.
It's a unique virtual band.
Their songs will haunt.
Each song has it's own nature.
I like their music videos.
Their music genres are just what I like to listen.
Gorillaz have done one of my favourite songs. Album Gorillaz sold over seven million copies and earned them an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records as the Most Successful Virtual Band music video animated members. live members. Thanks for your attention!
I hope you like it. ..are.. Mike Smith Cass Browne Simon Tong Jeff Wootton Mick Jones Paul Simonon Jesse Hackett Gabriel Wallace
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