Rise of the Ogre
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It contains previously unknown secrets of the band, such as future plans of the movie, new and rare art by Gorillaz co-creator Jamie Hewlett, the "low down" on Kong Studios, their headquarters, and the story of the truth behind the " El Mañana" video.
Feel free to contact one our staff team members for help, or visit our Discord server for more information. Rise of the Ogre is an autobiography about the virtual band Gorillaz, ostensibly written by the four band-members in collaboration with (actual) Gorillaz musician and official scribe Cass Browne. The book blends fact and fiction throughout, interspersing commentary from the band members with actual quotes from their creators, collaborators and critics. Signed by Cass and Hewel, with the original fake library pouch~~VG+/VG 1st ed 2006 hardback, unclipped DJ. While I know most of the "real" background info on them, I much rather prefer to believe them as real people.But remember you love Kermit the Frog and Gonzo for them, not because it's Jim Henson and Frank Oz moving them. surface tear to lower front edge of DJ, a little surface rubbing wear and discoloration to edge and top of spine of DJ, some rubbing and light scratches to jacket, internally VG and unmarked. It covers the band from 2000 and their first EP, Tomorrow Comes Today through their 2006 tour ending at the Apollo Theater. It was first published on October 26, 2006 in the United Kingdom and later on November 2, 2006 in the United States. My only wish is that they would release the book with added info, since Plastic Beach came out afterwards.
The book details the life-stories of the band-members: Murdoc Niccals, 2-D, Russel Hobbs, and Noodle. Images Donate icon An illustration of a heart shape Donate Ellipses icon An illustration of text ellipses.
As a long time fan of Gorillaz, I enjoy watching, listening, and reading anything they come up with. Gorillaz have always been as much about the visuals as they are about the music, and the autobiography will be a feast for the eyes. The band has shot to popularity in the UK following their debut album, Gorillaz , and have been named "World's Most Successful Virtual Band" according to the Guiness Book of Records.