In other words, this is Gorillaz dubbed up and slowed down, which isn't much of an improvement when you consider most of what appeared on the 2001 original was b-b-boring to begin with. Albarn's out to claim the title of Great Rock-and-Roll Swindler, if only he'd rock and roll just a little bit; it's all starting to sound a little blurry. With the Spacemonkeyz in tow (on a rope made of gold, likely), Gorillaz monkey with their old stuff (what, a week old?) and make it sound older; seem to recall I had all this on vinyl in 1983, when two-tone wasn't one-note, or on CD in 1997, back when rock critics were still trying to sell Lee "Scratch" Perry to the unsuspecting, unstoned public. Nice work if you can get it, or if you can call it work at all. Me, I'm a little tired of being Damon's cash machine whenever he needs to make a withdrawal but hasn't time nor inclination to make a deposit with a check, or CD, that doesn't bounce.