In other words this is Gorillaz dubbed up and slowed down, which isn't much of an improvement, considering 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. I 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 the time or inclination to make a deposit with a check, or CD, that doesn't bounce.