Gnarls Barkley

Gnarls Barkley
Innovation

Britain is about to be hit by its first ever number 1 record that hasn't been committed (officially) to CD, tape or vinyl.

Henry Lambert
  • 3 april 2006


Britain is about to be hit by its first ever number 1 record that hasn’t been committed (officially) to CD, tape or vinyl.

The record by Gnarls Barkley, a collaboration between Cee-Lo and Danger Mouse, is physically released on Monday 3rd April, but currently tops the iTunes download charts. The song itself, Crazy, is a catchy funk/soul tune that has a Nina Simone-esque vocal and a real feel of classic Motown to the backing track.

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