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Gnarls Barkley – St. Elsewhere

Gnarls Barkley – St. Elsewhere

Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere

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Two greats have joined forces in order to bring the world an amazingly eclectic and well constructed album. St. Elsewhere is the collective effort of Cee-Lo (better known for his involvement in Goodie Mob), and Danger Mouse, popular international DJ. Together they go by the name Gnarles Barkley. Both have been producing music for a good many years now, and it shows. With two of the tracks off the album (St. Elsewhere and Crazy) already having been on the UK’s chart at # 1 respectively, the album has been greeted with astounding success. One could go so far to say as this album is possibly Gnarls Barkley’s biggest success to date. I don’t think that there is a club in the world that hasn’t had the song crazy played for its patrons. It was even the unofficial 2006 summer anthem in the UK. Another interesting cover is that of the Violent Femmes’ “Gone Daddy Gone”. A bit of a surprise to hear it in the album but somehow it fits. There are also some great Motown renditions that leave one with an almost nostalgic ear. It’s an interesting album in that it mixes an eclectic array of music and does it well. With two instant hits in the UK alone, Gnarls Barkley seems set for some far greater heights. Let’s hope that St. Elsewhere will be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.