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Release dates:

  • Theatrical: 7th February 2008
  • Home video: 20th April 2009

Formats: Digital / DVD

Directed by Ceri Levy, this documentary compiles archive footage & artwork from the first two phases of Gorillaz; and was first shown at the Berlin International Film Festival.


History to Date…

History to Date...

Release date: 2005

Formats: DVDr (Promo)

An EPK that summarises the band’s history up until early-Phase 2.

Demon Days Live at the Manchester Opera House

Demon Days Live at the Manchester Opera House

Release date: 27th March 2006

Formats: DVD

A live performance from the Demon Days Live tour. This concert has also been released in audio format via Spotify in 2011.


Setlist –

  1. Intro
  2. Last Living Souls
  3. Kids with Guns [feat. Neneh Cherry]
  4. O Green World
  5. Dirty Harry [feat. Bootie Brown]
  6. Feel Good Inc [feat. De La Soul]
  7. El Mañana
  8. Every Planet We Reach Is Dead [feat. Ike Turner]
  9. November Has Come [feat. MF DOOM]
  10. All Alone [feat. Roots Manuva & Martina Topley-Bird]
  11. White Light
  12. DARE [feat. Shaun Ryder]
  13. Fire Coming Out of the Monkey’s Head
  14. Don’t Get Lost In Heaven
  15. Demon Days
  16. Hong Kong
  17. Latin Simone [feat. Ibrahim Ferrer (Archive Footage)]

Visualisers –

  1. Intro
  2. Last Living Souls
  3. Kids with Guns
  4. O Green World
  5. El Mañana
  6. Every Planet We Reach Is Dead
  7. November Has Come
  8. All Alone
  9. White Light
  10. Fire Coming Out of the Monkey’s Head
  11. Don’t Get Lost In Heaven
  12. Demon Days
  13. Hong Kong
  14. Latin Simone

Phase Two: Slowboat to Hades

Phase Two: Slowboat to Hades

Release date: 30th October 2006

Formats: DVD & CD-ROM

A compilation of various videos from across Phase 2; including music videos, visualisers & various TV appearances. The release also includes a fold-out map to help viewers navigate the menus.



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Rock It

Release date: 8th December 2004

This video was released on the band’s official website in 2004 to hype up Demon Days; when it first came out, it used an early version of the track that was replaced on later releases (including official uploads online). The song itself wasn’t available in any audio format until D-Sides released; three years later.

Feel Good Inc.

Standard version

Release date: 25th March 2005

Band Commentary Edition

Murdoc Niccals Commentary Edition


Release date: 16th July 2005

On the DVD for The Singles Collection 2001-2011, the final shot was edited to change the posters in Murdoc’s Winnebago.

Dirty Harry

Release date: 25th October 2005

El Mañana

Release date: 11th March 2006


Spitting out the Demons

Bill Murray

The Swagga

Samba at 13


Murdoc Is God

Happy Landfill

Demon Days (Gorillaz 20 Mix)



Last Living Souls

Kids with Guns

O Green World

El Mañana

Interestingly, the image used for this visual is a drawing unrelated to Gorillaz; it’s titled Bike ride in Baton Rouge. Future performances would replace this with the song’s music video once it was released.

Every Planet We Reach Is Dead

November Has Come

All Alone

White Light

Fire Coming Out of the Monkey’s Head

Don’t Get Lost In Heaven

Demon Days

Hong Kong

Latin Simone (Que Pasa Contigo)

This visual contains archive footage showing Ibrahim Ferrer from when he was recording the track for Gorillaz. This portion of the Demon Days Live concerts was added in memory of him.


Feel Up (Grammy Awards 2006)

This performance at the 2006 Grammys marked the second of two Feel Good Inc. hologram performances during Phase 2, both using the same holograms; however, the Grammy performance added Madonna to the visuals, transitioning the performance into her single, Hung Up. This video only contains the raw hologram section of the performance.

Dirty Harry (BRIT Awards 2006)

This BRIT Awards performance had a giant screen at the back of the stage displaying these visuals, with a full choir of children & an orchestra in front.


Several variations of these idents were made for TV, some specifying that the following music videos were being shown exclusively; while others mention the channels they were designed to be broadcast on.

Hip Hop Machine

Mexican Jailer

Despite being the most inappropriate ident, this one funnily had several alternate versions mentioning the channels they were specifically made to air on; including MTV, Fox Kids, The Box, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, VH1 & several others.


Capsule Hotel


Talent Quest

This G Bite was made to promote the Search for a Star contest; shorter edits of this G Bite also exist.

On the Island


Motorola Sting

Kidrobot: 2-Tone Edition


Interview Kit

Several TV stations were given a template to interview Gorillaz, asking a pre-written set of questions to the band whilst appearing on a TV screen within the footage provided.

Noodle DARE Interview

Noodle VMA Acceptance Speech

MTV Cribs

Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

This interview with Damon & Jamie included a small portion where the band appeared in the green room. This video is just the sections with the band.

The Essentials: Gorillaz

An MTV documentary about the history of Gorillaz; with Damon & Jamie discussing their time working on the band.

Puppet Videos

To save money on animation, various videos were made using 2D & Murdoc puppets. These puppets would be used for interviews, brief videos, public appearances & as spectators during Demon Days Live concerts a-la The Muppet Show.