Release date: 18th November 2002
Formats: DVD & CD-ROM
The band’s first video release, compiling various videos from across Phase 1; including music videos, live performances & Gorillabitez. The release also includes a fold-out map to help viewers navigate the menus.
- Music videos
- Live performances
- Other features
- Other features
Release date: 27th November 2000
The band’s first ever video, introducing the world to Gorillaz.
Murdoc Niccals Commentary Edition
Release date: 31st January 2001
Release date: 8th June 2001
Release date: 28th September 2001
5/4 was originally intended to be the band’s second single, but kept getting pushed back. The single was eventually scrapped and the video was left unfinished.
19-2000 (Soulchild Remix)
Release date: 2002
On the DVD for The Singles Collection 2001-2011, the start & end of the video are changed; removing the added visuals and tweaking the audio.
Release date: 22nd July 2002
Gorillaz (Gorillaz 20 Mix)
Clint Eastwood (1st Version)
Clint Eastwood (2nd Version)
Man Research (Clapper)
Sound Check (Gravity)
Latin Simone (Que Pasa Contigo)
Clint Eastwood (Ed Case/Sweetie Irie Refix)
These were a series of various shorts made to be aired on MTV as promotion, marking the first time the band were depicted on-screen outside their music videos.
Game of Death
Jump the Gut
“Hey! Our Toys Have Arrived.”
This Gorillabite remains unfinished and wasn’t released until Phase 2.
19-2000 (2D Interview)
A short used to introduce the 19-2000 music video.
EMA Acceptance Speech
This speech was originally planned to be played during the 2001 VMA’s, but once it was discovered that they hadn’t won, it was too late and the video had already been made. It was partially dubbed over and used at a different award show later that year.
911 (Single Trailer)
Charts of Darkness
A Channel 4 mockumentary that delves into the concept of Gorillaz, going behind the scenes, as well as dissecting what Damon & Jamie aimed to accomplish with the band’s image; whilst also poking fun at their sanity (or lack thereof).
Performances with these visuals involved four giant screens on stage, with a fifth screen above them all. The lower screens were spread out to make it seem like the band were actually on stage.