Rise of the Ogre is the autobiography of Gorillaz, written by Cass Browne and Rise of the Ogre has also released a four-part audiobook single of the book. Rise of the Ogre by “Gorillaz”, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications.

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Description “I tell you what, right, I can guarantee you’re going to get some real juicy bits of Gorillaz info. Why did I read this?

Like a lot of other reviewers, I grew up listening to Gorillaz and enjoyed their music. For more information see www.

Oct 16, destiny rated it it was amazing. Jan 02, Emily rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Apr 14, Rob rated it really liked it Shelves: Included will be their emailing with their motley crew of collaborators, from Ike Turner to Sean Ryder, and accounts of the gigs, the movie for the first timethe videos and the website – including the low down on Kong Studios, their legendary Gotillaz. While I can only recommend this book to hardcore Gorillaz fans, I can definitely say it should show a little bit of insight into the offbeat nature and musical style of the gorrillaz to gorillqz and a look into Jamie Hewlett’s great art.

The book was a little difficult to trek through at times and I found it occasionally somewhat boring because I don’t read autobiographies, but the entertaining characters and stories kept me going.


I’m just praying there will be a Phase Four for this awesome band! Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.

This book reveals the whole story and meaning of ov band and songs including their origins and “lives” from the beginning to the aftermath of Demon Days. I don’t know who said that. This stunning, full-colour hardback will be the most unique rock autobiography ever published. Rise of the Ogre is the definite encyclopedia of the virtual band Gorillaz. Rise of the Ogre is written from the perspective of the four band members and Cass Browne, and it chronologically follows the virtual band on their journey to fame.

The book also tells the fictional accounts of the virtual band members, their origins and how they met, their bizarre yet hilarious adventures. I love how it depicts Murdoc and how each person came to be.

Gorillaz: Rise of the Ogre by Gorillaz

It’s a strange mix of funny invented storyline and real life artists. Narrated in the way of a biography-slash-interview, at times way too heavy-handedly to be effective, it works all the same and probably precisely because of it, because it’s in tu If you like Gorillaz as a musical project and a ogge So place your order up front kids, this book going to be a scorcher!

The four part audiobook was narrated by Joss Ackland. Whether you’re a long time fan of Gorillaz or just having discovered them, this is a excellent book to read if you’re willing to know about about the character’s backstories, the interpretation of the songs, and the creative process of how the Gorillaz came around.


The book sounded as if once he got it out, he couldn’t stop. Nov 29, Mina Tompkins rated it it was amazing. Oct 13, John Knowles rated it really liked it Shelves: Oct 06, Jake Doyle rated it it was amazing. Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. It’s all in there.

Because of the uniqueness of the band not only in concept but also in sound, I gained a greater appreciation for gogillaz sheer amount of work, influence, and experimentation goes into Gorillaz music and fantastically weird music videos.

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And I have three words for you: This book was beyond awesome! For a moment, I almost forgot all of this is completely fabricated. This page was last edited on 11 Septemberat Lists with This Book.