It was produced by hip hop producer Dan the Automator and originally featured UK rap group Phi Life Cypher, but the version that appears on the album features American rapper Del the Funky Homosapien, The Phi Life Cypher version of "Clint Eastwood" appears on the B-side album G Sides.
Four members, 2D, Murdoc, Noodle, and Russel were sitting in a widen open circle playing truth or dare for the whole night backstage.
But neither of the members wanted to go to bed for the big day. 2D didn't answer until he received another hit on the head.
Even worse, maybe replace him with another vocalist. Not many of the fans supports 2D and Noodle as a love team. The bottle continued spinning till it stopped, pointing it to Noodle.
Now spin the God damn bottle." He grabbed the bottle off Murdoc's loose hands and spun it. He does know the secret, and he wanted to spread it out. He feared Jamie would've probably disagreed with it. If the shipping came true, it'll be a total blowout for the fans.
So we got this idea for a cartoon band, something that would be a comment on that." which was later released as a B-side on their single "Rock the House" and the B-side compilation G Sides.
The musicians behind Gorillaz' first incarnation included Albarn, Del the Funky Homosapien, Dan the Automator and Kid Koala, who had previously worked together on the track "Time Keeps on Slipping" for Deltron 3030's eponymous debut album.
In reality, Albarn is the only permanent musical contributor, and the music is often a collaboration between various musicians.
Writers and critics have described their music as alternative rock, The band's third studio album, Plastic Beach, was released in March 2010.
Murdoc took his dirty green hands on the empty beer bottle and spun it gracefully. He hated having his dares and questions from Murdoc. " Murdoc grabbed the bottle and hit it hard on 2D's head. If I chose dare, that bloke would've fuckin' embarrass me.
The anxiety was upon the three members staring at the bottle, finger crossing that it won't point at them.
The interview was published in Deadline magazine, home of Hewlett's comic strip, Tank Girl.