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Danger Mouse

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Little Girl (feat. Julian Casablancas) Danger Mouse, Sparklehorse, Julian Casablancas 04:32
Black (feat. Norah Jones) Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi, Norah Jones 03:31
Revenge (feat. The Flaming Lips) Danger Mouse, Sparklehorse, The Flaming Lips 04:54
Two Against One (feat. Jack White) Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi, Jack White 02:20
Turn the Light Karen O, Danger Mouse 03:19
Sofa King DangerDoom, MF DOOM, Danger Mouse 02:57
Belize (feat. MF DOOM) Danger Mouse, Black Thought, MF DOOM 03:54
Drown Karen O, Danger Mouse 03:26
Benzi Box DangerDoom, MF DOOM, Danger Mouse, CeeLo Green 03:00
The Mask DangerDoom, MF DOOM, Danger Mouse, Ghostface Killah 03:12

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Taking his moniker from the classic 1980s cartoon, Brian Burton (July 29, 1977), aka Danger Mouse, moved from New York to London and became active on the dance scene, collaborating with rapper Jemini on the album Ghetto Pop Life in 2003. Mixing Jay-Z's Black Album with The Beatles' White Album, he created the pioneering mash-up record The Grey Album (2004), and despite not being available for official release due to copyright issues, it became a legendary landmark. Recruited by Damon Albarn to produce the Gorillaz album Demon Days (2006), Danger Mouse earned a Grammy Award nomination and went on to work with Beck, The Black Keys, and The Good, The Bad, and the Queen. Uniting with Goodie Mob vocalist Cee-Lo Green, he formed Gnarls Barkley and shot to international fame with the UK Number 1 hit "Crazy" and the albums St. Elsewhere (2006) and The Odd Couple (2008). A collaboration with MF Doom as Danger Doom produced The Mouse and the Mask (2006) before he released the remix album From Man to Mouse in 2007. He was named by Esquire magazine as one of the 21st Century's 75 Most Influential People and Paste magazine called him the Producer of the Decade. In 2010, he produced U2's Songs of Innocence album and the following year he won a Grammy for Best Producer for his work on The Black Keys' Brothers and Sparklehorse's Dark Night of the Soul. He produced Norah Jones' Little Broken Hearts in 2012 and co-wrote "Keep It for Your Own" by Pop Etc. He launched his own label, 30th Century Records, in 2015, and revealed that he was to produce, co-write and perform on the Red Hot Chili Peppers' eleventh album The Getaway. He won another Grammy as Producer of the Year for Adele's 25 in 2017 and collaborated with Run the Jewels and Big Boi for the song "Chase Me," which appeared on the soundtrack to the 2017 film Baby Driver. In 2019 he joined up with Karen O for the collaborative album Lux Prima, entering the UK Albums Chart at number 35. Released in 2022, Cheat Codes, his joint LP with American rapper Black Thought, was his first hip-hop album since 2005's The Mouse and the Mask and reached Number 43 in the US and Number 1 on the UK R&B Albums Chart.