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"911"
Single by Gorillaz and D12 featuring Terry Hall
Released November 2001 (download)
7 December 2001 (12" promo)
Format CD
Recorded September 2001
Genre Hip hop
Length 5:48
Label Parlophone
Producer Damon Albarn
Gorillaz singles chronology
"Rock the House"
(2001)
"911"
(2001)
"Tomorrow Comes Today"
(2002)
D12 singles chronology
"Fight Music"
(2001)
"911"
(2001)
"My Band"
(2004)
Terry Hall singles chronology
"I Saw the Light"
(1997)
"911"
(2001)
"Problem Is"
(2003)

"911" is a 2001 single by Gorillaz and D12 (excluding Eminem) featuring Terry Hall. It is a narrative in relation to the events of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The song was also featured on the soundtrack for 2002's Bad Company. The song was released as a free download on both the Gorillaz' and D12's websites.[1]

Music video

After the release of the single, Gorillaz and D12 soon released a video also available for download.[1] The video shows mostly flames/fire in the background, and showing various used clips from other videos such as "Clint Eastwood" and "19-2000".

References

  1. ^ a b Brown, Cass; Gorillaz (2006-11-02). Rise of the Ogre. United States: Penguin. p. 100. ISBN 1-59448-931-9.  

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"911"
Single by Gorillaz featuring D12 & Terry Hall
Released December 7, 2001
Format CD
Recorded 2001
Genre Rap
Length 5:48
Label Hollywood Records
Producer Gorillaz, D12 and Terry Hall
Gorillaz singles chronology

"Rock the House"
(2001)
"911"
(2001)
"Tomorrow Comes Today"
(2002)

"911" is a 2001 free download single by Gorillaz and D12 featuring Terry Hall, on the Gorillaz website. [1] It is a tribute to the events of the September 11 attacks. The download on the Gorillaz website has since been removed. The song was also featured on the soundtrack for 2002's Bad Company.

Music video

After the release of the single, Gorillaz and D12 soon released a video also available for download. The video shows mostly flames/fire in the background, and showing various used clips from other videos such as "Clint Eastwood" and "19-2000". The animation for D12 was very different, as it seemed that D12 looked more realistic than the Gorillaz.

Track listings

UK Promo Single
  1. "911" - 5:48
  2. "911" (Instrumental) - 5:48

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