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Gnarls Barkley

  1. covers
    Kacey Musgraves Covered Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Crazy’Who do you, who do you, who do you think you are?
  2. clickables
    Listen to A$AP Rocky Cover Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Who’s Gonna Save My Soul’On BBC Radio 1xtra’s Live Lounge.
  3. norah jones
    Hear Norah Jones’ Collaboration With Danger Mouse, ‘Happy Pills’Gnarls Barkley found its third member, and we’re on board.
  4. right-click
    Georgia’s Proud of You, Too, Cee-Lo GreenShout it out now: Geooooorgiiaaaaa!!!!
  5. right-click
    Jay-Z Mourns the McCain CampaignPlus: Architecture in Helsinki! Gnarls Barkley! Smashing Pumpkins!
  6. right-click
    Grizzly Bear Really Excited About Forthcoming AlbumPlus: DMX records a song in between arrests!
  7. right-click
    New Conor Oberst Track Overcomes Awful PunPlus: New music from Clipse and Liz Phair!
  8. right-click
    Lily Allen Expresses Profound Disappointment in SelfPlus: New music from Feist and the Roots!
  9. last night's gig
    Gnarls Barkley Play That Song, Plus Several OthersAs expected, last night’s Gnarls show at the Highline Ballroom included a performance of their hit single, plus silly outfits.
  10. apropos of nothing
    Gnarls Barkley Narrowly Edge Out the Raconteurs in Album-Release RaceGnarls’ album is already No. 2 on iTunes!
  11. the early-evening news
    Negligent Mother to Meet ‘Your Mother’Plus: Gnarls Barkley!
  12. right-click
    Gnarls Barkley Showing Signs of ImprovementPlus: Annie!
  13. leak of the week
    New Gnarls Barkley Album Leaks; MP3 Blogs Brace for Impact!It’s great!
  14. right-click
    The New Gnarls Barkley Song Is Too SlowPlus: Lupe Fiasco!
  15. apropos of nothing
    Gnarls Barkley’s Latest Song Is Way Too FastLast night, “Run,” the purported first single from Gnarls Barkley’s upcoming second album hit the blogosphere and, like the fans that we are (of Gnarls Barkley and casual music piracy), we downloaded it.
  16. the industry
    Marion Cotillard Gets a Date With Johnny DeppPlus industry news on Beyoncé, Robert Redford, and Gnarls Barkley.