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Gnarls Barkley didn't bring producer Danger Mouse to the top of the British charts for the first time, but it did mark his debut as the pilot of a hit record. Mouse first gained the ears of discriminating listeners with The Grey Album, a bootleg that mashed Jay-Z with the Beatles. Damon Albarn subsequently hired him for Gorillaz' Demon Days. One year later, Danger Mouse returned with Gnarls Barkley, a collaboration with Goodie Mob's Cee-Lo Green. Their "Crazy" became the first single vaulted to the top of the British charts by digital distribution, and the resulting album, St. Elsewhere, peaked at number one. An American release followed two weeks later. ~ John Bush
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