Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn announced today, via an interview with NME, that the group recorded nearly 80 songs during the production of the group’s most recent album, Plastic Beach. Due to the high volume of extra tracks, Albarn said that the group may eventually issue two sequels to Plastic Beach.
“I recorded an awful lot of music for this record, about 80 pieces of music in total. So, theoretically there is a part two and part three of Plastic Beach if we ever felt motivated to spend another few years finishing it,” said Albarn in his interview with NME.
According to Consequence of Sound, the two as-yet-unfinished albums could contain collaborations with artists such as Mos Def and De La Soul.