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Burton's next big project was a team-up with Music/CeeLoGreen, a group named Music/GnarlsBarkley. The two produced their first album, ''St. Elsewhere'', in 2006. It included the single "Crazy", which hit #1 in the UK charts and #2 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100. The group followed this up with the 2008 album ''The Odd Couple''.

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Burton's next big project was a team-up with Music/CeeLoGreen, a group named Music/GnarlsBarkley.Gnarls Barkley. The two produced their first album, ''St. Elsewhere'', in 2006. It included the single "Crazy", which hit #1 in the UK charts and #2 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100. The group followed this up with the 2008 album ''The Odd Couple''.


''Brian Burton''', better known by his stage name "'''Danger Mouse'''" (taken directly from the [[WesternAnimation/DangerMouse show of the same name]]), a record producer (for lack of a better job title) responsible for some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the past few years. His work seems to slide between hip-hop and alternative, but has included pop and electronic rock.

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''Brian Burton''', Brian Burton, better known by his stage name "'''Danger Mouse'''" "Danger Mouse" (taken directly from the [[WesternAnimation/DangerMouse show of the same name]]), a record producer (for lack of a better job title) responsible for some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the past few years. His work seems to slide between hip-hop and alternative, but has included pop and electronic rock.


'''Brian Burton''', better known by his stage name "'''Danger Mouse'''" (taken directly from the [[WesternAnimation/DangerMouse show of the same name]]), a record producer (for lack of a better job title) responsible for some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the past few years. His work seems to slide between hip-hop and alternative, but has included pop and electronic rock.

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Burton''', better known by his stage name "'''Danger Mouse'''" (taken directly from the [[WesternAnimation/DangerMouse show of the same name]]), a record producer (for lack of a better job title) responsible for some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the past few years. His work seems to slide between hip-hop and alternative, but has included pop and electronic rock.


* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with Music/TheShins FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a UsefulNotes/GrammyAward, but lost to Music/TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''also produced''). A second album is in production.

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* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with Music/TheShins FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a UsefulNotes/GrammyAward, but lost to Music/TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''also produced''). A The band has since released an EP, ''Meyrin Fields'', in 2011, and a second album album, ''After the Disco'', in 2014. There is something of a NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly aspect to their sound (check out that EnnioMorriconePastiche in production."Mongrel Heart"), which overall is probably best categorised as AlternativeRock (with a bit of SpaceRock thrown in).


Danger Mouse's first big collaboration was with underground rapper MFDoom and Creator/AdultSwim to create ''The Mouse and the Mask'', a rap album featuring songs explicitly about shows in the Adult Swim lineup (including voices from many of the shows' casts).

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Danger Mouse's first big collaboration was with underground rapper MFDoom Music/MFDoom and Creator/AdultSwim to create ''The Mouse and the Mask'', a rap album featuring songs explicitly about shows in the Adult Swim lineup (including voices from many of the shows' casts).


* ''Dark Night of the Soul'' (2009) with Music/{{Sparklehorse}}, accompanied by a photo book created by [[{{DavidLynch}} David Lynch]]. Each song featured a different vocalist, with guest artists including [[{{The Strokes}} Julian Casablancas]] and [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]. The album received attention after its release became uncertain due to legal disputes and only the book was released, sold with a blank cd and the note "For legal Reasons, enclosed CD-R contains no music. [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil Use it as you will]]." The album was eventually officially released, but not until after the unrelated suicide of Sparklehorse's FaceOfTheBand Mark Linkous.

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* ''Dark Night of the Soul'' (2009) with Music/{{Sparklehorse}}, accompanied by a photo book created by [[{{DavidLynch}} David Lynch]]. Creator/DavidLynch. Each song featured a different vocalist, with guest artists including [[{{The Strokes}} [[Music/TheStrokes Julian Casablancas]] and [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]. The album received attention after its release became uncertain due to legal disputes and only the book was released, sold with a blank cd and the note "For legal Reasons, enclosed CD-R contains no music. [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil Use it as you will]]." The album was eventually officially released, but not until after the unrelated suicide of Sparklehorse's FaceOfTheBand Mark Linkous.


Burton is also a notable producer (having won the Grammy for Best Producer in 2010), and has produced such albums as Music/{{Gorillaz}}' big album ''Demon Days'' in 2005, {{Music/Beck}}'s album ''Modern Guilt'' in 2008, and Music/TheBlackKeys Grammy award-winning album ''Brothers'' in 2010, Music/{{U2}}'s ''Songs of Innocence'', and recently, the Music/RedHotChiliPeppers' ''The Getaway''.

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Burton is also a notable producer (having won the Grammy for Best Producer in 2010), and has produced such albums as Music/{{Gorillaz}}' big album ''Demon Days'' in 2005, {{Music/Beck}}'s album ''Modern Guilt'' in 2008, and Music/TheBlackKeys Grammy award-winning album ''Brothers'' in 2010, Music/{{U2}}'s ''Songs of Innocence'', Innocence'' in 2014, and recently, the Music/RedHotChiliPeppers' ''The Getaway''.Getaway'' in 2016.


Burton is also a notable producer (having won the Grammy for Best Producer in 2010), and has produced such albums as Music/{{Gorillaz}}' big album ''Demon Days'' in 2005, {{Music/Beck}}'s album ''Modern Guilt'' in 2008, and Music/TheBlackKeys Grammy award-winning album ''Brothers'' in 2010. He is slated to produce an album with {{U2}} sometime in the future.

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Burton is also a notable producer (having won the Grammy for Best Producer in 2010), and has produced such albums as Music/{{Gorillaz}}' big album ''Demon Days'' in 2005, {{Music/Beck}}'s album ''Modern Guilt'' in 2008, and Music/TheBlackKeys Grammy award-winning album ''Brothers'' in 2010. He is slated to produce an album with {{U2}} sometime in 2010, Music/{{U2}}'s ''Songs of Innocence'', and recently, the future.Music/RedHotChiliPeppers' ''The Getaway''.


* ''Dark Night of the Soul'' (2009) with {{Sparklehorse}}, accompanied by a photo book created by [[{{DavidLynch}} David Lynch]]. Each song featured a different vocalist, with guest artists including [[{{The Strokes}} Julian Casablancas]] and [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]. The album received attention after its release became uncertain due to legal disputes and only the book was released, sold with a blank cd and the note "For legal Reasons, enclosed CD-R contains no music. [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil Use it as you will]]." The album was eventually officially released, but not until after the unrelated suicide of Sparklehorse's FaceOfTheBand Mark Linkous.

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* ''Dark Night of the Soul'' (2009) with {{Sparklehorse}}, Music/{{Sparklehorse}}, accompanied by a photo book created by [[{{DavidLynch}} David Lynch]]. Each song featured a different vocalist, with guest artists including [[{{The Strokes}} Julian Casablancas]] and [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]. The album received attention after its release became uncertain due to legal disputes and only the book was released, sold with a blank cd and the note "For legal Reasons, enclosed CD-R contains no music. [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil Use it as you will]]." The album was eventually officially released, but not until after the unrelated suicide of Sparklehorse's FaceOfTheBand Mark Linkous.


* ''Dark Night of the Soul'' (2009) with {{Sparklehorse}}, accompanied by a photo book created by [[{{DavidLynch}} David Lynch]]. Each song featured a different vocalist, with guest artists including [[{{The Strokes}} Julian Casablancas]] and [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]. The album received attention after its release became uncertain due to legal disputes and only the book was released, sold with a blank cd and the note "For legal Reasons, enclosed CD-R contains no music. [[{{DigitalPiracyIsEvil}} Use it as]] [[{{CrowningMomentOfFunny}} you will.]]" The album was eventually officially released, but not until after the unrelated suicide of Sparklehorse's FaceOfTheBand Mark Linkous.
* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with Music/TheShins FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a UsefulNotes/GrammyAward, but lost to Music/TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''[[{{CrowningMomentOfAwesome}} also produced]]''). A second album is in production.

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* ''Dark Night of the Soul'' (2009) with {{Sparklehorse}}, accompanied by a photo book created by [[{{DavidLynch}} David Lynch]]. Each song featured a different vocalist, with guest artists including [[{{The Strokes}} Julian Casablancas]] and [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]. The album received attention after its release became uncertain due to legal disputes and only the book was released, sold with a blank cd and the note "For legal Reasons, enclosed CD-R contains no music. [[{{DigitalPiracyIsEvil}} [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil Use it as]] [[{{CrowningMomentOfFunny}} as you will.]]" will]]." The album was eventually officially released, but not until after the unrelated suicide of Sparklehorse's FaceOfTheBand Mark Linkous.
* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with Music/TheShins FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a UsefulNotes/GrammyAward, but lost to Music/TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''[[{{CrowningMomentOfAwesome}} also produced]]'').''also produced''). A second album is in production.


* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with {{The Shins}} FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a UsefulNotes/GrammyAward, but lost to TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''[[{{CrowningMomentOfAwesome}} also produced]]''). A second album is in production.
* ''Rome'', (2011) co-written with Italian composer Daniele Luppi (who wrote the orchestral parts of ''Broken Bells''), this album is directly inspired by the works of Music/EnnioMorricone and features [[{{TheWhiteStripes}} Jack White]] and [[{{NorahJones}} Norah Jones]] on vocals.

Burton is also a notable producer (having won the Grammy for Best Producer in 2010), and has produced such albums as Music/{{Gorillaz}}' big album ''Demon Days'' in 2005, {{Music/Beck}}'s album ''Modern Guilt'' in 2008, and [[{{TheBlackKeys}} The Black Keys]] Grammy award-winning album ''Brothers'' in 2010. He is slated to produce an album with {{U2}} sometime in the future.

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* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with {{The Shins}} Music/TheShins FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a UsefulNotes/GrammyAward, but lost to TheBlackKeys' Music/TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''[[{{CrowningMomentOfAwesome}} also produced]]''). A second album is in production.
* ''Rome'', (2011) co-written with Italian composer Daniele Luppi (who wrote the orchestral parts of ''Broken Bells''), this album is directly inspired by the works of Music/EnnioMorricone and features [[{{TheWhiteStripes}} [[Music/TheWhiteStripes Jack White]] and [[{{NorahJones}} Norah Jones]] Music/NorahJones on vocals.

Burton is also a notable producer (having won the Grammy for Best Producer in 2010), and has produced such albums as Music/{{Gorillaz}}' big album ''Demon Days'' in 2005, {{Music/Beck}}'s album ''Modern Guilt'' in 2008, and [[{{TheBlackKeys}} The Black Keys]] Music/TheBlackKeys Grammy award-winning album ''Brothers'' in 2010. He is slated to produce an album with {{U2}} sometime in the future.


* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with {{The Shins}} FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a GrammyAward, but lost to TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''[[{{CrowningMomentOfAwesome}} also produced]]''). A second album is in production.

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* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with {{The Shins}} FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a GrammyAward, UsefulNotes/GrammyAward, but lost to TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''[[{{CrowningMomentOfAwesome}} also produced]]''). A second album is in production.


* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with {{The Shins}} FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a GrammyAward, but lost to TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''[[{{CrowningMomentOfAwesome}} also produced]]''). A second album is in production.

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* ''Broken Bells'', (2010) a collaboration with {{The Shins}} FaceOfTheBand James Mercer. In addition to its amazing music, the album is notable for a music video featuring Creator/{{Christina Hendricks}} [[{{ShoutOut}} in]] [[{{Firefly}} [[{{Series/Firefly}} space]]. Was nominated for a GrammyAward, but lost to TheBlackKeys' album ''Brothers'' (which Danger Mouse ''[[{{CrowningMomentOfAwesome}} also produced]]''). A second album is in production.


Brian Burton, better known by his stage name "Danger Mouse" (taken directly from the [[WesternAnimation/DangerMouse show of the same name]]), a record producer (for lack of a better job title) responsible for some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the past few years. His work seems to slide between hip-hop and alternative, but has included pop and electronic rock.

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Brian Burton, '''Brian Burton''', better known by his stage name "Danger Mouse" "'''Danger Mouse'''" (taken directly from the [[WesternAnimation/DangerMouse show of the same name]]), a record producer (for lack of a better job title) responsible for some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the past few years. His work seems to slide between hip-hop and alternative, but has included pop and electronic rock.



Burton's next big project was a team-up with [[{{Music/CeeLoGreen}} Cee Lo Green]], a group named GnarlsBarkley. The two produced their first album, ''St. Elsewhere'', in 2006. It included the single ''Crazy'', which hit #1 in the UK charts and #2 on the Billboard Top 100. The group followed this up with the 2008 album ''The Odd Couple''.

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Burton's next big project was a team-up with [[{{Music/CeeLoGreen}} Cee Lo Green]], Music/CeeLoGreen, a group named GnarlsBarkley.Music/GnarlsBarkley. The two produced their first album, ''St. Elsewhere'', in 2006. It included the single ''Crazy'', "Crazy", which hit #1 in the UK charts and #2 on the Billboard Top ''Billboard'' Hot 100. The group followed this up with the 2008 album ''The Odd Couple''.


Known primarily for his collaborations, he rarely produces works on his own. He first found fame in 2004 with a mash-up of {{Jay-Z}}'s ''The Black Album'' with Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/TheWhiteAlbum'', creatively titled ''The Grey Album''.

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Known primarily for his collaborations, he rarely produces works on his own. He first found fame in 2004 with a mash-up of {{Jay-Z}}'s Music/JayZ's ''The Black Album'' with Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/TheWhiteAlbum'', creatively titled ''The Grey Album''.

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