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2008-07-24 09:00:48

Image Metrics, the leading provider of facial animation solutions to the entertainment industry, has projected life onto a photo-real CG heart that sings about its loss of love in Gnarls Barkley's latest video, "Who's Gonna Save My Soul," from the recently released album, The Odd Couple. Radical Media, producers of the video, turned to Image Metrics because its unique facial animation solution was the only one able to exactly capture lead singer Cee-Lo's lips for translation onto the digital...

2008-07-23 21:00:30

When director Chris Milk of @radical.media needed to create a walking, singing, photo-real human heart he turned to Gradient Effects for its design and animation. The video, featuring Saturday Night Live's Jorma Taconne in a heart-wrenching performance as a jilted lover opposite Aasha Davis, was lensed on location in a Santa Monica diner with additional motion-capture provided by the Institute for Creative Technologies Graphics Lab, (ICT). Thomas Tannenberger and Olcun Tan, founders of...

2008-06-16 09:00:44

By NICK HASTED Pop GNARLS BARKLEY 229 LONDON *** It's hard to think of a more deceptive novelty hit than "Crazy", or one that hid so much in plain sight. Exuberantly propulsive and unshakably catchy, its singer, you eventually realised, really did doubt his own sanity. Gnarls Barkley remained anonymous as the single topped the UK charts on downloads alone. But when the curtain was pulled back, Cee-Lo Green stepped forward, an outsized Southern soul singer with a penchant for dressing...

2006-08-03 07:35:38

NEW YORK (Billboard) - Not that they're complaining, but the worldwide success of Gnarls Barkley's hit single "Crazy" and debut album "St. Elsewhere" is forcing the two principals of the soulful collective to alter their schedules. "A lot of things have been pushed on the back burner by the success of Gnarls -- which is a good thing," said rapper Cee-Lo Green, who heads the combo with producer Danger Mouse. "It's bittersweet, a double-edged sword. We didn't plan on touring for ('St....

2006-04-30 21:57:07

By Jonathan Cohen NEW YORK (Billboard) - Musicians often joke that the songs they spend the least amount of time on are the ones that become the biggest hits. But in the case of R&B/hip-hop duo Gnarls Barkley, a collaboration between producer Danger Mouse and rapper Cee-Lo, that's exactly what happened with "Crazy," the soul-kissed first single from their upcoming debut, "St. Elsewhere." The track already has spent four weeks at No. 1 on the U.K. singles chart, where earlier in...


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  • To talk saucily.
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