This CD cover image released by Warner Bros. Records shows "Everyday Robots," by Damon Albarn. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Records)
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Damon Albarn, "Everyday Robots" (Warner Bros).Twenty years after he became a Brit-pop poster boy as lead singer of Blur, Damon Albarn has released his first solo album.He's been busy in the meantime, fronting cartoon hip-hop band Gorillaz, forming the supergroup The Good, the Bad and the Queen and even writing a couple of operas. Lyrically, Albarn explores the tension between isolation and connection in the digital age, and the feelings of guilt and absolution that come with aging.
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