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Gorillaz Release 'Phoner to Arizona' Music Video

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Gorillas have just dropped a music video for their new song "Phoner to Arizona," according to NME.

Phoner to Arizona" is the first track on Gorillaz' new iPad album The Fall, which they wrote while on the road during their North American fall tour this year.

The Fall will be released as a free download today, Christmas Day, for the band's fan club members. The full album will be available for streaming on the band's website. A physical release is expected to be out in 2011.

While you're waiting for Christmas, check out the "Phoner to Arizona" music video.



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