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Forget CDs, this is how Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett’s bloodless multimedia project was always meant to be experienced: as a fancy interactive DVD stuffed with videos, storyboards, short animations, a documentary and plenty of hidden gimmicks that only resourceful 11-year-olds can locate. Extensive foraging suggests, however, that Albarn’s soul is still nowhere to be found.

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