Gnarls Barkley
St. Elsewhere
Few could escape the charms of Gnarls Barkley this year after the release of “Crazy,” easily the crossover single of the year. The following LP, St. Elsewhere, had it all—the talented soul vocals of Goodie Mob veteran Cee Lo, the indie cred of über-DJ/producer Danger Mouse and trippy videos. Soon, people with a sense of rhythm found themselves nodding their heads to the album about going mental.
Johnston Farrow
categories: Best of the year (2006)

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