Last month, Gnarls Barkley released an EP celebrating “Who’s Gonna Save My Soul,” one of the most striking and soulful tunes song from their last LP "The Odd Couple." The EP release includes four different versions of “Who’s Gonna Save My Soul," including the original demo recording, the album version, an instrumental version, and the stripped-down live version from the band’s MTV 52 Bands appearance. The EP also features the new song “Mystery Man" and a live version of "Neighbors" recorded at the famous 40 Watt Club in Athens, GA.
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“The first time you hear ‘Who’s Gonna Save My Soul’,” said a spokesperson for the band in a press release, “it alters your chemistry. It’s a vulnerable song for tough times. So far, it’s been a cult hit. When people hear it, and they’ve got some grief in their lives, they adore it.” The song’s official video, from acclaimed director Chris Milk, has drawn controversy for its dark humor and violent imagery. I just think it is pretty smart and clever.
(Gnarls Barkley contest is closed.)