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Growing up in the poor side of Central California, where kids are out in the noisy streets til the sun is down. Where two sweaters, are turned to goal posts, and the street is turned to a raging soccer field. In a close community where the streets are the say, and our life is the game, come two brothers, Pumba and Big P that have lived, been, and seen the true meaning of poverty in the eyes of the man selling oranges by the shallow Pajaro bridge, in the resemblance of the poor man, with a face covered in mange, who begs for your change outside of 7-11, and themselves, posted up in busy street corners, shaking hands, giving smiles, passing out love with every cd given away, hoping to bring home a decent meal. Untamed Gorillaz makes inspiring music that represents independence on a rhythm, the lifestyle of living untamed, free from social ideologies, and the mental prisons which enslave the average man. It is much more than just a rhythm that thunders your trunk, it is music that tells our story, music that reflects how we have learned to perceive the life we live via the social-conditions we have had no choice but to grow up with.