The song was also featured as a US-exclusive bonus track of the bands debut album.
Performed by: Gorillaz
Additonal infomation: contains extracts from "Mannish Boy" written by Morganfield / McDaniel / London contains elements from 'I'm A Man' performed by Muddy Waters Produced by Dan the Automator and Gorillaz
Co-produced by Tom Girling and Jason Cox
Engineered by Tom Girling and Jason Cox
Pro-Tools by Tom Girling
Feel the impact!
(Katei de mainichi gakushû-yô no rekôdo wo kikasete ongaku-teki-sensu wo sodateru.
Sore ni yotte, jôtatsu mo hayai.)
The most important thing is listening to the recording of the music, it makes them get an...um...musical sense and gets to the point of the...fast progress
(Tonarizêsyon wo mainichi ressun shidô shite, oto wo rippa ni sodateru.)
And also...every day, every lesson, we have to make sure they learn about tonalization.
- The beat and guitar were sampled from "Mannish Boy" by Muddy Waters
- The violin instrumental featured in the song is from "Long, Long Ago", written in 1833 by English composer Thomas Haynes Bayly.
- In the clean version of the track, the bong sounds were cut.
- A rare, but official, promo CD of un-mastered tracks intended for the Gorillaz album contains the full, un-faded version of "Left Hand Suzuki Method" running 5:15.